How Do You Wokka-Wokka? - Children's Book Review - Get Your Kids Up And Moving!
Your Kids Will Love This Book!
"'We wookka-wokka like a party on the blocka! Shacka-racka daddly-acka, cotton-candy, snacka-snacka.'"
This is just one of the fun and silly phrases used in the children's book, How Do You Wokka-Wokka? - by Elizabeth Bluemle.
Using her then two year old nephew as a muse; Elizabeth Bluemle composed one of the silliest, laugh-out-loud, get-you-off-your-feet-and-dance book I have ever had the pleasure of reading.
Honestly, I wasn't quiet sure what to expect when my four year old picked out this book from our local library.
Boy was I in for a pleasant surprise.
As soon as we sat down to read, I was hooked! The words literally danced off the page.
With the use of simple and silly language, the wording had a unique sing-song quality about it that makes you want to get up and start moving.
As a matter of fact, my toddlers and I did just that. We literally danced along whilst the story was being read!
In addition to putting your kids in a silly mood, the book, How Do You Wokka-Wokka?, encourages the inner child of any adult to break loose and have fun.
So if you're looking for a fun, get-them-up-and-dance book for your 3 to 6 year old, this cute read should be right up your alley.
To borrow a phrase from the book - "Yeah, ya gotta wokka!"
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