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Scooby Doo! Mystery Time

Another one of Madison’s favorite books is Scooby Doo! Mystery Time is a book that teaches children to tell time and allows them to play sounds to go along with the story. Granted, the clock on the book isn’t Patek Philippe quality, but it does show kids how to tell time. You are able to move the hands and hit the time button. The book then tells you what time you have showing. There are also pictures throughout the story that correspond with buttons that make sounds below the clock. It makes the story much more interactive. On each page of the story, there is also a clock with what time the page is talking about. Madison loves it, because it is noisy. I love it, because it is teaching her things.

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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