Tina Tumbles

Tina Tumbles After watching gymnasts flip across the T V screen Tina wants to do nothing but gymnastics at all hours of the day But Tina learns that even a cartwheel is not as easy as it looks She just can t land

  • Title: Tina Tumbles
  • Author: Danielle Soucy Mills
  • ISBN: 9780991533817
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After watching gymnasts flip across the T.V screen, Tina wants to do nothing but gymnastics at all hours of the day But Tina learns that even a cartwheel is not as easy as it looks She just can t land on her feet Now it s time for her first gymnastics lesson Will Tina gain the confidence she needs to complete the skill without falling

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    1. Vivid colors, lovely illustrations, and a very fun story created the perfect children's book. I read this with the six year old and she and I loved the story. It was lively and easy for her to engage with. At 35 pages, it was long enough to enjoy and short enough to read at one sitting. We both loved this book.

    2. Kennedie's Seal of ApprovalRead today with 4 year old Kennedie while it was dreary and rainy outside. Her attention was captured the entire book and she was super excited (but not wound up) by the end (which makes Grandma real happy).

    3. “Tina Tumbles” by Danielle Soucy Mills is a wonderful children’s book aimed at children who have a lot of energy and need to direct it into right things. A little girl Tina has so much energy that doesn’t want to sleep when it’s bed time. Instead, she watches TV with gymnastics program. After seeing different gymnastic elements, she tries gymnastics right on the coach and her bed. Her first trial is not successful. Seeing this, her mother takes her to a gymnastic coach and Tina gradual [...]

    4. My daughters (ages 4 and 6) loved this book. Tina Tumbles is the story of a young girl who is inspired to do gymnastics after seeing gymnasts perform on television. When she begins to do rolls and somersaults on the furniture, her mother signs her up for a class. Tina soon learns that gymnastics isn't as easy as it looks, but with a little practice and a lot of hard work, she learns how to flip and tumble safely. It's a great read for any kid who enjoys adventure and likes to dream big.

    5. The story was good educating people about gymnastics but a lot of the pages were difficult to read as the words in the sentences went up and down often running into each other (which is what Tina was doing before classes). A great introduction to gymnastics also a great chart of the various forms that gymnastics use!

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