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The Roper Twins: Bath-Time Battles with Nan E-book

4.9 average, based on 10 reviews

£6.99

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One-year- olds Courtney and Jade Roper are twins: like nearly all twins they are double the joy and double the trouble. Unlike some twins the Roper Twins love doing things together. They especially love Bath-Times where they have lots and lots of fun. However when one day Nan decides it’s time for a change Courtney and Jade, have other ideas. Join the Roper Twins as they go into battle with Nan in this delightful, engaging and funny look at parenting, everyday life and growing up.

ISBN:

978-1- 907978-14- 2

Product Code: 978-1-907978-14-2

Manufacturer: ETA Books

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Fun and Charming

This book is Cauline's first step into children's literature and I think she's done a good job in creating a short, simple book that can be read to your young child before bedtime. This book is aimed at 0-5-year-olds and is such a fun read! One-year- olds Courtney and Jade Roper are twins: like nearly all twins they are double the joy and double the trouble. Unlike some twins the Roper Twins love doing things together. They especially love Bath-Times where they have lots and lots of fun. However when one day Nan decides it’s time for a change Courtney and Jade, have other ideas. Join the Roper Twins as they go into battle with Nan in this delightful, engaging and funny look at parenting, everyday life and growing up. The first thing I noticed about this book is that it portrays black characters (the Nan, Dad and the twins.) I think it is so important for children at such a young age to witness different skin colours in a positive environment and also for representation! The Mother of the twins is white which also means that mixed-race relationships are positive and being a biracial child DOESN'T make you an outcast. This book doesn't scream amazing to me, though. It's very repetitive and I can imagine a child getting slightly bored of the same words towards the end. Repetition at the beginning of a book is always good because the child can get to grips with the story, but when it is all the way through, it can make it boring to read for both child and adult. Moaning aside, I thought the book was a brilliant concept as it portrays the twins in an everyday situation: bath time and I know that this is a situation that not all children love, so young children can also relate to the twins on this level. The design of the book is also very eye-catching and the illustrations are amazing; so these will also keep your child intrigued as they have a lot to look at whilst listening to you read to them! This was such a fun book to read and even though it got slightly repetitive towards the end, I think this will be a good book to read to your youngsters before bedtime! Released June 2017 Available to pre-order from March 2017

Kirsty Hanson :: 05 Feb 2017, 19:33

A great read for little ones (and adults too!)

Anyone who has ever had to bathe a toddler who didn't want to be bathed will relate to this funny tale inspired by the antics of the authors Cauline Thomas twin granddaughters. You won't regret picking up a copy of this book, it's a great read for the little ones (and adults too!)

Paulette :: 26 Jan 2017, 04:15

What A Wonderful Book!

What a wonderful little book! I really enjoyed reading all about the Roper Twins and their bath time battles with Nan! I think that the book is very relatable - anyone with a toddler will be able to identify with the antics of the twins as they go about their routines in not quite the way Nan intends for them. It also shows the way they adjust to something new and go from fighting against it, to discovering how to enjoy the new "place" they are in. Nan also has to try and work out what is best for the twins and finally makes that step that she is cautious about, considering their Dad did not enjoy his big baths. Nan takes the plunge (no pun intended) and puts the twins in the big bath which even though they resist at first, thye soon discover all the fun and mischief they can get up to! Being the mother of a very active, now 5 year old I can fully appreciate Nan and her fun and games with the twins! As I looked back on the growth of my own daughter I was encouraged by reading the book, and Kayla enjoyed it too! Looking forward to the release of this relatable and enjoyable book! I give this book a rating of 5 out of 5 stars!

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Great Book...

I have read an Advanced Reading Copy of this book. I find it very refreshing and inspiring. It brought back such beautiful memories of my kids. Very relative and mind soothing. I can't wait for it to be published, so that I'll have the opportunity to read it to my grandchildren. I rate this book with 5 stars.

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This book is hilarious

As a parent of twins, this was an accurate and hilarious read.My daughters in particular were far more advanced that most children at that age,you could say my daughters are the Roper Twins.I cant wait for the next instalment. For learning children this is a must read (unless your child is Dexter i dont expect them to read it themselves lol) and a great gift for younger family members.

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