Review: Rub-a-Dub-Dub, There’s a Monkey in Our Tub! (Kindle ebook)

Book: Rub-a-Dub-Dub, There’s a Monkey in Our Tub!

Author: Heather R. Wallace

Price: $3.99

Category: Children’s/Fiction

About Rub-a-Dub-Dub, There’s a Monkey in Our Tub!

When a monkey mysteriously appears in one family’s bath tub they aren’t quite sure how he got there or what he’ll do next. However, in this delightfully illustrated children’s book, one thing is certain; taking a bath is only the beginning of this monkey’s antics as he makes their house his home.

Our Thoughts on Rub-a-Dub-Dub, There’s a Monkey in Our Tub!

This is the first book the girls and I have read on our kindle. I was hesitant to review a children’s book on the kindle since they’d be missing out on the color illustrations. But that’s my bad, because both my 5 and 7 year old daughters were eager to read this book on the kindle.

My 5 year old really thought the story was cute. She started off sitting next to me, but quickly climbed into my lap and pressed the “turn page” button while I read. She said the monkey in the story was a funny guy.

My 7 year old, who came into the room after we’d already started reading the book, took the kindle from me so she could go back and re-read what she missed. I appreciated that the language in this book about the antics of a strange monkey in their house was simple enough for her to read it alone.

Overall, both my girls and I adored this cute book about a family finding a monkey in their bathtub, and just what this monkey does as he goes about his day. Your little ones will enjoy the monkey’s antics as well.

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About the Author of Rub-a-Dub-Dub, There’s a Monkey in Our Tub!, Heather R. Wallace

Heather Wallace began writing as a child and even had some of her early work published in national publications. As an adult, Heather’s work has appeared in national, regional, and online publications. Heather is also the author of several books that have been well-received by both critics and readers.

Disclosure: I received an ebook copy of the book to facilitate our review.

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  1. Nice review! I was curious about reading books to kids on the Kindle. What about pictures? I was thinking that the iPad or other color device might be better for picture books.

    • Thanks for the compliment.
      I can’t afford an ipad or a color ereader, but if you get the kindle app on your computer you can do it that way. I was surprised that the girls didn’t mention the black and white illustrations, but they didn’t. I hope to be able to get a kindle fire one day.

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