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Alexander Technique • Boston and Berkshires • Betsy Polatin - Betsy Polatin is a Professional Teacher of the Alexander Technique based in Boston, Massachusets and the Berkshires. She is currently accepting students for her private practice.

Country:, North America, US

City: -117.8612 California, United States

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  • R.A. - She did like the pictures

    It's a cute idea for helping young kids start to think about the idea of comparison and context, but I found that the four year old I was reading this to didn't seem to understand what was being expressed *at all.* Even just a few more words of clarification early on in the text itself would've helped, I think. Of course we talked about each picture, and about what the story was trying to tell us, but her usual mountain of questions and her own generally spot-on explanations of what she's hearing and seeing dwindled to nothing while we read this together. I've never seen her remain silent through an entire book. She just didn't seem to see or care about what was being addressed at all, so it was, for her, just a series of "no" statements.She did like the pictures.