Review: Button Nose written by Gina LoBiondo is about a cute teddy bear who starts out sad until he finds a home with a little girl where he is happy. I loved how cute the story was and I was glad when the bear was finally happy again! Personally I loved this book and I rate it 5 stars! The illustrations are nicely drawn too.
Review: "Pegasus A Dragon's Tale" is a cute little story about a brother and sister who come across a special egg and what happens once it hatches. The names of the characters were creatively written, giving off a feeling of royalty to them. It was a well-written tale with a happy ending that everyone will enjoy.
Review: In this book written by Joanne Lecuyer, Juliane, a young witch meets a traveler with dark intentions who needs to be escorted into the forest. An evil spell is unleashed it needs to be stopped. This book was wonderful, teaching children that power isn't everything, but friendship and love is. This book teaches you to get over your fears, to love and respect others, and be grateful. I liked how this book had Dutch and German words in it for children to learn.
Review: Pat Frayne is the author of Topaz and the Evil Wizard. The story starts in Knownotten Kingdom where a young fairy girl named Orange Blossom can't find her brother. Topaz, a Yellow Conjure Cat, steps in and finds her brother but when he does things take a turn and other events happen... I loved how this book was suspenseful, I couldn't wait to find out what would happen next. I found the story very interesting as the story said more about Topaz.
Erika-Elizabeth's Review: The Sword of Demelza is a very suspenseful book written by J.E. Rogers. The book is about a few things, starting off with the prologue where you learn a bit about Devon, a fox who lives at the Acadia Abbey with with the monks there.
The book introduces you to many other characters all of whom play an important role in the story. Each of these begin with their own quest and eventually meet each other. They soon learn that they must work together and help each other out. I found each of the characters to be pretty smart and courageous. I think they teach the reader about working together and that there are hard choices in life which we must all try to do our best to choose the right one. There are many morals in this book and that is wonderful! I really liked the story!
Be sure to check out her website with the kids because it's full of unusual animals to learn about!
Review: Ann Morris does a wonderful job with this delightful tale called, "Surprise in Auntie's Garden." The story is about an aunt and her niece who learn and see many wonderful things in the garden. The story is very informative which teaches children some interesting things about what you can find in the garden. The illustrations were wonderfully done! The pages are very colorful and detailed for parent and child to enjoy.
Just a note of interest: This book has also been printed in Spanish.
Erika-Elizabeth's Review: J.D. Means takes you on a great and exciting adventure full of suspense in his book, “Millie and Honey - The Blue Angel Planet (Volume 3).” The book is about two characters named Millie and Honey who find out something is wrong on the Blue Angel Planet. They go to the planet to find out and help them to solve these problems. This reader liked how you could hear and understand Honey and the other dogs even though they were animals. The story contained much mystery which keeps you wanting more and I found Honey to be my favourite character. This story had beautiful illustrations and will keep the reader entertained. I can't wait for the next book!
Review: “The Adventures of Cefa the Cat: Cefa Finds a Home” is a wonderful tale about a cat named Cefa who gets adopted from the animal shelter. Cefa is a cute little cat who likes many new things but also gets scared of some too just like a real cat. Children will not only learn a moral in this story and a Russian word but will also learn more about cats. This delightful tale teaches a little on cat behaviour and things to watch out for when you take a cat outside. I would recommend this book to any young reader with a cat or one who is about to get one. You can also find this book in Spanish and in Kindle (both in English and Spanish). The link below will take you directly to the English book version on Amazon.
Erika-Elizabeth's Review: “The Witch, the Cat and the Egg” is a creatively written book about a witch who is asked to do something by a dragon. The main character, Juliane, the witch is a good role model for children because she is kind and loves helping others. The potions and spells she knew were creatively thought up as well as the names of the forest creatures by the author. I liked how the characters helped each other, showing that they were great friends and it made a good lesson in friendship. The illustrations that were in the book were good and my favourite character was Magicus her cat because I love cats and thought he was smart.
Kimberly Link, author of many waterfowl books donates a portion of all proceeds to Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary. The sanctuary takes in unwanted and dumped pet ducks and re-homes them. Two of the sanctuary's ducks will be featured in Freckles the Bunny Series Book # 5: Freckles and the Cost of Popularity. I have yet to have the opportunity to read these, however I can tell you that they are on my must read yet book list! Make sure if you are picking up any books that you take a look at AmazonSmile where they donate money to your favorite rescue and remember Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary who is also on there! These two and her other books are available in paperback.
Disclaimer: These books have not been read yet for a proper and accurate review. We are listing these books to help Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary and we do not review pet books if you are an author with one. Very sorry but we just don't have the time nor are we qualified. Thank you!
We do not review anything but children's books but did this one because it is to help a rescue we support.
Erika-Elizabeth's Review: Andi the Bee Ants in the Bee Hive is about a disabled bee that can't fly. The queen bee sends Andi on a mission that no one believes she can finish. Andi is successful by showing that a disability can't stop you from your goals as long as you believe in yourself. Sometimes a friend along the way helps make a difference as well. The story also shows that if you work together, you can accomplish anything. This was a great story and will teach children some great morals!
Erika-Elizabeth's Review: G. Guff's Granpa Guff, the Accidental Astronaut leave the reader in suspense right from the start of the book. The story is about how Grandpa Guff accidentally ends up on a trip to Mars. He has some troubles along the way when he meets some hairy spiders who were Mexican Barking Spiders. The illustrations were good and many were quite humorous while depicting gross and funny parts of the book. As a nine year old girl, I think all children will like this book. The story has a mysterious air to it as Granpa Guff has you believing his story may be real. The book was very descriptive and well-written and I loved how imaginative the names of the cities were. I think the book is a great read for children and is quite funny.
Our Review: The book is about a little boy named Timmy and his pet and best friend Joe. Joe is incredibly cute in his outdoor clothing. Timmy does what too few people do. He looks around and appreciates all the beauty in the world that God has created. As Timmy enjoys the beauty of an osprey flying above and Joe is hiding because he doesn't want to be eaten (he is a lizard after all), it poops on Timmy's head. The story is humorous as the tale continues with Timmy having questions about God and why things happen. While the story is something most people would go through, questioning God, it was hard to not laugh throughout the story. The illustrations were well drawn and made the story even more funny. Our family had a fire and my daughter was left with some of the same questions as Timmy. I think this book helped her understand a bit better too.
Our Review: “Butterfly Girls” written by Beryl Reichenberg is a lovely story about two girls and a butterfly that teaches a little bit about Monarch butterflies while doing it in a make believe way. The book contains a mixture of photographs and illustrations beautifully done. For a few of the larger words that might be hard to understand, the back of the book had a glossary. The story was well-written and imaginative. It kept the reader listening and one can only imagine what this author's other books look like.
Our Review: “The Homework Goblin,” written by Ashley Howland is about a boy, his homework and the Homework Goblin that is a well-written story that leaves the reader in suspense as they continue to read, wondering what might happen next. The story keeps the reader interested at all times and is easy for children to read. The story was very creative and my daughter and I did not see the ending coming. The story had action in it, causing the reader to become more involved as they wonder what happens next. The story was very creative and my daughter and I look forward to reading some of Ashley Howland's other books.
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