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: 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.
My Review: This cute story is about a boy and his teddy bear which tells a beautiful tale about how the teddy bear's life changes as the boy grows up. For many toys as children grow up, they are well-worn, tossed out or given away. We really enjoyed this story as it showed another possibility for a teddy bear, something I have done with my daughter. I think a parent and child will have as precious a time reading this tale as the teddy bear was to the boy.
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.
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: Ray Turner's "In the Land of Rhyme" is a delight to read. The rhymes were well-written and easy to read. They easily rolled off the tongue, making it fun and the story within was entertaining. The illustrations were well-drawn and enjoyable to view. A book that will have readers reading it again and again. My husband who is not much for poetry enjoyed listening to this as well. I would recommend this book for any shelf!
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