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WINNIE AND THE RED WINNIEBAGO by Lisa Domeny…a review

Winnie and the Red WinniebagoWinnie and the Red Winniebago by Lisa Domeny

Genre:Children’s book/Animals/Rescue Dogs

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher

  • Paperback: 32 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 17, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1508895686
  • ISBN-13: 978-1508895688

 

(Courtesy of Amazon)

When Winnie is injured can he find a way to keep sharing hugs and having adventures?

Winnie the senior rescue dog’s mission to spread kindness and love is challenged when he can no longer walk. Determined to continue his adventures, Winnie’s family and friends find a way for him to keep spreading love and happiness to the world!

In sharing her love of old rescue dogs and their adventures, Lisa Domeny has provided a beautiful, positive and uplifting story for children to learn about overcoming life’s challenges, friendship and spreading kindness and love to make the world a better place.

This inspiring story is told through the eyes of Winnie, and although aimed at 3-5 year old’s, is enjoyable to read at any age. Winnie and the Red Winniebago demonstrates that a caring community and society doesn’t discard the elderly or disabled.

MY THOUGHTS

This is an amazing tale of a senior rescue dog, and his adventures. The author has done a fantastic joy of showing the reader the worth of older rescue dogs. They are excellent in visiting Senior Homes, and so much more! Very informative and very educational. Highly recommend to Care Givers, parents, educators, librarians, and teachers alike. A very uplifting tale of challenges, friendship, the kindness and love for animals/pets. Well written, descriptive and a wonderful read!

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

**Cross-posted on My Book Addiction Reviews**

Rating: 5
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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THE CHRISTMAS CATS ENCOUNTER BATS by Constance Corcoran Wilson…a review

The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats

Genre: Children’s
Series: Christmas Cats #3
Source: Received for an honest review.
  • Series: Christmas Cats
  • Paperback: 24 pages
  • Publisher: Quad Cities’ Press; 1 edition (September 13, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098244480X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982444801
(Courtesy of Goodreads)
The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats is a Seuss-ical tale for young children which builds upon the morals of the first two Christmas Cats books (The Christmas Cats in Silly Hats and The Christmas Cats Chase Christmas Rats). Book One (The Christmas Cats in Silly Hats) stressed that twin sisters—or anyone— should learn to play together nicely. When one twin bit the other on the nose, it was a sign that a story about playing together nicely would be useful. Learning to cooperate is important for everyone. Book Two, The Christmas Cats Chase Christmas Rats, urges acceptance and advises against prejudice. “It’s best to be open and trusting and kind, and always to keep an open mind.” Learn to accept others in a non-judgmental, open-minded fashion. Book Three, The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats urges everyone to honor life in all its forms. Love and accept all God’s creatures. Some animals—(puppies and kitties come to mind)— are popular with nearly everyone. Others (spiders, lizards, bats, etc.) may not seem as worthy, but all are small cogs in the universe. Bats serve a very useful purposes in God’s grand scheme. All life should be valued. The bats of story three are just as deserving of respect and have as much of a right to life as any other creature on the planet. Check Connie Corcoran Wilson on Amazon for her projects for adult readers, and her dedicated website, www.ConnieCWilson.com. Follow Connie on Twitter at Connie Wilson Author. “Like” her Facebook and Pinterest pages at Connie Corcoran Wilson. Sign up for her blog (www.WeeklyWilson.com) where you can learn of new publications. You can contact Connie directly at EINNOC10@Aol.com.

MY THOUGHTS:

The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats

I thought it was a very good book. It was also very funny, and teaches you to leave God’s creatures alone because they help the earth and ecosystem.
I think this book would be great for Age group 4+. An enjoyable read!
A great book for Young children to help learn morals, the Ecosystem, and our beautiful Earth. An excellent book for educators and librarians alike, as well, as parents, and grandparents. A great book! Vivid pictures that you little ones will enjoy!
*Received for an honest review*
Rating: 5
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR & Baby Girl, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

I WON’T TAKE THE MARK by Katherine Albrecht,EdD…a review

I WON’T TAKE THE MARK: A Bible Book and Contract for Children

HELPING CHILDREN UNDERSTAND THE BOOK OF REVELATION

KATHERINE ALBRECHT, EdD

http://www.VirtuePress.com

Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction/Religion/Bible Stories/New Testament

Source: Received for and honest review from the publisher.

 

  • Hardcover: 42 pages
  • Publisher: Virtue Press (December 1, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0988280213
  • ISBN-13: 978-0988280212

 

*From Amazon*

This beautifully illustrated and scripturally accurate book tenderly conveys the warnings of Revelation while joyously celebrating the ultimate triumph of good over evil, guiding children to a closer relationship with Jesus—whether at home, in church, or as part of a Bible study. Each book comes with an 8×10 certificate for your child to sign, promising to worship only God and never take the mark of the beast.

“Includes a frameable 8″ X 10″ certificate with a vow to obey God and never take the mark of the beast.”

*This is this author’s first Children’s Book*

MY THOUGHTS:

I WON’T TAKE THE MARK: A Bible Book and Contract for Children. HELPING CHILDREN UNDERSTAND THE BOOK OF REVELATION by KATHERINE ALBRECHT, EdD, Nurtured by Tiffany Daschke & Katina Michael, PhD is a wonderful Juvenile Nonfiction/Religion/Bible Stories/New Testament. What a wonderful and amazing book. It will help your little one understand the Book of Revelation. Outstanding in more ways than one. The illustrations are artful, vivid and descriptive in and of themselves. It is well written, easy to follow with corresponding scriptures, which help convey the warnings of John’s vision, in the Book of Revelation. It will help guide young readers to the teachings of Jesus. A wonderful book for a Children’s bible study group.

What a wonderful way to “nurture” your children, with the teaching from the New Testament. It book also “includes a frameable certificate with a vow to obey God and never take the mark of the beast.”

This book is a MUST have for any library, not just a Children’s library. I was thrilled with the knowledge I personally gained from the book. I absolutely love this book from beginning to end. Well done!!

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating: 5

Heat rating: N/A

Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

 

FROSTBITE by Julia Dweck…review *Children’s*

 

 

 

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FROSTBITE

JULIA DWECK

Genre: Children’s/Rhyming

Source: Received for an honest review from the author/publisher.

 

  • Paperback: 56 pages
  • Publisher: Sleepy Sheep Productions LLC; 1 edition (November 3, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0991256263
  • ISBN-13: 978-0991256266

(From Amazon)

 

Bestselling children’s author, Julia Dweck, shares the magic of the holiday season in a delightful story of one boy’s wish for a dog of his very own. After a wintry mix of snow and love, two icy mounds of snow come to life with a bark, a wiggle and a wag. The wonder of childhood is born in this frisky snowpup named Frostbite. Children will be enchanted by the artistry of Robb Mommaerts, whose illustrations perfectly capture the magic of this imaginative picture book. Told in rhyme by a little boy whose dream comes true, this tale will warm the heart of young readers and any parent who remembers wishing for a dog of their very own. So that’s the truth amidst the snow— As day turned into night, I found a dog to call my own. I’m glad I caught Frostbite.

 

Purchase your copy!

Amazon

http://www.amazon.com/Frostbite-Julia-Dweck/dp/0991256263

Amazon UK

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Frostbite-Julia-Dweck/dp/0991256263

Barnes and Noble (It is not listed yet here, so you must use this link.)

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/frostbite-julia-dweck/1120700285?ean=9780991256273&itm=1&usri=9780991256273

 

Goodreads

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23568447-frostbite

 

MY THOUGHTS:

FROSTBITE by Julia Dweck is an absolute delight. A Children’s/Rhyming.

A perfect read-aloud book for your little ones. A perfect Christmas surprise! This is a story about one little boy’s wish for a dog. A wonderful story your children are sure to delight in year after year. A new generation of a “Frosty” like tale. You gotta love a picture book with vivid picture, where children are sure to delight your imagination, and interest. Easy to follow and easy for young readers to understand and delight and each and every page. A true treasure! I have yet to find one of Ms. Dweck’s book that was not a true delight! An absolute delight! Move over “Frosty”, here comes “Frostbite”.

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating: 5

Heat rating: N/A

Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

ALPHABETABUM by Vladimir Rachmsky & Chris Raschka…review

Alphabetabum: An Album of Rare Photographs and Medium VersesAlphabetabum: An Album of Rare Photographs and Medium Verses by Chris Raschka

Genre: Children’s/Alphabet/Photos

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.

 

  • Age Range: 4 – 8 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 3
  • Hardcover: 80 pages
  • Publisher: NYR Children’s Collection (October 14, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590178173
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590178171

 

*From Amazon*

A New York Review Children’s Collection Original

What happens to the pictures of us? Nowadays they go straight to the Internet where anyone anywhere in the world can see them. And they’re nothing terribly special.

It wasn’t that way a hundred years ago, when getting your picture taken was a very important event. You dressed your best and you looked thoughtfully and for a long time into the awesome, magical lens of the camera. But even these important pictures sometimes were lost, sold by the photographer or even thrown away by families.

After many decades some of them found their way to flea-market tables in New York City, Rome, and Paris, where the artist Vladimir Radunsky couldn’t take his eyes off of them. He bought them, took them home, and looked at them over and over. Now he has chosen his favorites for this book and his friend Chris Raschka has written a poem for each one in an imagined alphabet of names and personalities.

About the Author

Chris Raschka has written and/or illustrated more than sixty books for children, including Yo! Yes?, Charlie Parker Played Be Bop, Mysterious Thelonious, Sluggy Slug, Five for a Little One, A Poke in the I, and The Hello, Goodbye Window. He has received a Caldecott Honor and two Caldecott Medals, the Ezra Jack Keats Book Award, and five New York Times Best Illustrated Book Awards. He has knitted nine sweaters and one sock. Someday he hopes to knit another sock. He lives in New York City.

Vladimir Radunsky has published more than thirty books for children. Many of them were translated and published in France, the U.K., Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, and Japan. The books received numerous awards in the United States and in Europe, among them the New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Book of the Year, and have been on the New York Times bestseller list. His most recent book, in collaboration with Jennifer Berne, On a Beam of Light, A Story of Albert Einstein, received six starred reviews and was picked by Kirkus Reviews as the Best Book of 2013. Original art from the books as been exhibited in France, Italy, Switzerland, Russia, Japan, and the United States.

 

MY THOUGHTS:

What a cute book with rare photos and so much more. Ages: 4-8 grade level: Preschool- 3. The photos are in alphabet style and a collection of rare photos found in various places, including flea markets. Written with rhymes about each photo. Any family would be thrilled to have this collection of rare photos in their library. Youngsters will learn much more than their alphabet with this collection. I was thrilled as well as educated. A photo album as well as an alphabet book, what a concept.

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating: 5
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

REVIEW with giveaway: ESCLAIR GOES TO STELLA’S by MICHELLE WEIDENBENNER

NEW RELEASE…CHILDREN’S BOOK BY MICHELLE WEIDENBENNER

Hi, I’m Éclair and I’m seven. My sister Meggie is two. When mom got sick we had to go live with Stella, my dad’s mom, the one with maroon colored hair. I begged Dad not to make us stay with her because she beat her horse and was going to eat her rooster, but he didn’t believe me. Even after I pretended I was going to barf, he left us with Stella.

So there we were, Meggie and me, on a strange pink farm with a skinny horse, a mean rooster, and Stinky Stella who had a living room filled with dead deer heads.

What would she do to us?

Would we end up on her wall too?

Book Reading Age
First – Third grade GIRLS. 5 – 9 year olds

Buy the Book from…

Amazon.co.uk     Amazon.com     Barnes and Noble

eclair pic

“Do you want to name her?” Stella said.
I squeezed my eyes to think again. “Star. She looks like a movie star.”
“I love it.” Stella reached up to give me a high-five. “Star, it is.”

About the Author

Michelle grew up in the suburbs of Detroit with five brothers.  She enjoys writing her novels and encouraging writers and readers alike. She is living her dream writing stories of real people searching for their dreams and confronting their fears, showing the passion of the characters’ plights, often giving her the ability to show the reader the ‘other’ side of the story. When she is not writing she enjoys life on the tennis court and is known as “Queen of the Rim Shots.”

Her debut novel, CACHE a PREDATOR, a geocaching mystery. was launched in July, 2013 and has been an Amazon best-seller in the crime/thriller category.  Her other works include: Willow, Scattered Links, Kelly’s Story, Eclair Series, and The Vision in a Kiss.  She has won contests in both The Writer’s Journal and The Writer’s Digest. Love is Just a Word (Scattered Links) was a bronze medalist is the 2010 Frasier Contest, a 2011 semi-finalist in the ACFW Genesis Contest, and won the Aspiring Writer’s Contest withe THE READING ROOM, 2013.

Follow the Author

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I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.

NOW FOR THE AUTHOR’S GIVEAWAY

 

 

5 Lucky Winners !! 1st Prize – $25 Amazon.com or Paypal Cash (WW) plus Sterling Silver & Brass Horse Charm Necklace and Signed Eclair Book 4 more winners will each receive a Signed Eclair Book (Amazon GC/Paypal Cash open Worldwide – Necklace/Signed books open to US/CA/UK)
Ending on Thursday 25th September at 11.59pm EST

 

 

Horse Charm Necklace from Chapman Jewelers, Warsaw, Indiana Sterling Silver and Brass Brown Satin Cord – Extends 16″ – 18″ (not red cord as shown in image)

 

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MY THOUGHTS:

ESCLAIR GOES TO STELLA’S by MICHELLE WEIDENBENNER is an interesting Children’s book/Chapter Books/Horses/Animals. “Esclair” #1, and what a beginning. 5 – 9 K – 3.

I loved this cute, funny story of horses, children and their delights. What an impressive tale. An excellent tale of young readers, of all ages, but especially ages 5-9. From Pre-K to the 3rd grade are sure to delight in the vivid pictures, the true to life issues. A great moral for youngsters, you judge a book by its covers, or judge characters by first impressions but to give people the benefit of the doubt. A cute tale. Does have a few minor flow issues, but  otherwise moves freely and evenly. Young readers are sure to enjoy as well as parents, and grand parents. A pleasure to read!

*Received for an honest review*

Rating: 4

Heat rating: N/A

Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

BOB,SON OF BATTLE: THE LAST GRAY DOG OF KENMUIR by Lydia Davis…review

Alfred Ollivant's Bob, Son of Battle: The Last Gray Dog of KenmuirAlfred Ollivant’s Bob, Son of Battle: The Last Gray Dog of Kenmuir by Lydia Davis

http://www.NYRB.com

Genre: Children’s

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.

 

  • Age Range: 8 – 12 years
  • Grade Level: 3 – 7
  • Series: New York Review Children’s Collection
  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: NYR Children’s Collection (August 19, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590177290
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590177297

 

*From Amazon*

Bob, Son of Battle, is a sheepdog so canny and careful of his flock, so deeply devoted to his master, James Moore, and so admired for his poise and wisdom by the residents of a small village in the rugged mountains of England’s North Country, that young though he is, he is already known as Owd Bob. In a recent contest, Bob has proved himself a matchless sheepdog, and if he wins the trophy two more times, he’ll be seen as equal to the legendary sheepdogs of yore.

But Bob has a real rival: Red Wull, with his docked tail and bristling yellow fur, a ferocious creature, just like his diminutive master, Adam McAdam, a lonely Scot, estranged not only from his English neighbors but from his son, David. McAdam just can’t stop belittling this strapping young man, all the more so since David began courting Moore’s beautiful daughter Maggie. But what McAdam really wants is for his beloved Wullie to wrest the prize from Bob once and for all.

The story takes a darker turn when a troubling new threat to the local flocks emerges. A dog has gone rogue, sneaking out at night to feast on the flesh and blood of the sheep he is bound to protect. Again and again, new sheep fall prey to this relentless predator; again and again, he slips away undetected. This master hunter can only be among the boldest and sharpest of dogs . . .

Bob, Son of Battle has long been a beloved classic of children’s literature both in America and in England. Here the celebrated author and translator Lydia Davis, who first read and loved this exciting story as a child, has rendered the challenging idioms of the original into fluent and graceful English of our day, making this tale of rival dogs and rival families and the shadowy terrain between Good and Bad accessible and appealing to readers of all ages.

About the Author

Alfred Ollivant (1874–1927) was born in Old Charlton, Kent, the son of a colonel in the Royal Horse Artillery. Shortly after he graduated from the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, intending to pursue a career in the army, he was thrown from his horse and seriously injured. While beginning his recuperation from the accident (he was to remain under his doctors’ care for the next fourteen years), he wrote Owd Bob: The Grey Dog of Kenmuir (known in the United States as Bob, Son of Battle), which was a best seller both in the United Kingdom and the United States when it came out in 1898. Ollivant would go on to publish fourteen more novels, as well as various occasional essays, poems, and other works, including, during the First World War, a series of articles describing wartime life in England for an American audience.

Marguerite Kirmse (1885–1954) was born in Bournesmouth, England. She emigrated to the United States as an accomplished harpist in order to continue her musical education, but instead embarked on a highly successful career as an illustrator. She is best known for her drawings of dogs, including those in Lassie, Come-Home by Eric Knight.

Lydia Davis is the author of seven collections of stories, including Break It Down, Samuel Johnson Is Indignant, and, most recently, Can’t and Won’t, as well as one novel, The End of the Story. Her Collected Stories were published as a single volume in 2009, and in 2013 she was awarded an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award of Merit Medal for the Short Story, as well as the Man Booker International Prize. She is also the translator of many books from the French, most notably Proust’s Swann’s Way and Flaubert’s Madame Bovary.

 

MY THOUGHTS:

What an interesting read! An old classic brought back to life, through these pages of this new version. In this version the author has brought back to life the story of Bob, the Last Gray of Kenmuir. Bob is a sheep dog, with competition in Red Wull, a vicious dog also know as “The Tailless Tyke”. His owner is a lonely Scott, Adam McAdam, who is also a bit antagonistic. Troubles comes in the way of Sheep being slaughtered by a rogue dog. This is actually Red Wull’s tale. A dark tale to be sure, but an entertaining one. Rather, you would agree it is fit for younger readers, is really up to the readers. While, it is labeled for readers 8-12, I would highly recommend it for this age group and not any younger. Due to the strong dark, gothic style writing. However, with this said, it is a true treasure. Many authors would not have taken on the Red Wull’s story. There is much more to both the dog and the owner, than their anger,loneliness, and unhappiness. Well written! A powerful, heart-wrenching tale of a dog and his owner. Powerful but compelling!

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating: 4
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

LORETTA MASON POTTS by Mary Chase…review

Loretta Mason PottsLoretta Mason Potts by Mary Chase

http://www.MYRB.com

Genre: Children’s

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.

 

  • Age Range: 8 – 12 years
  • Grade Level: 3 – 7
  • Series: New York Review Children’s Collection
  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: NYR Children’s Collection; Reprint edition (July 15, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590177576
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590177570

 

*From Amazon*

Imagine how shocked you would be if, like ten-year-old Colin Mason, you were the oldest (smartest, best) kid in a family of four, and then you found out that all these years, without knowing it, you’ve had an older sister, an “awful, awful, bad, bad, girl—Loretta Mason Potts.” Who? What? Wait! … But this is only the first of many surprises that lie in store for Colin, as things get curiouser and curiouser very fast. Loretta (a glum gangly girl and so very very rude!) comes home and before you know it, Colin is secretly following her down a hidden tunnel that leads from a bedroom closet to an astonishing castle, where a charming and beautiful countess keeps court attended by a dapper and ever-obliging general, and in this world everybody loves Loretta (especially when she’s rude), so much so that they’re begging her to stay with them forever. What is the secret behind this mysterious other world and how does it connect to the many secrets in the Mason family? It’ll take a spellbinding, hair-raising adventure, involving not just Colin and Loretta but their mother and the rest of the family, to work that out.

About the Author

Mary Coyle Chase (1907–1981) was born in Denver, Colorado, and lived there all her life. She worked for various Denver papers as a journalist, began to write plays, and in 1944 had a huge success with Harvey, which won the Pulitzer Prize and was later made into a movie starring Jimmy Stewart.

Harold Berson (1926–1986) was born in Los Angeles and studied art in Paris. Loretta Mason Potts, originally published in 1958, was the first book he illustrated, but he would go on to draw pictures for more than ninety books, including many that he also wrote.

 

MY THOUGHTS:

Alice in Wonderland & Narnia with a closet instead of a wardrobe. A bridge,a countess, and an secret world, what else could you want? Oh,did I mention a bad & rude girl, a smart boy, family secrets and a magic kingdom. An adventure filled with fantasy and creativity. An epic tale that young children are sure to enjoy. Well written with imagination and wit. Both young and old will be intrigued by this fantastical adventure!

*Received for an honest review from the publisher*

Rating: 5
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

JUMP! by Julia Dweck…. review

JumpJump by Julia Dweck
www.juleloves2write.com
Genre: Children’s Book

Age level: 4-8

Grade level: P-3

Source: Received for an honest review from the author.

 

  • File Size: 4011 KB
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sleepy Sheep Productions; 1 edition (September 1, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N975GGO

*Courtesy of Amazon*

Book Description

September 1, 2014 4 – 8 P – 3
Jack’s little heart began to thump,
As he prepared to take a jump.
He swung around and then he flexed.
His thousandth jump was coming next.

Then tightening his coils, he sank,
And listened to the music crank.
He sprung out free, no longer trapped.
His rusty spring broke loose and SNAPPED!

What’s a Jack-in-the-box without his home? Poor Jack has never jumped out of anything before, but his worn out box. Can Barker, the neighborhood dog, prove to Jack that there are many more exciting jumps outside in the great, big world? Young readers will find lots of giggles in the rhyming text and wondrous jumps that Barker and Jack discover together. The full screen art by illustrator, Brian Allen, positively leaps off the page. The author, Julia Dweck, has done a wonderful job of weaving in the subtle message that it’s important to believe in yourself and to think outside of the box in order to realize life’s wondrous possibilities. This bouncy tale from Sleepy Sheep Productions will leave young readers jumping for joy! Leveled for young readers ages 4 – 8, but relevant to readers of all ages.

 

Purchase your copy!

 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N975GGO

MY THOUGHTS:

Loved this tale of adventure for Children. This is a fun read for children of all ages, yes including grand parents. I loved it, but than I have not find a tile from Ms. Dweck, yet, I did not enjoy. Jump is adorable, fun, and entertaining. The illustrations are awesome! “Jump” is an easy to follow tale, that children of all ages are sure to enjoy time and time again. A treasure for your keeper shelf of Children’s stories! Well done! Please keep them coming!!

*Received for an honest review from the author*

Rating: 5
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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