“A Unicorn Named Rin” by Crystal Z. Lee is the story about a unicorn named Rin who is asked by the princess to find the Royal Phoenix, Fan.
Reader Views Kids talks with Stephanie Teer about "I...Am...Cheetah!" the first book in her series about endangered species!
This book is called Así Crezco which means This Is How I Grow and it’s all about animals. If you love animals and animal babies this is the book for you. You basically get to go on an adventure around the world learning about how animal babies grow and where they grow.
Do you believe in monsters? When Daniel’s friends tell him a monster lives in the creek behind his house, Daniel isn’t sure what to think. He wants to learn all about this monster and even though it’s kind of scary, it’s also pretty cool to have a monster living in your backyard!
“I Am Cheetah” is part of a series of books Stephanie J. Teer is launching to educate children aged 5-10 about endangered species. Sprinkled throughout the story and woven seamlessly with the narrative are specific details about cheetahs. Endnotes provide additional facts. The author realistically addresses bullying. This high-interest book is accessible to young readers who want to read chapter books but are not quite ready for the reading level of many chapter books.
If you or your teens love Bible stories, "Ayal the Arrow Boy" is an enjoyable read with a likable protagonist. It gives a name and a face to a person that is merely swept over in the biblical accounts. The book is a combination of suspense, thrills, and educational material.
A quirky and cute tale tailor-made for kids who love adventure, fun, and silliness. Children are introduced to Noah and his good buddy and dog, Rufus, as they fight a bad clove of garlic, try to survive the dangerous Swamp Bolognese, and go head-to-head with Noah's worst nightmare, The Extra Spicy Meatball and his breath of fire.
What’s This Tail Saying? Carolyn CombsIllustrated by Cathy MorrisonDawn Publications (2020)ISBN: 9781584696629Reviewed by Evan C. (age 7) for Reader Views […]
“Compare Bear's Double Dare: Be Yourself - Don't Compare!” is about a kid, Danny who meets a bear and the bear tells him his name is Compare Bear. Have you ever met a bear named Compare Bear?
“The Great Green Tree and the Magical Ladders: Suburbia,” is about a 10-year-old Shea who has been a problem with friends, family, and teachers.
“The Wicked Wizard and the Worms” is about a wizard who is mean and ungrateful. Then he learns how being nice can change the world!
"Unicorn Island" was a book I loved, because I felt it was very intriguing, and that the storyline was well-written.
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