The story of "Car Show Countdown" is a group of ten classic cars in a competition to win the title. Each vehicle has a short write-up about it but doesn't say "is it fast?" to an outsider. Cars include the Corvette, Jeep, T-Bird, Mustang, and Cadillac as some of the contestants. The story is short and sweet in that each explanation is the type of car, and a sentence containing a mini description, then immediately following, is the announcement.
"Oak Street Treehouse: The Day the New Kid Moved In" is about a time when a new kid moved in across the street; this is the second book in the "Oak Street Treehouse" series.
“Up Up You Go Jo!” by Mariam Shapera is a fun kid’s book about music, space, and problem solving. In the story, a boy named Jo created some music on a piece of paper and was really proud of it. It was late at night, so he had to go to sleep. When he wakes up, the music notes are not on his piece of paper anymore! “How did this happen?” thinks Jo. I agree with Jo, because I have never seen that happen before, either.
Calvin James began his creative journey when he was nineteen. He taught himself how to play guitar, started writing music, and founded a record company, Climax Records, Inc. in 2001. He released his first album, “City” in 2004. Around 2011, he took an interest in writing and gradually shifted his focus away from music to writing children’s stories.
“Five Funny Tummy Men” by Jean Reed is a funny book to read. I kept asking my mom when she would read it if there are actually little men in my tummy. Even though there aren’t, I like to pretend that there are. In this book, you learn about the five funny tummy men and what they do in your tummy after you have eaten some food.
David has trouble focusing and paying attention at school. The beginning of the book describes what David does or doesn’t do because of his ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), and it is neat how the other kids in his class are very understanding and do not get mad at him for no reason.
Cuddled and CarriedDia L. MichelsPlatypus Media, LLC (2018)ISBN 9781930775985Reviewed by Lydia D (age 5) for Reader Views Kids (12/19) “Cuddled […]
This is a CatJohn P. Curtin, Jr.Brickyard Eagle Publishing (2018)ISBN 9780996904483Reviewed by Lydia Dehning (age 6) for Reader View Kids […]
“Why Should I Walk? I Can Fly!” by Ann Ingalls is the story of a young bird, with his brother and sister, who are all ready to leave the nest and learn to fly.
A Family WalkJennifer ButenasThe Perfect Moment, LLC. (2019)ISBN: 9780984003921Reviewed by Lydia Dehning (age 5) for Reader Views Kids (5/19) “A […]
Hoo Hoo Who? Mary Maier and Lauren HortonBuilding Block Press (2018)ISBN 9781944201142Reviewed by Lydia Dehning (age 5) for Readers Views […]
He’s Your Daddy! Ducklings, Joeys, Kits, and More Charline Profiri Dawn Publications (2018) ISBN 9781584696254 Reviewed by Lydia (age 5) […]
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