“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.
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!
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.
"Unicorn Island" was a book I loved, because I felt it was very intriguing, and that the storyline was well-written.
“Feasters: An Apocalyptic Tale” by Solomon Petchers is a vampire vs. zombie story during apocalyptic times.
“Life of a Firefly” by Sandra Brown-Lindstedt, is a captivating story about a little girl named Sandy Forte and her adventures growing up. Sandy will win the hearts of teenagers and adults alike as a mischievous girl that somehow maintains an innocence about her that is fresh and unique.
A clever fantasy for teens and young adults set in a world where animals rule with a respected imposing hierarchy that goes unchallenged -- until man interferes, that is.
“Guardian of the Groceries” by Michael Albanese is a book about a boy named Henry who was bored. When his mom told him that she had an adventure for them, it was to the grocery store – what? The grocery store isn’t an adventure! That’s what Henry thought too...
"A Mother's Poem" by Helen Millman is the heart-felt work of a mother who wishes for her children to know that she cares about them. Written from the mother's perspective, she talks about jokes, entertainment, and trips in which the entire family finds themselves enjoying together.
“Sheltered: When a Boy Becomes a Legend” by Jacob Paul Patchen is an action-packed dystopian thriller about a group of kids trying to save war-torn America.
Nurse Florence, Help I’m Bleeding Michael DowDow Creative Enterprises, LLC (2020)ISBN: 9781716553608Reviewed by Lydia (age 6) for Reader Views Kids […]
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