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Author and Illustrator: Elaine Collins Hasford

What a wonderfully written story with great illustrations. Meet Ambrose, the duck, who wants to fly south but can’t.

His friend Gustave, a rooster, along with Claire, a sheep and Joseph and Jacques, both humans, try to make Ambrose’s dream of flying south come true. Hope you like the ending as much as I did.




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Author and illustrator: Maria Yiagou

Learn your ABCs with cute illustrations and words. Each page has a letter with illustrations and words corresponding to the letter. For example: “Aa Ate the Apple”.

Maia Yiagou’s learning books are always a fun way to teach your child.


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Author and illustrator: Maria Yiangou

Another fun and full of color, learning book for your child. This time we learn about shapes. All kinds of shapes. The author uses cute people shaped figures to show us the shapes. Then compares each shape with things we see every day. It’s truly a good way to get your children to learn shapes.

My shapes book Learn 2D 3D shapes picture book with matching objects Ages 2 7 for toddlers preschool kindergarten kids Fundamentals series Maria Yiangou 9781973273202 Amazon


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Author: K. Meador

This is a story about talking squirrels, a girl named Bethany and about making new friends even when you think you may not make friends. I only wish there were more illustrations. I liked the book but felt there were so many areas where illustrations would have made the book come alive. This book is recommended for ages 4-8.


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Author: Tamsin O’Shea

Mason’s Monsters tells the story of a little boy named Mason and his monster, leukemia. How is it we live in a time cancer still comes in like Godzilla and takes so much from us? I was born in 1952 and I would have hoped that by now we would have won this battle. How do you read a book like this without your heart breaking? Not just for Mason, but for anyone who has to fight this monster.

It’s a children’s book with a serious message. At the time this book was written, Mason was doing well. It’s still a tough read. Here’s hoping Mason lives a long and healthy life.



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Author: Shari Tharp
Illustrator: Jim Heath

Everyone loves Fridays. It’s the last day of the work week and school week before the weekend. Well, now we have another reason to love Fridays. Yes, it’s another adventure for Gertrude and Toby, our friends from McFarland Farms. This Friday, the two decide to go fishing at the lake. Now you think that wouldn’t be a problem. Well, you guessed wrong.

Amazon com Gertrude and Toby Meet the Wolf Gertrude and Toby Fairy Tale Adventure Series 9781945033001 Shari Tharp Jim Heath Books

It turns out fish are not the only things on the menu. You’ll meet 3 little pigs and a little boy who likes to cry wolf but to the little boy’s surprise, there really is a wolf. As always, the story and the illustrations are great. If you haven’t read any of the books in this series, stop what you’re doing and buy them all now! Parents and children will love them. I for one can’t wait for the next adventure.



Little Mouse’s Sweet Treat

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Author: Shana Hollowell

Illustrator: Jennifer Finch

I really like the illustrations in this book. They are fun to look at and full of color. The story itself is fun, also, although Mouse seems a little picky. Just kidding! Mouse wants a sweet snack and who wouldn’t? Mouse decides to ask his friends if they have a sweet snack for him.

You’ll meet a Bear, a Bunny, and a Dog who is sad looking and Cat. OK, I thought a mouse and a cat together was a bad idea. However, all went well. You’ll also meet a Bird, a bluebird, and other great animals along the way.


Will little mouse ever find a snack he wants?

Will he finally find true happiness? OK, it does not go that far!

I recommend you buy the book to find the answers to all the questions.

I was given a free copy to review.