Pirate Girl Book Review

Pirate Girl Book Review

A Book Review by Emmy This is Emmy’s book review for the book Pirate Girl, by Cornelia Funke (32 pages, 2005) *Parents note- The book Pirate Girl brings the concept of pirates to girls but does start with a girl getting kidnapped by pirates. My daughter thought it was both sad for a bit, then happy at the end, and enjoyed the Pirate theme. My only wish, and this is me being a bit feminist I guess, is that Molly would have done more to help her situation, rather then wait…

The Mermaid and the Shoe Book Review

The Mermaid and the Shoe Book Review

A Book Review by Emmy  This is Emmy’s book review for the book The Mermaid and the Shoe by K. G. Campbell (32 pages, 2014) *Parent’s note – This book is in sync with The Little Mermaid, though different, it showcases the youngest mermaid, who runs off to find herself. I liked the message of everyone having talent and of course Emmy thought it was a great read!

I Love You Already Book Review

I Love You Already Book Review

A Book review by Emmy  This is Emmy’s book review on the book I Love You Already by Jory John (32 pages, 2015) *Parents note – This book is a great bedtime or nap time book for smaller children and a cute story for children learning to read on their own. This book is a good example of how friends can be very different from one another, as bear and duck are both very different animals, and the perfect example of an extrovert and introvert friendship, though that is a…

Dogerella Book Review

Dogerella Book Review

A Book Review by Emmy This is Emmy’s book review of the book Dogerella by Maribeth Boelts (48 pages, 2008) *Parents note- This book is an example on why it is a great idea to allow children to pick books that suite their liking, as this would not be a book I would have picked, thinking there would be more fluff than value. However, Emmy really enjoyed this book and we kept it for 2 checkout cycles from the library. Books like these keep children interested in reading and after it was said…

Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum book review

Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum book review

A book review by Emmy This is Emmy’s (word by word) book review of the book Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum by Lisa Wheeler (32 pages, 2004). “I like Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum so much because they are “rhymey” and the sentences are silly, like this one… Along comes a shrew… A bad mood shrew, a bad mood, how rude! Tough dude shrew. (reading from the book) My favorite part is about the big bottom bear (giggles)! I think kids, like until they are 10, will like this book, and grown-ups will like…