Jorie and the Magic Stones Book Review

A Book Review By The 3 Amigos This is a video book review done by all three kiddos, Elijah, Emmeline, and Landen, of the book Jorie and the Magic Stones, by A. H. Richardson (268 pages, 2014) The kids love doing reviews, to see more or to show support… subscribe to our YouTube channel! *Parent’s note- This book was read to the kids by myself and was a little above my children’s reading level, while I think Elijah and Emmy would have been able to navigate alot of it, the…

The Mermaid and the Shoe Book Review

A Book Review by Emmy The Mermaid and the Shoe Book Review 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. The illustrations were very calming, perfect book for a little one that loves mermaids or…

Looking at Lincoln Book Review

A Book Review by Landen This is Landen’s book review on the book Looking at Lincoln by Maira Kalman (32 pages, 2012 and 48 pages 2017) *Parent’s note- I bought this book as a quick introduction to Abraham Lincoln in regards to him being considered an honest person. At the time we were looking at the character quality of honesty and truthfulness and to be honest, reading over this book the first time, I was underwhelmed, however, my kids, especially Landen, enjoyed it quite a bit. They read it several…

I Love You Already Book Review

A Book review by Emmy I Love You Already Book Review 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…

Pirate vs Pirate Book Review

A book review by Landen This is Landen’s book review of the book Pirate vs. Pirate by Mary Quattlebaum (40 pages, 2011) *Parent’s note – My boys really thought this was funny as the pirates go tit for tat, and they boys especially loved the ending (adding plenty of “kissing” noises, lol). My daughter liked it as well but the boys seemed more “into” it, with Landen asking me to read it 3 times in one sitting.