I got this book for free after being asked for reviews of another author’s books. I’m trying to clear out my audible account of the little things, so I’m not crazy reading this when it’s not Thanksgiving time.
It is a cute book teaching kids gratitude. If I had small children, it would be wonderful to share it with them.
There are a lot of great children’s books listed in the above linked article. Unfortunately for those of us in the USA, these seems to be British books, and the prices are listed in pounds. The list is worth looking at, though. Some of the books look wonderful.
I enjoyed these stories. They are cute little stories teaching kids about gratitude. They aren’t condescending but they get their points across. The kids will enjoy these stories and learn while they are at it.
This was a very cute story about playing to your strengths. It teaches children that even if you’re not good at something, there’s still something you are really good at. It would make for a great bedtime story.
The story here was probably great, but I just couldn’t get over the narrator’s voices. I understand that they are supposed to be monsters, but it is also supposed to be a bedtime book. Couldn’t it have been toned down to make it less creepy? The monsters are supposed to be friendly and helpful, but the narrator makes them come across as scary.