What a beautiful story about the love languages of fathers! The illustrations show how the things that fathers teach us change as we age.
This is a great bedtime story to show a father’s love for his child.
I loved it! I had this book sitting on my TBR list for ages and finally picked it up because a bookclub was about to read it. I didn’t make the deadline or the bookclub meeting, but I still felt it was worth reading.
There were so many funny lines in it. I found myself laughing out loud so many times. I don’t mean to say that it was a fluffy comedic book, because it did have a lot of touching moments in it.
I loved it and would recommend it highly.
Wow! What a ride! This kept me guessing the whole time. Just when I thought I knew what was going on, I was proven wrong.
The author did a wonderful in her research and the emotions ran high throughout this book. Up until the end, I was guessing the ending. I hope to read more of her books and I hope they are just as amazing!
Pink is having a hard time figuring out what she is. She starts to think she isn’t a color because she doesn’t fit in the rainbow. She does a lot of searching before she realizes that she’s important.
The illustrations are cute and go well with the story.
This is a story with wonderful illustrations that teaches children to listen and make good choices.
I had a little trouble with it, imagining what would happen to Daisy because she didn’t listen. I can see a child having trouble with this at bedtime, thinking about consequences.
I loved the visualization of the flying rat, which is used as a description of a pigeon. The pigeon takes offense in this book, but it is still used.
It was a cute book with fun illustrations. It would make a good bedtime story for an older child.
I picked this book up for bookclub. I have read a few of the author’s other books and have enjoyed them. I wasn’t sure what to expect from this one, but I found that I enjoyed it as well.
Each of the author’s books have been very different, and this one leaned more heavily into magic than I was expecting. There were tinges of fairy tales along the way, but not very heavily.
I didn’t give it five stars because of the way that the story ended. After the tension in the story, it was a very predictable ending. Otherwise, the story was great. Highly recommended!
What’s in the suitcase?
The curious animals have difficulty trusting the stranger and see what they can do about it. It’s so very unfair to the strange animal and this book can lead to a good discussion with a child about how to treat others.
This is a cute, very basic, scientific book for children. This book is about weather and the descriptions are simplified for a child. It gives enough information to satisfy basic curiosity, but leaves enough out to allow a child to do more research elsewhere.