Book reviews for childrens books allow WAHM, teachers, wahm, home schooling moms to get a glimpse of e new book they’re considering using for their kids.
Who reviews books for kids?
I decided to do book reviews for childrens books 'cause I’ve started reading childrens and kids books again.
It’s a hoot, some of the books I’ve found thus far.
These are recommended books for kids that I recommend, because they meet my simple criteria: they’re inspirational and they empower kids on their journey through life (as well, they’re FUN!).
The first two are friendship books for children.
A friendly panda bear with a panda accent teaches 3 kids major life lessons through three simple stories. Straight to the heart of kids.
Beautiful illustrations by the author concretize each message the author imparts, especially those dealing with the true meaning and importance of friendship.
Mooch the cat falls asleep under a tree and fog rolls in, covering everything. Mooch awakes uncertain where he is and discovers, well, I'll let you read the book itself to see what he discovers.
Gentle story accompanied by simple graphics with profound messages expressed in few words makes this an outstanding story for young folks and adults whose kid spirit is alive and well.
I'll be adding more book reviews for childrens books regularly.
What a powerful story about Jess, a fifth grade boy wanting to be the fastest runner in his grade, and Leslie, a tom girl who moves into the area and beats him at running, then the two become best of friends.
They build a magical kingdom in the woods called Terabithia, and become King and Queen of it. Leslie opens Jess to a strange, unknown world as the friendship deepens.
When tragedy strikes, the reader feels the powerful impression Leslie has made upon Jess.
Definitely a book that provides inspiration empowering children (and adults as well).
Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake, Reading level: Ages 9-12, Paperback: 96 pages, originally published 1970
A superb thriller about 3 nasty men whose mission is to kill Mr Fox at all cost. Mr. Fox has been stealing chickens, ducks and geese, and cider from Bunce, Bean, and Boggis.
Roald Dahl describes these men in humorous, unforgettable terms, and you'll get a good laugh.
The 3 men are fed up with Mr. Fox's stealing from them, so they plot on destroying Mr. Fox and his family. Exiting adventure shows how cunning a fox can be and how dumb us men can be.
A must read for kids of all ages beginning with 8 or 9.
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