Imagine being stuck in a world rigid in rituals – a place where being different means you’re an outcast and individuality is discouraged. That’s what life is like for Sohmeng Par.
: “From God to Us” has a wonderful message for people of all ages to learn and/or be reminded of. I loved how the message empowers people to realize their uniqueness and how, because of this, we truly are special because our actions and contributions are up to us since there is no other us around to do it.
Rowdy RandyCasey Day RislovCasey Rislov Books (2019)ISBN 9780578429458Reviewed by Lydia (age 5) for Reader Views Kids (1/2020) “Rowdy Randy” by Casey Day Rislov is the story about a horsefly named “Rowdy Randy” who likes to annoy other animals in the wild west. The story starts with Randy flying […]
David’s ADHDSherrill S. CannonStrategic Book Publishing and Rights Co. (2019)ISBN 9781950860432Reviewed by Lydia (Age 5) for Reader Views Kids (1/2020) “David’s ADHD” by Sherrill S. Cannon is about a little boy named David who has trouble focusing and paying attention at school. The beginning of the book describes […]
Elf Pets: An Arctic Fox TraditionChanda A. BellCCA and B LLC (2018)ASIN B07P6M8XR1Reviewed by Alyvia (11), Eliana (9), Sarina (5) and Evan (4) for Reader Views Kids (12/19) I want to say first how much we love the Arctic Fox. She (we named her Luna) is so soft […]
Cuddled and CarriedDia L. MichelsPlatypus Media, LLC (2018)ISBN 9781930775985Reviewed by Lydia D (age 5) for Reader Views Kids (12/19) “Cuddled and Carried” by Dia L. Michels is a book about different kinds of animal moms, and the nice things they do for their babies. There are lots of […]