“Why Should I Walk? I Can Fly!” by Ann Ingalls is the story of a young bird, with his brother and sister, who are all ready to leave the nest and learn to fly.
The Key: Wise Money Choices for Teens Marjorie L. Anderson Xlibris Corporation (2017)ISBN 9781479781027Reviewed by Faryal Jabbar (age 17) for Reader Views (6/19) Marjorie L. Anderson’s passion for educating young people about the world of money making and finance can be seen in her guide, “The Key: Wise […]
Humongous (& Cool) Words for KidsSB HilarionBook Baby (2019)ISBN 9781543969801Reviewed by Autumn (age 12) and Ciara (age 11) for Reader Views Kids (2/19) “Humongous (& Cool) Words For Kids” by SB Hilarion is not your normal story book, but a collection of over 800 fascinating and strange words. […]
A Family WalkJennifer ButenasThe Perfect Moment, LLC. (2019)ISBN: 9780984003921Reviewed by Lydia Dehning (age 5) for Reader Views Kids (5/19) “A Family Walk” by Jennifer Butenas is the story of a family who goes outside in the evening before bedtime and go for a walk together. The family is […]
Hoo Hoo Who? Mary Maier and Lauren HortonBuilding Block Press (2018)ISBN 9781944201142Reviewed by Lydia Dehning (age 5) for Readers Views Kids (5/19) “Hoo Hoo Who?” by Mary Maier and Lauren Horton is about a mouse’s birthday party. There is an owl who has broken glasses who thought I […]
He’s Your Daddy! Ducklings, Joeys, Kits, and More Charline Profiri Dawn Publications (2018) ISBN 9781584696254 Reviewed by Lydia (age 5) for Readers Views Kids (5/19) “He’s Your Daddy! Ducklings, Joeys, Kits, and More” by Charline Profiri is about lots of different animals and how they are called something […]