Children’s Books

Bell Mountain by Lee Duigon (Book Review #48)

    Most people do not expect much content or deeper insightful things, in a children’s book. However, Bell Mountain is one of those books that you can be rest assured in containing more than you expected. The story has religious references and is a beautiful tale about two children on a mission to ring the bell of Bell Mountain. There is a secret behind this assignment and as they go through climbing this mountain they encounter many challenges. Aside from the []

White Bear’s Big Adventure by Marie Cheine (Book Review #305)

White Bear’s Big Adventure is a children’s book focusing on the lives of the brave children who face life-threatening illnesses every day. White bear is a stuffed toy who has been sitting on a bookshelf, in a doctors office for years. However, when a little girl walks in the office, the white bear gets to go home with the little girl. This book is about one of the adventures he goes through as he gets lost and has to find his way back to the []

Today I think i’ll be…. by Marion Nadeau (Book Review #300)

Today I think I’ll be… is a children’s book demonstrating how a child’s imaginary life appears in the eyes of an adult. While the images are photographs of a real child in the real world, her mind is imagining being a certain animal every day. In this book, Aubrey imagines being a flamingo. She decides to have a picnic with her other imaginary animal friends at the lake. I enjoyed the fact that the literature font appeared to be handwritten. The book also []

The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do – by Ashley Spires (Book Review #33)

Lou is a courageous girl that does not wish to admit her fear of climbing. Just like everyone else, she feels as if her friends knew this fact, then she would be considered weird. Her excuses for not wanting to join her friends up the tree are hilarious. Interestingly enough, her friends do not mock her or make Lou feel bad about herself for not joining them. By simply observing her friends and their display of how fun it is to be []

Escape from Ancient Egypt – (The Neiko Adventure Saga Book 2) by A. K. Taylor (Book Review #30)

  This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” Neiko is an Indian Admiral and a strong warrior girl of Hawote, the hidden land that coexisted with the United States, Canada, and Mexico. There are seven tribes in this story. Neiko is loved by many and has the support and loyalty of her own tribe, and her allies are willing to die for her. The Crackedskulls, Prince Bloodhawk, Raven, and Francesco are all []

Saint George: Rusty Knight and Monster Tamer by John Powell (Book Review #19)

  This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Welcome to the world where the King of England has crown off weeks, goat milk is his favorite beverage and cannot read to save his own life. The prime minister, Merlin the Whirlin, is a smart little number that can read and makes important decisions for the country on his behalf. While soaking up in bath water seeking wisdom, is a tradition in this []