The Day That A Ran Away by B.C.R. Fegan, Lenny Wen
Published by TaleBlade on September 1st 2018
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Young Master Jet is asked to recite the alphabet!
The Day that A ran away is a beautifully illustrated rhyming book to read to your preschool aged child or for young readers to read themselves. Learning the letters of the alphabet is fun and entertaining in this book.
Master Jet is at school and his teacher, Mrs. May, inquires as to why he has not written the alphabet on his sheet of paper and he tells her a tale about how all the letters of the alphabet went missing. He explains each letter’s reason for not showing up on his page. It’s not Jet’s fault that he hasn’t written the alphabet – the letters had other plans!
This book makes learning the alphabet and reading fun. The rhymes for each letter are cute and the illustrations are delightful. Perfect for young readers and the young at heart!
I received a digital copy of this book from TaleBlade Press in exchange for an honest review. All the thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.
Don't Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan
Published by TaleBlade on March 14th 2018
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What is behind the forbidden door?
Don’t Ever look behind Door 32 is an adorable children’s book with delightful illustrations and an emphasis on the patterns of counting. The rhyming is cute, creative and fun! Enter this hotel and look around for a while, what you find might make you smile!
The Magical Hotel of Hoo is a magical hotel with very interesting guests/inhabitants who live behind the various doors. Mr. Nicholas Noo, is the host and he encourages his two young guests to take a tour of the hotel and peek inside the various rooms except for Door 32.
The illustrations first grabbed my attention. The wide eyed curious children, the creepy and interesting guests of the hotel make this a very magical and engaging picture book. I see this book being a bedtime favorite and a great book for beginning readers. The target audience for this book is K-3 but as I said, this is also a great book to read to your little one! It has interesting characters with a touch of mystery – just why can’t we look behind door 32? What’s in there?
This book encourages reading, the use of imagination, counting, curiosity, and problem-solving skills. The book counts to the number 32 and will maintain a child’s imagination through the use of rhymes and the cast of interesting characters behind the doors ranging from zombies, vampire mermaids, monkeys, knights, tea-loving monsters and a maze to name just a few.
I received a copy of this book from the Author and Book Publicity Services in exchange for an honest review.