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The Pied Piper of Hamelin

The Pied Piper of Hamelin

 The Pied Piper of Hamelin! 

Now an interactive e-book app.

JUST PUBLISHED!!

Stacking Books and The Candlestick Company is proud to announce our first children’s INTERACTIVE e-book app !

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Find The Pied Piper App by Stacking Books on your favorite App Store Now!

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Teachers With Apps Says: (Full Review here: http://teacherswithapps.com/pied-piper/)

You can almost feel the history of the story as your fingers dance along the page.“ 

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The Pied Piper by Stacking Books is truly an original telling of the classic tale and one that will be in my permanent rotation.

With original art work by Andrea Dailey, the Pied Piper app is fun, engaging and interactive. Andrea’s drawings gives a new life to the story. Built in layers, Andrea weaves her magic through character and landscape art. The parchment paper background, mellow yellow and browns lend to the charm of the story and accurately captures the period of the story.Now, you can find the legend re-told in a refreshing format. The Pied Piper app (www.thepiperapp.com) launched on iOS and Android is now available worldwide on tablets.

The Pied Piper of Hamelin or the story of the Piper, the rat-catcher, is a legend told for generations. In early 16th century, the story took a full narrative form. It was then told and re-told by the German writer Johann Wolfgang bon Goethe, the Brothers Grimm and later, by Robert Browning.Written in verse and with some amazing full spread illustrations! 

Mark Kueffner lends beautiful background music to capture the mood of the tale. Appropriately placed sound effects will delight the children as they discover the many interactive elements on the pages. Can you mimic the Piper’s music on our Play the Pipe game!

A beautiful production, complete with original art and music, The Pied Piper App (www.thepiperapp.com) is a wonderful collection for your tablet reading experience.

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Elephant Man

Elephant Man
by Mariangela Di Fiore (Author), Hilde Hodnefjeld (Illustrator)

A story of courage and compassion

“Gather around—prepare to be amazed!” At a tiny little theater in London, every evening, the Elephant Man steps out from behind a curtain. One look at “The Elephant Man” makes one gasp with dismay. They scream in horror and call him “hideous” and a “monster”. But the Elephant Man , whose real name was Joseph Merrick, would rather make people laugh and laugh with them.

Joseph was not born this way. He looked like any other baby. His mother held him just as any other mother would hold her baby. But when Joseph was just a few years old, something unusual started happening to him. He started emitting an unpleasant smell. He developed unusual crumpled lumps all over his body. His mouth became heavy and he lost his ability to speak, smile and make different facial expressions. In short, his body completely transformed and became disfigured.

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What follows is a tragic tale of heart ache and sorrow. Joseph loses his mother very early on. He is treated miserably by everyone around him on account of his disfigurement. Bullied, shunned, rejected and ridiculed, Joseph leads a life of an outcast. Finally Joseph ends up in London and on stage, which seems the only way he can earn money and live on his own.

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Finally after a series of misfortunes, he finally meets a kind doctor who offers to host him in London hospital. Dr Fredrick makes sure Joseph lives in comfortable and has all the books that he can read. Finally Joseph has a place he can call home, a place he feels safe and most importantly a friend who he scientific study. And although Joseph never dared to leave his room, many people from London came to visit him, look at his models and listen to his stories. Joseph makes many good friends.

“Elephant Man” is an interesting biography, a story that highlights the worse and the best side of human nature. While Joseph underfoes horrendous trials at a very early age, he is also fortunate to find kindly souls who offer him comfort, friendship and solace. The author gives Joseph’s story a compassionate voice and highlights the important message to measure a person “by his soul” and not by appearances.

Engaging and highly affecting, this book is an excellent addition to your biography collection.

Find it here: Library, Amazon, Better World Books


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Greater Estimations

Greater Estimations
by Bruce Goldstone (Author)

How many rubber duckies are on the cover?

Every day we see objects around us. We find clumps of rocks in the backyard, a line of trees or maybe a group of birds flying in the sky. Have you ever wondered how we can use simple tricks to estimate small Estimations?

Greater Estimations opens with an army of rubber duckies marching towards you! It’s literally a quack attack J Can you count how many are there in this army? Counting one by one, the author claims, is bound to give you a headache!

Eye training” is a simple and effective way to train oneself to recognize groups of say 10 rubber duckies. Now if you can eye train 10, then let’s try looking at a 100. Goldstone shows you that by seeing a small and then large and then larger groups, you can train your eyes to estimate how many objects you can see.

Or how about this batch of skydivers?

Greater Estimations how many

 “Clumping” is a way to divide and estimate. Identify a group of 50 and then mutlitply!

Can you try to estimate how many candies fill this picture?

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A large part of the book focuses on different estimation techniques like eye training, clump counting and box counting and estimating items in containers. The progression is from simple techniques to some more complex ideas such as how tall things could be or how heavy.

Greater Estimations how tall

What’s not to love about “Greater Estimations”? From growing math vocabulary to having fun counting real life objects, this book is for the whole family!

Find it here: Library, Amazon, Better World Books


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A Rock Can Be

A Rock Can Be
by Laura Purdie Salas (Author), Violeta Dabija (Illustrator)

Rocks are everywhere!

Laura and Violeta have done it again! The third in a series of non-fiction picture books (“Water Can Be” and “ A Leaf Can Be”), “A Rock Can Be..” is a stunningly beautiful, easy to read and fantastic non fiction reading for kids of all ages.

In “A Rock Can be”, Laura and Violeta asks the reader to imagine how and where you can find different types of rocks. A rock is not just a simple static stone lying in the backyard. It can be a Tall Mountain..

A Rock can be Tall mountain

Or a “lake skimmer

 A Rock can be cover Rock skimmer

Or even a “moon rock

 A Rock can be cover Moon Rock

This little picture book packs so much information. What is fascinating that with just a series of short rhyming couplets, the author and illustrator duo highlight that a rock can be found in so many places and can be used in so many ways. From fossilized bones and earth’s crust to a volcanic rock and cliff side home for birds, A rock can be so many many things!

The book ends with a double spread providing more detailed explanation of each of the rock presentations in the book. An absolute gem of a book, a conversation starter for classroom and home libraries!

Find it here: Library, Amazon, Better World Books


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Mad About Monkeys

Mad About Monkeys
by Owen Davey (Author, Illustrator)

So many Monkeys!

Making a non-fiction subject kid friendly is always a challenge. But when it comes to a topic as broad and generic as “Monkeys”, the task becomes even harder. Owen Davey tackles this very uniquely.

“Mad About Monkeys” is not just a basic introduction to the “monkey” family. The book begins with an introduction to primates and how and when this species evolved. The first double spread page covers what these monkeys eat and where you can find them.

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Having covered the basics, the author jumps into more specifics. Did you know we have “Old world monkeys” (down facing noses) and “New world monkeys”(flat noses)? Follow the page to a quick quiz on identifying which monkey belongs to the new world and which ones is an old world monkey.

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Owen Davey goes on to describe the social life and hierarchy. Other spreads talk about the “weird and wonderful” monkey species found in different parts of the world. Fast facts makes it fun for the reader to keep reading. Turn the page to find out about the monkey with the longest tail (the Spider monkey), or how about the “hairiest” monkey (Bearded Emperor Tamarin)?

Mad About Monkeys Featured creatures

What makes this book special is Owen Davey’s visually striking geometric patterned art work and intriguing layout of textual information and illustrations. This book was hard to put down and we loved pouring over it from front cover to the back! Highly recommend it!

Find it here : Library, Amazon, Better World Books


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Rose and the Wish Thing

Rose and the Wish Thing
by Caroline Magerl (Author, Illustrator)

A Journey of Friendship

Little Rose had just moved into a new home. Outside her window was a whole new city. Inside her home, things were getting unpacked and old things were put in place. And in the midst of all that, Rose wished for a “thing”.

So Rose calls for it.

Rose and the Wish Thing calling

But the Wish Thing has no name. So she tries to draw and look for it. But the Wish Thing does not come.

Rose can not be comforted. She wants more than ever for the wish to come to her. So she searches everywhere for her wish. Everyone searches for the Wish Thing along with Rose. Yet, there is no sign of it!

Rose and the Wish Thing in the sea

This is a lovely story of longing and wanting comfort and friendship in face of change. I loved the story that was told with almost poetic narrative and then the part that was untold. The story unfolds with narrative about Rose and her search of the Wish Thing on one side and simultaneous wordless story unfolding on the other spread. This cadence of Rose’s searching and the Wish Thing “arriving” is a wonderful symmetry of story telling. The pencil, water color artwork is reminiscent of Quentin Blake’s art style. The pencil strokes in the book seem to give motion to the story of bringing the two pieces of searching and finding closer to each other.

Rose and the Wish Thing tells a story of looking for friends and comfort in a place which is new. Although this isn’t a new theme, the author does justice via a very unique perspective of wordless story telling and narrative alternating.

Find it here: Library, Amazon


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This Little President

This Little President
by Joan Holub (author), Daniel Roode (Illustrator)

A “little” primer to American Presidents!

Joan Holub does it again! This time she brings a little introduction on American Presidents to baby board books

Written in verse, the author talks about many popular presidents and what they were most known for. For example George Washington the First President of our country

This little President Washington

This Little President introduces you to John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln,Ulysses S Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, John F Kennedy, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. The book ends with a portraiture of all the Presidents from Washington to Obama and ends with a little “?” and a “You” underneath.

 Anything can happen in the USA.

Hey! Maybe you’ll be president someday!

This Little President is a very accessible read to kids of all ages. I have to admit, I absolutely loved the art work. The cute mini figures of Presidents, their bold black eyes and simple smiley faces are simply adorable. One can’t help but think what an appropriate title “This Little President” makes for this book.

So whether you read this as a quick primer to Presidents or read this as part of regular read aloud time, “This Little President” will leave you smiling.. just like the lovely smiling faces inside this book.

Find it here: Library, Amazon


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My Forgotten Self

My Forgotten Self
by Lynyetta G. Willis PhD (Author), Michele Phillips (Illustrator)
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 My Forgotten Self is the story about a girl Tiev and her journey into self discovery. The story begins with Tiev wondering what she would be when she grew up. She discovers many wonderful things that she wants to do. An explorer or a performer, maybe an artist or a teacher. However, she discovers that every time she shares her dream with her near and dear ones, they discourage her or demotivate her. Finally, one day she shares her dream with her grandmother who encourages Tiev to do “more”. Tiev hears her own inner voice re-assuring her that she could succeed at many things.

I struggled hard to enjoy this story line. I also didn’t find kid appeal in the book. I like the idea or the theme of self-discovery, however, the predominant negative theme that the book opens with was not appealing. The author clearly had good intentions and a strong desire to empower children in the face of negativity. However, there was so much lacking that it left me disappointed.

First, this was a story of a young girl of color deduced only through artwork. This book was also presented as a “Diversity” reading. However no where in the story does the character stand out based on her background or culture. Just because the book is about a child of color, does not equate to building an understanding of culture. It did seem like a lost opportunity.

Secondly, the title “My Forgotten Self” itself felt misrepresented. I expected the child to follow a path not of her choosing and then course correct as a matter of self discovery — hence the title “Forgotten Self”. However, that was not the case.

Also, I really failed to see the kid appeal. To relate such a challenging abstract concepts as “self discovery” or “empowerment” and “enlightenment”; there needs to be extremely strong story telling AND character building.

Finally, I would love for this work to really come to life. The idea of showing choices but being beaten down by reality .. the theme had such potential. I wish the illustrations had brought that to life.

Overall, I felt really let down by “My Forgotten Self”. I wish there was more and that the author / illustrator had put more thought into the character building as well as showcasing the situation better.

FTC DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of the above books from the publishers for an honest opinion. I have NOT received any compensation for this review. All reviews and opinions are entirely my own!

 From MCCBD team:

Our Mission: The MCCBD team’s mission to spread the word and raise awareness about the importance of diversity in children’s literature. Our young readers need to see themselves within the pages of a book and experience other cultures, languages, traditions and religions within the pages of a book. We encourage readers, parents, teachers, caregivers and librarians to follow along the fun book reviews, author visits, event details, a multicultural children’s book linky and via our hashtag (#ReadYourWorld) on Twitter and other social media.

The co-creators of this unique event are Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press. You can find a bio for Mia and Valarie here.

Sponsor Mentions

Multicultural Children’s Book day 2016 Medallion Level Sponsors! #ReadYourWorld

Platinum: Wisdom Tales Press * StoryQuest Books*Lil Libros

Gold: Author Tori Nighthawk*Candlewick Press

Silver: Lee and Low Books*Chronicle Books*Capstone Young Readers

Bronze: Pomelo BooksAuthor Jacqueline Woodson*Papa Lemon BooksGoosebottom Books*Author Gleeson Rebello*ShoutMouse Press*Author Mahvash ShaheghChina Institute.org*

CoHosts-Multicultural Children’s Book Day has 12 amazing Co-Host and you can view them here.

Classroom Reading Challenge:Help spread the word on our  Classroom Reading Challenge . This very special offering from MCCBD offers teachers and classrooms the chance to (very easily) earn a free hardcover multicultural children’s book for their classroom library. These books are not only donated by the Junior Library Guild, but they are pre-screened and approved by them as well.


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Ira’s Shakespeare Dream

Ira’s Shakespeare Dream
by Glenda Armand (Author) , Floyd Cooper (Illustrator)

Dreams DO come true!

 Ira Aldridge, born in the late 1800s, had always known that he wanted to become an actor. Specifically, he wanted a role in William Shakespeare’s plays. Standing high on the balcony, Ira would watch and memorize the lines of the current Shakespeare play. In his school, Ira would pace back and forth and recite lines from Hamlet expertly. Listeners would heartily compliment his skills and his delivery.

Ira's Shakespeare Dream reciting

Ira was convinced that he wanted to pursue a career performing. But his teacher reminded him that only white actors performed in plays in America at that time. Ira decided to share with his pa, his big Shakespeare Dream. But Pa was less than convinced about his son’s chosen path. He even called Ira’s Shakespeare dream foolish. Despite all the negativity, Ira wouldn’t give up on his dream. He would sneak out to watch plays in the new theaters nearby.

One day Ira decided to leave home in pursuit of his dream. He headed to London where he found work running errands at small theaters. He also became an understudy and finally after waiting for months, Ira got his chance.

Ira’s performance was very well received. A few scoffed and remarked that Ira needed more training. And few more insisted that Ira should not play “white actor roles”. But Ira was not to be discouraged. He knew he had to work hard, study and prove that he was an actor worthy of any Shakespeare play.

Ira's Shakespeare Dream finally

This is a well written picture book biography of an African American actor, Ira Alderidge. This is the story of an actor who didn’t receive recognition for his excellent skills in America, but he earned his stars abroad. Ira Alderidge was considered one of the best Shakespearean actor of his time.

Beautiful oil painted illustrations capture the stage and drama in its splendor. We loved reading Ira’s spellbinding delivery of Othello on stage. This is a true story of grit, determination, hard work and above all a desire to pursue a dream amongst hardships.

Ira’s Shakespeare Dream is an excellent addition to any non-fiction collection. A well-researched, African American biography, a diversity read for every age group really.. Highly recommended!

Find it here: Library, Amazon

FTC DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of the above books from the publishers for an honest opinion. I have NOT received any compensation for this review. All reviews and opinions are entirely my own!


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Multicultural Children’s Book Day

Multicultural Children’s Book Day

Please join in me in celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day this week. We love to read books from different cultures and love to participate in multicultural activities! As part of an effort to promote multicultural reading, I have joined hands with a fantastic groups of passionate bloggers to bring forth some unique kidlit!

Here is their Mission Statement:

Our mission is to not only raise awareness for the kid’s books that celebrate diversity, but to get more of these of books into classrooms and libraries.

 Two books from Chinese culture were chosen for book review at Stacking Books. Here is a sneak peek!

Bowls of Happiness

Bowls of Happiness: Culture and heritage at its best!

This is a story about little “piggy” and her mom who is making a special bowl for her. In  Chinese culture, making a bowl is an intricate process. Every color and item is chosen carefully as each of these elements have a deeper meaning. As mom adds first the base color, and then symbols, we learn about what they symbolize. This book is just lovely!

Beautifully illustrated, each spread shows a detail of the bowl and the text matches it up with what the symbol or color depict. The book is divided into a story and then followed up with an activity plus a section which highlights different types of bowls, the artwork on these bowls and their symbolic meaning in the Chinese culture. The activity, as you might guess is to create your own bowl.

I really enjoyed reading this book. The Chinese artwork is captivating, the colors are lively and to read about the symbolism from a cultural perspective was enlightening. I definitely learned something new about the culture. A beautiful way to capture tradition, culture and pass it on to the younger generation. Don’t miss this one!

Find it here: Amazon

What was it like Mr Emperor

What was it like Mr. Emperor?

How was it like to grow up to become the emperor of the Forbidden City? As a child, what was the routine for an emperor? What happened if the first born was a girl and not a boy? Were there any girl emperor’s in those days?

These are a few of the questions that the book attempts to answer. Written in a dialogue mode between a child of today asking the questions, the author leads you through “a day in
the life of a Emperor”. This book is packed with tons of information and written to suit a younger audience. Readers will enjoy comparing the life style of a child from that era to
their lives today. The bold black outlined illustrations are kid friendly.  Overall an interesting take on Chinese history and culture. Recommended for ages 8+

Find it here: Library, Amazon

FTC DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of the above books from the publishers for an honest opinion. I have NOT received any compensation for this review. All reviews and opinions are entirely my own!

 From MCCBD team:

Our Mission: The MCCBD team’s mission to spread the word and raise awareness about the importance of diversity in children’s literature. Our young readers need to see themselves within the pages of a book and experience other cultures, languages, traditions and religions within the pages of a book. We encourage readers, parents, teachers, caregivers and librarians to follow along the fun book reviews, author visits, event details, a multicultural children’s book linky and via our hashtag (#ReadYourWorld) on Twitter and other social media.

The co-creators of this unique event are Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press. You can find a bio for Mia and Valarie here.

Sponsor Mentions

Multicultural Children’s Book day 2016 Medallion Level Sponsors! #ReadYourWorld

Platinum: Wisdom Tales Press * StoryQuest Books*Lil Libros

Gold: Author Tori Nighthawk*Candlewick Press

Silver: Lee and Low Books*Chronicle Books*Capstone Young Readers

Bronze: Pomelo BooksAuthor Jacqueline Woodson*Papa Lemon BooksGoosebottom Books*Author Gleeson Rebello*ShoutMouse Press*Author Mahvash ShaheghChina Institute.org*

CoHosts-Multicultural Children’s Book Day has 12 amazing Co-Host and you can view them here.

Classroom Reading Challenge:Help spread the word on our  Classroom Reading Challenge . This very special offering from MCCBD offers teachers and classrooms the chance to (very easily) earn a free hardcover multicultural children’s book for their classroom library. These books are not only donated by the Junior Library Guild, but they are pre-screened and approved by them as well.


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Goodnight Selfie

Goodnight Selfie
by  Scott Menchin (Author), Pierre Collet-Derby (Illustrator)

Selfie taking obsession!

 A little girl gets her brother’s old camera phone. Her brother also showed her how to take a selfie! With a few tries, she is able to take a really good selfie! There it is!!!

Goodnight Selfie inside

Now little girl can take a selfie anytime she wants. When she wakes up with and her hair is all crazy… when she brushes her teeth.. when she puts too much jam on her toast and eats it!

Little girl can’t stop taking selfies! She is trying all kinds of  poses, and in all kinds of places. After a whole lot of days of many many more selfies, mom has an idea. “Why not take a picture of others in it?” she suggests. Will little girl take the hint and turn away from selfies?

Goodnight Selfie inside2

I am not personally into taking selfies, but found this book a real fun read. My 8 year old was also mildly amused at the selfie taking obsession going on in the book. We both really enjoyed reading this one. This book reminds me of when kids become obsessed with a new game and will obsess over it for a while until something else comes along We also really liked the illustrations. The sharp lines and crayon coloring makes this a fun book for kids to read.

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FTC DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of the above books from the publishers for an honest opinion. I have NOT received any compensation for this review. All reviews and opinions are entirely my own!

Find it here: Library, Amazon

 


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Casey’s Bright Red Chhristmas

Casey’s Bright Red Chhristmas
by  Holly Dufek (Author), Paul Nunn (Illustrator)

A Christmas tale!

 It’s Christmas time on the farm. Casey and her friend Tillus, the worm, are excited about Christmas day! So many things to do and so little time! Casey has to finish her chores before she can start setting up the farm for Christmas.

Casey chores

“A-choo!” Casey sneezes. It looks like she is certainly coming down with a cold. But she has to finish her chores. So off she goes to clean the stalls. As she cleans up, she notices the box of Christmas lights. She takes them to the shed for decoration after she finishes her chores.

“A-choo!” she sneezes again! As she makes her way to the shed with the Christmas lights, she notices that the fence is broken. She immediately sets about to fix it.

She sniffles and sneezes but manages to finish the gate. Inside the shed she finds a box full of stockings that needs to be hung before tonight. “There’s so much to do!” she murmurs to herself and starts to hang the stockings. Thinking about chores, she starts to think about all the remaining chores. How is she ever going to finish and start decorating for the party?

Casey warms herself a bowl of soup as Tillus looks upon his tired friend. But Casey’s eyes are closing.. she falls asleep at the table. Its up to Tillus now to figure out how to help Casey make the best of Christmas!

Casey's Bright Red Christmas help

“Casey’s Bright Red Christmas” is a great addition to Casey & Tillus series of farm tales. Although this is a Christmas tale, the story runs a theme of team work and friendship. Bright Christmas themed colors run through the tale, making this a lovely book to read for holidays.

FTC DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of the above books from the publishers for an honest opinion. I have NOT received any compensation for this review. All reviews and opinions are entirely my own!

Find more here: Library, Amazon


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The Not Very merry Pout-Pout Fish

The Not Very merry Pout-Pout Fish
by  Deborah Diesen(Author), Dan hanna(Illustrator)

Search for the Perfect Gift!

 

 

Mr. Fish is back in this new installment in the beloved “Pout Pout Fish” series of books. This time he is faced with a new dilemma. Mr Fish needs to find the “PERFECT” gift for all his friends. And he has a good idea of what a perfect gift looks like. In his own words:

 

A gift should be big,
And a gift should be bright.
And a gift should be perfect-
Guaranteed to bring delight.
And a gift should have meaning
Plus a bit of bling-zing,
So I’ll shop till I drop
For each just-right thing!

Mr Fish is ready to shop till he drops! He goes to the first store and finds many shiny things… too many things! How is poor Mr. Fish to decide?

Pout Pout Fish Christmas Inside

Its a busy shopping season. Fishes and sea creatures all around are in a tizzy crowd looking for the seasons best “thing”. Unfortunately for Mr. Fish, they are all SOLD OUT!!!

Poor Mr Fish is busy going from shop to shop. Soon its too late and stores are all closed or sold out. Whatever is Mr Fish going to do now??

In yet another fabulously silly and fun rhyme, author Deborah Diesen and illustrator Dan Hanna, give us a heart warming tale of Mr Fish’s deary weary woes and how one special friend lends a helping hand to find the TRUE meaning of Christmas cheer and giving.

A wonderful read aloud (once again), “The Not Very Merry Pout Pout Fish” comes to us at the right time reminding us about the true holiday spirit!

A BIG Thank You to MacmillanChildren’s Publishing group for hosting a GIVEAWAY of a copy of “The Not Very Merry Pout-Pout Fish”!!!

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Find it here: Library, Amazon

FTC DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of the book from the publishers for an honest opinion. I have NOT received any compensation for this review. All reviews and opinions are entirely my own!


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