Oliver and Jumpy are at it again. They love to go on adventures and share their stories with us. They seem to be able to do most anything and they make friends while doing it. As is the format, there are three stories included in each book. The first one is Letter In A Bottle. The second is Oliver Meeting Jumpy and the third is Enchanted Forest.
Story 28 Foxy had been naughty again. His mother tells him to write an essay about how to better himself. Bored and looking for fun, Foxy writes a note asking for help. He says in the note he's being treated badly. Foxy puts the note in a bottle and throws it into the stream near his window. What happens next?
Story 29 is when Oliver meets Jumpy for the first time. Oliver and friends go on safari. They are looking for rare flowers. As they look for them, they hear a call for help. They find Jumpy and rescue her. They take her to the doctor. That's how they became great friends.
Story 30 there is a castle on top of a hill. It's very old. Oliver and Jumpy decide to explore. They find the doorway to another world. A witch put a spell on all of the soldiers and now they were trees. Oliver uses his magic wand to change them back. Will the witch be upset?
This is a favorite series of mine. Each one is just the right size for nap time or bedtime. The illustrations are colorful and engaging. The main reason I love this series is because it teaches a lesson. We all know kids learn better if it's fun. Well written with even the youngest child in mind, you can't go wrong by adding these to your child's library. I know your child will ask you to read them again and again.
I found no issues.
I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's perfect for little ones.