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I review all genres and I post them in 22 spots. Check out previous posts and I'm sure you'll find several books to catch your interest. I am a published reviewer and an award winning one. I am one of the best reviewers around.

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

The Underground Toy Society Helps Beary Bear by Jessica D. Adams

      Janelle tool Beary Bear with her everywhere. He is her favorite toy. While the family is on a road trip, Beary gets left in a parking lot. Beary tries to get home before Janelle, but it doesn't happen. The Underground Toy Society helps Beary get back to Janelle. It's a very happy ending.

     Ms. Adams is an imaginative writer. She brings these toys alive and shares them with the reader. The characters are always fun to read about too. Well written, characters that will draw your littles in and such unique stories, you can't help but fall in love.

     I found no issues.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because you can almost see the toys come alive.

Monday, February 1, 2021

The Underground Toy Society Helps Ellie Elephant by Jessica D. Adams

     Janiece loves to go camping with her family. They always have so much fun. Janiece and her sister Janelle are packing some toys to take with them. Soon they are on their way. Janiece leaves her favorite toy, Ellie the Elephant on a swing. Ellie is worried but she remembers the Underground Toy Society. They help toys find their way home.

     What a wonderful take on how toys behave when we aren't watching. Love-able characters and top notch plotting keeps this story moving. Your little will love this story. They'll want to hear the story many times.  Ms. Adams has a lively imagination little will enjoy. Add this to your little's library.

     I found no issues.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because this book should be a movie.

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Manifesting 123: and you don't need #3 by Ken Elliott

     This is a basic instruction manual explaining how thoughts take form and how to use them. Wishes are a way of manifesting. Using lists and vision boards are a way of giving thoughts substance. Take time to work "your movie" and use details.  Simple concepts can be combined to make manifesting easier. Don't just carelessly toss this aside. It can work.

    Mr. Elliott made this an interesting read by being honest with the reader. It's well crafted and written.  I found myself using some of the techniques and they worked for me. I know you will have success as well.  Take your time and work the details as it says above. It can make you feel active, even while sleeping. Get this one and give it a try.

    I found no issues with this one. Well, one issues. I wish I'd had it sooner. 

    I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's tried and true.

You Can Prevent a Stroke by Joshua S. Yamamoto, Kristin E. Thomas

      As shocking as the title is, it's a new look at an old problem.  It really can be as simple as listening to your doctor and following instructions. If you can remember HART, you can prevent a stroke. What does it stand for? H- heart health, A- artery health, R- the rhythm of your heart and T- time to take a pill.  Aging is where the problems start.  How you handle aging makes a difference. Your doctor,  testing and exercising are how you can prevent a stroke.

     This book is easy to understand and very well written. With their knowledge and humor, the doctors make this a pleasant read.  It's a better way to share the information patients need. This book should be required reading for every human. It would save many more lives. Do add this to the TBR pile. You won't regret it.

     I didn't find any issues.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5  because it shares information in a better way than a lecture.

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Finders Keepers: An Almost Gothic Love Affair by Maggie Tideswell

      Lenora was excited about her pending marriage.  She'd met her future husband when she was a young girl and didn't remember him. She wondered what he'd be like. How he looked and what his house was like. After a dangerous trip to her future husband's home and the strange things happening when she arrived, Lenora was unsure she'd stay.

I must say, Ms. Tideswell out did herself on this book. I opened the book and was suddenly catapulted into another time. The pages flew by and the story became more interesting with each page, if that is possible.   Extremely well written with delightful characters who could step from the pages. You are watching for clues and trying to figure out who is the evil one. Your heart will go out to Lenora. After all she's just 18. Sometimes the creepy parts lure you in and then SLAM, someone's shut a door and your heart is in your throat. Keep moving through the book, you will love it when you are finished.  Ms. Tideswell is a master at her craft and this book is proof of that. I read the book in about 2 hours. That should tell you just how good it is. Get this book my friends! You will never regret it. Make Maggie Tideswell and auto buy.

     I found no issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's truly a splendid book!

Monday, December 21, 2020

Monster Under My Bed: Bath Time Song by Andy Owens

     Sally and Fluffy, her cat, don't like anything about bath time. They think getting a bath is boring.  Washing themselves is boring too. Brushing their teeth is boring. Sally tells Monster Maple her Mom and Dad wash her, brush her teeth and a couple other things. Sally also wets the bed because she doesn't use the bathroom before bedtime.  They soon find out, with Maple's help just how fun it can be.

     Well written with beautiful illustrations, this book is one your child will enjoy. It takes littles on a journey through bath time. I love how it explains everything so easily. The obstinate Sally finds out how much fun bath time can be. Bath time can be a problem. Some parents are unsure how to handle it. Mr. Owens book will solve the problem for you.  Get this book for the little in your lie! It's a must for children's libraries at home. This will work for boys or girls with minor changes. The idea of a friendly monster showing the way is terrific.

     I found only one issue. There isn't a book like this one for boys. Boys will pay better attention if they are learning from a boy and a friendly boy monster.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's right on target.