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Children’s Book Review- Lazy Bugs by Imagine Brothers
by Imagine Brothers
Kindle Edition, 32 pages
Published: June 29, 2012
by Head and Heart
Book Source: Bought
Book Description: What if there are imaginary bugs, which live by feeding on the laziness of people.
These Lazy Bugs try hard to find food – your kid’s and YOUR LAZINESS!
These Lazy bugs always live with a lazy family who feed them well every day.
Watch out for these Lazy Bugs because
THEY ARE LOOKING FOR YOUR FAMILY’S LAZINESS TOO!
Ironically they are VERY DILIGENT to find their food ….
Mary’s Review: I really loved this book. It reminded me of my grandchildren. Lazy Bugs would have a field day in my house. They’d never have to move out. It also reminds me that there is more to life than laying around the house watching TV and wasting life away. Time is precious and priceless and the way we use it is of the utmost importance. We should live life everyday as if it is the last day we have.
http://www.imaginebrothers.com for more stories about Imagine Brothers.
Children’s Ebook Review- Duckfish
by A. J. Cosmo
Kindle Edition, 25 pages
Published: April 12, 2012
by Thought Bubble
Book Source: Bought
Book Description: A tortoise and a hare took a walk in a park and found a very odd animal indeed. With the bill of a duck and the gills of a fish, what ever could this strange creature be?
Mary’s Review: A tortoise and a hare while walking one day come across a Duckfish, a creature that is strange to them – something they had never seen before. They argued about what it was, asked the Duckfish what kind of creature it was and when it didn’t answer, decided it was rude and they became judgmental and walked away leaving Duckfish alone and not caring.
I think here, we should not be judgemental of others or what we don’t understand. We should be understanding and accepting of others and their differences.
The illustrations are not as interesting as they could be and my grandchildren really didn’t appreciate the value of the moral.
I recommend this book for older children ages 7-10.
About The Author: A J Cosmo taught second grade special needs. All of the kids sat in a circle. If they behaved, they got to eat lunch with the teacher! Everyone wanted to be in that class, even the other teachers! Now A J spends his days helping people find their way in the world. He loves to write and entertain.
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