Category Archives: Young Readers

THE OIL CHANGE: Grandpa’s Garage

Book Review by David Korson for Readers’ Favorite D.A. Northup shares the mechanics of an oil change thoroughly yet uncomplicatedly, always keeping safety at the forefront. Even though the characters’ descriptions are minimal, it is easy to picture them through the child’s curiosity and comprehension and through Grandpa’s wisdom and gentleness. Frequent images punctuate the narrative, offering glimpses of the tools and

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My Book Review of Perfectly Me (Inspired Kids Book 1)

Perfectly Me by Mary Elizabeth Jackson My rating: 5 of 5 stars I read this charming story with my youngest granddaughter today and she absolutely loved it. She said the illustrations were “beautiful” and she remained highly engaged throughout the entire story. The only negative was that I had to decline when she asked me to sing the songs to

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Perfectly Me (Inspired Kids Book 1) Why does my mom think I’m perfect? Poohlicious, as his mom affectionately calls him, teaches us that love is forgiving, kind, and accepting. Our imperfections don’t matter when we are loved. Do you see how perfect and loved you are? ——- This book is for children ages 3 to 8. Rated at a Flesch-Kincaid

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Readers’ Favorite Review of Boomer The Curious Bunny

Book Review by Astrid Iustulinfor Readers’ Favorite Meet Boomer who is a curious bunny. He lives in the forest with his less interested siblings. One day, Boomer sees a runner, decides to follow him, and finds himself in unknown places. What do you think he will do? Curious as he is, he decides to explore. What will Boomer see? First, he

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Readers’ Favorite Review of THE OIL CHANGE: Grandpa’s Garage

Book Review by David Korson for Readers’ Favorite The Oil Change by D.A. Northup offers a basic education on changing a vehicle’s motor oil, as experienced from a youngster’s perspective. During a visit with grandparents, the child is invited by Grandpa to assist with a routine oil change. The eager and helpful youngster gladly joins Grandpa. Inside the garage, the pair considers

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