Nothing To It
The writing was good, with the occasional misspelled word, or missing word.
Example: "...have to up and down the stairs...".
...and inventive, to be sure, but I had a difficult time with the level of violence and ignorance portrayed; especially as this is a middle-grade read.
...and with some editing could really be great.
Started losing me in Chapter One
Why? Because of the infantile dialogue and writing style plus a forced plot.
My kids were so excited to read it
‘I am Proud of Who I am: I hope you are too’ Book 2 is a continuation of the books in the ‘I am Proud’ series. A total of 15 books are to be completed.
I have always loved learning about other’s cultures, countries, folk lore, etc. it doesn’t matter what it is, I find it fascinating. This book does more than that, it not only shares a piece of what is different and interesting in each country but also shows that we have similarities as well, that we all dream.
Realistic dialogue and characters
Felicia the feline and Zeus the dog go on an adventure to a place called Ehtaria.
Very Well Done
Received an ARC in exchange for an honest opinion, and that opinion is that this is a great graphic novel.
The writing was well done. I didn't see any flaws. The story was a bit ho-hum, but I get that it's meant for young children.
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