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Review of One cat, two cat, new Cat:

One Cat, Two Cat, New Cat! by [Michele Keyes, David Keyes, Ammar Degas]
 cute, with bright illustrations and cute rhymesReviewed in the United States on May 21, 2020Verified PurchaseOne Cat, Two Cat, New Cat is a cute book. The illustrations are big and colorful; great for very young children. It’s an enjoyable story with rhyming verse. I recommend it.review by children’s author Deanie Humphrys-Dunnecopyright; 2020 Deanie Humphrys-DunneThe post Review of One cat, two cat, new Cat: appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne.wordpress.com.Original link
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Review of Drystan the Dragon and Friends: book 2

Drystan the Dragon and Friends Series, Book 2: Damara Helps Drystan Find His Roar by [Janice Spina, John Spina]
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne5.0 out of 5 stars You’ll love Drystan and Damara’s story!Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2020Gifted author, Janice Spina has crafted another lovely book for little ones. In this second book in her series of dragon stories, Damara the little green dragon is proud of the fact she is different. She never worries about what other people think. In her travels she meets Drystan, a dragon who can’ t roar. Damara sets out to solve the problem. Did it happen because Drystan ate to many frogs, or fish? Was it something else? Damara and Drystan each learn important lessons from their experience. Young children are sure to remember this story and the messages it shares.R...
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Review of A Barrel Racer’s Dream: A Western Adventure for kids 4-8

A Barrel Racer's Dream: A Western Rodeo Adventure for Kids Ages 4-8 (Rocking Horse Rodeo Book 1) by [M.D. Ford, Harry Aveira]
5.0 out of 5 stars Little ones will love this cute storyReviewed in the United States on April 16, 2020Verified PurchaseThe first in this rodeo book series is fun and educational. Readers will meet Dee and her best friend; her horse Hank.Dee and Hank love barrel racing where she has to guide him between the barrels in the fastest time possible. She has worked hard.Dee and Hank are confident and ready for the big event. Dee is dreaming of the day when she and Hank can really feel the excitement of barrel racing. Young children will enjoy the story and bright illustrations, along with the puzzles and games at the end. The story will also educate readers about some of the equipment riders and h...
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Review of My Little First School

My Lil' First School (The BROOKE LYNN Adventures Book 3) by [Toby A. Williams, Corrina Holyoake, Sue Campion]
Brooke Lynn is nervous about her first day of school, but her family has helped her learn what to expect. Throughout the story, she shows kindness by her behavior, such as sharing her lunch with a student who didn’t have one and thanking the teacher at the end of the class. The story will help young readers learn what to expect on their first day of school.I thought the small print was somewhat difficult to read in the Kindle version. But I liked the story and the questions and answers at the end.review by children’s author, Deanie Humphrys-Dunnecopyright 2020 Deanie Humphrys-DunneThe post Review of My Little First School appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne.wordpress.com.Original link
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A hole in the Fence review


 fine book about friendship and solving mysteriesReviewed in the United States on March 18, 2020Format: Kindle EditionVerified PurchaseI enjoyed this book a great deal. It’s about three children,parents and grandparents who form a friendship and help each other through difficult times. Some of the grandparents help the children to cope with loss, loneliness and discovering faith, as well as the gifts you have been given. It’s a book that will touch your heart and I think you’ll find it unforgettable. The post A hole in the Fence review appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne.wordpress.com.Original link
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My review of Abby and Holly: The Hidden Staircase


Another exciting tale by Janice SpinaReviewed in the United States on March 6, 2020Format: Kindle EditionThis is the newest book in the series of books about Abby and Holly, cousins who live in an old, mysterious house. This time, the young ladies are searching for missing pieces of a puzzle. Why were Annabelle’s ashes left in the attic? Where did the antique jewels come from and who left them in the attic. Why did Annabelle die young? There are lots of intriguing twists in the plot to keep readers eager to learn what happens next.Abby and Holly traveled back in time to look for answers to all of their questions. Readers will love this story and the other books by gifted author, Janice Spina...
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What can horseback riding do for you?

Some of you may know how horses changed my life completely, thanks to the determination of my dad. Horses made my dreams come true. But it doesn’t only help children who have trouble walking. Riding can build self-esteem and much more. Here’s an article about how horses can benefit children with autism and ADHD. I hope you enjoy the article.https://thehorse.com/184472/study-horseback-riding-helps-kids-with-autism-adhd/?fbclid=IwAR06IiYtgnjjJXXys3u0w_3ey9xCKhafF3oVN17lI6-yx-nnbrWpisQSTtAThe post What can horseback riding do for you? appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne.wordpress.com.Original link
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Do you want a pony? What are some of the things you should do?


Holly and Goldie from My Life at SweetbrierLet’s imagine you dream of nothing but owing a pony. What should you do first? Here’s a checklist for you.I’d recommend you take lessons for quite a while before you think about having your parents buy a pony because you need some experience and skills at riding first. Is riding your passion? Can your parents afford to board your pony locally?Make sure you learn how to care for your pony before you consider buying one. If you only ride your pony and don’t spend time caring for him, you are not likely to have a special bond with your equine partner.Have your teacher come with you when you’re looking for a pony unless your parents happen to be profess...
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Review of Drystan the Dragon and Friends


5.0 out of 5 stars Full of fun and learning for the little onesReviewed in the United States on February 5, 2020Format: Kindle EditionRenowned author Janice Spina has created another masterpiece for the little ones. They’ll love reading or hearing about two dragon friends who go on an adventure. Readers will meet Drystan, a bright red dragon and his new friend, Durward, who is blue. What happens to Durward when he’s excited? What do the dragons do on their adventure? They have an opportunity to be heroes by helping a group of little birds. There is no doubt children will love this tale and want to read it again and again. They are sure to enjoy the colorful illustrations by Janice’s as well....
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Review for What’s my Instrument?


An endearing, amusing story little ones will enjoyReviewed in the United States on January 29, 2020Format: Kindle EditionVerified PurchaseMarilyn Mongoose dreamed of starting a band. With that in mind, she tried various instruments and had disastrous results, even breaking windows with the sound. Just when she was getting discouraged, Marilyn started singing and she found her special talent. Little ones will enjoy the rhymes and the pictures in this story. I recommend it.Review by children’s author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne copyright 2020 Deanie Humphrys-DunneThe post Review for What’s my Instrument? appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne.wordpress.com.Original link
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Review of Uncle Willy; Topsy Turvy book 3


 Extraordinary fun and learning for the little ones!Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2020 Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase Sarah Mazor writes wonderful, educational and entertaining stories for young children and book 3 of Uncle Willy’s Bedtime Story: Topsy Turvy won’t disappoint you. The setting is a mixed up town called ComeGo, where people and animals are never quite what you’d expect. For example, at night, instead of wearing pajamas, the little ones sleep in their best suits. Generally, you’d see a horse pulling a cart, but in ComeGo, you’ll be surprised to see the horse sitting proudly on the seat,while a person tows the cart! When you meet the cows, they don’t moo. ...
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Review of: Once Upon a Time: Bedtime with a Smile Picture Books (Bedtime Stories with Uncle Willy Book 1)


 You’ll Love this bedtime story!Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2019Format: PaperbackI loved this “Once Upon A Time” bedtime story starring Silly Uncle Willy. The enchanting rhymes will keep you smiling and have young children enjoying every second of the story. They’ll want to read it over and over again. You’ll have trouble choosing a favorite part. It might be the pail delivering the mail, or the chimney dressed in a blouse, or the chubby cookbook stirring the kettle. You’re sure to find this book delightful from cover to cover. And, not only that, but at the end, you’ll enjoy riddles to engage children and help them gain knowledge. I give this book my highest recommendation.Re...
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Review of Benjamin’s Adventures-Book 3


4.0 out of 5 stars Exciting tale about Benjamin and an alligatorReviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020 Format: Kindle EditionLittle Benjamin goes fishing with his dad. But what happens when Dad falls asleep? Benjamin meets a new friend named Albert the alligator. At first, the little boy is afraid because of what he has heard about alligators. But it turns out Albert is not what Benjamin expected and they become friends It’s a cute story for children and has lovely illustrations. It will show little ones not to believe everything they hear, but they would need to understand that in real life, alligators are dangerous, in my view.Review by children’s author Deanie Humphrys-DunneCop...
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Review of Bees Like Flowers


5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely adorable illustrations and story. Perfect for little ones!Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2020Format: Paperback“Bees Like Flowers” is adorable and engaging for little children. The illustrations are adorable and the text is easy for them to understand. The story explains what bees do and why flowers like them. It’s an important nature lesson for little ones and they will love reading or hearing the story over and over again. Congratulations to the author for your wonderful book. A five-star read.Review by children’s author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne copyright 2020: Deanie Humphrys-The post Review of Bees Like Flowers appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne...
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Review of Little Miss History Travels to Tombstone


I loved Barbara Mojica’s new book, Little Miss History Travels to Tombstone. When you read this book you’ll learn so many things about the town of Tombstone, AZ. For example, did you know Ed Shiefflin was an Army scout who dreamed of becoming a prospector. His first mine failed, but the second one, called “Lucky Cuss” was one of the most successful ever. Word spread about the new riches in Tombstone and many other people settled there. Before long, the population grew from one hundred to 14,000! Not only that, but also, there were schools, churches, and even a bowling alley.Who were the Earp Brothers and what famous gunfight happened in Tombstone? How can you see some of the items from the e...
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Review of Sweetbriar’s: Finding Violet


5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing, riveting tale you’re sure to adore!Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2020Format: Kindle EditionVerified PurchaseHollie Anne Marsh has done it again! She’s penned a wonderful, suspenseful story that will certainly appeal to young readers. In the third of her Sweetbriar series, “Finding Violet,” readers will meet a young equestrian named Violet, who accidentally discovers she’s adopted. Understandably, this knowledge upends her life. Violet loves her adoptive parents but she realizes several stressful events are affecting their lives and she doesn’t want to add to the family’s distress. But hiding her problem from her parents is affecting her health bec...
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Jake the police horse won’t work without his tea!

Jake the police horse must be a little like me. I don’t wake up and think straight without my coffee in the morning. It’s a family tradition.Jake the police horse lives in England. He has a special big cup for his tea. Find out more about him by following this link:https://horseyhooves.com/jake-police-horse-drinking-tea/?fbclid=IwAR25BNRkKQS9hGW-ZDd9GeiDQwe6VlnJFnBfde1JaK0lxF4WflfxIaHeaEYjI think this story is so cute and endearing. Hope you enjoy it. As you may know, I grew up with horses. We had one horse named Laddie who had lots of personality. He was very relaxed about everything and he didn’t have a discriminating appetite. In fact, he ate someone’s watch one day and he nibbled on a st...
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Review of Samson

4.0 out of 5 stars cute book for little Onesin the United States on December 17, 2019Format: Kindle EditionVerified Samson is annoyed that he’s not the oldest like his big sister, Liza. Samson doesn’t like that Liza is bossy and gets what she wants. it’s cute and conveys a helpful message for children who might be in similar situations.Review by children’s author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne The post Review of Samson appeared first on deaniehumphrysdunne.wordpress.com.Original link
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Review of Finding Little Doggins


5.0 out of 5 starsA cute book with an important messageReviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019Format: Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseIn Finding Little Doggins, readers will see that Little Doggins is missing. Naturally, his parents are distraught. But one big obstacle is all of the animals in town speak different languages.Once that issue is overcome, the animals unite to look for Little Doggins. The book shows it’s important to work together and solve problems. I liked the little puzzle at the back of the book, as well as the prayer. I recommend this story.Review by children’s author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne copyright 2019: Deanie Humphrys-DunneThe post Review of Finding Little Dog...
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One secret to success for the holidays

Did your parents give you sage advice to guide you? Mine did. Our mom reminded us “Be grateful for what you get, dear.” She’d tell us that often, especially if we were having something for dinner was not our favorite. Our poor mom had to cook all sorts of exotic dishes like cow’s tongue, and kidney stew, yikes. Our dad liked trying new things and he’d run into these unusual dishes in his travels.I think counting your blessings is of great benefit because you are a happier person and you’ll attract gladness. Did you ever notice when your day starts out with little things going wrong, it tends to continue that way? Could it be because you’re focused on the negative things? Isn’t it true if you...
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