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Kid’s Reviews

By Lyda Whiting

 

THANK YOU, ANGELS!

Written by Doreen Virtue with Kristina Tracy

illustrated by Patricia Keeler

What do angels do all day? Do they play the harp and lounge around all day on clouds? Most of the time, they are working. They are helping other kids just like you. But first, you have to ask for their help.

Guardian angels can help calm your fears, give you courage, and surround you with protective light. They can help you feel better, whether you have a cold or are arguing with your best friend.

Best-selling author Doreen Virtue has once again written about the subject she is quite famous for — angels. This is her first book for children, and a welcome addition to her long list of must-reads.

This lovely and gentle book is a wonderful introduction to angels for children of all ages.

For ages 3 and up.

Published by Hay House, Inc., this book is available at your local bookstore.

 

THE DAY AN ANGEL RAN INTO MY ROOM

Written by Anabelle Valenzuela-Alarcon, illustrated by Sarah Latham

One night just before bed, a little girl has a visit from her guardian angel. The angel says she became visible to share important secrets. She tells the girl, since there is only one of you in the universe, each one makes a huge difference. Even though children look different, and have different parents, all of us are really family. And each child has a guardian angel. Even children without parents are never alone.

Children will love discovering all of the angel’s wonderful secrets. The illustrations of the child-like angel will make children feel comfortable and pull them into the story.

This book opens up opportunities to discuss big ideas with children in a loving and gentle way. For ages 3 to 6.

Published by Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co., this book is available at your local bookstore.

 

BEAUTIFUL GIRL:  CELEBRATING THE WONDERS OF YOUR BODY

Written by Christiane Northrup, M.D., with Kristina Tracy, illustrated by Aurelie Blanz

You are perfect just the way you are. Your body is like a magical garden, growing and changing and blooming. Treat yourself gently, just as you would that garden. Know your body is a miracle unfolding its secrets as you get older.

Every girl has wonderful gifts to discover as she grows. Boys have their own gifts, too. But this book is about the special gifts that only girls have.

Dr. Northrup has taught and written for women about wellness, health, and their bodies. This is her first children’s book, written to help girls develop a positive attitude about their bodies.

The beautiful, richly-colored illustrations create a sense of joy and peace. This would be a lovely book to read together at bedtime, or any time.

Highly recommended for all girls.

Published by Hay House, Inc., this book is available at your local bookstore.

 

HOW ROLAND ROLLS

Written by Jim Carrey, illustrated by Rob Nason

Roland is a wave who loves rolling through the ocean with his friends. Roland made friends with a glimmering wave named Shimmer. The two waves loved rolling together through the ocean. One day they were frightened when they saw land; they thought a wave could not survive the shore. But they kept on rolling, and they crashed on the beach together. They got all mixed up, but it didn’t feel bad at all. Suddenly, they realized they were really the whole big ocean, and more. They were in all of the rivers, the puddles, and the ice.  They were in everything the whole world over.

This charming book will have children giggling, even as they realize they are like Roland — not little, but connected to everything. The rhyming story is lively, and the funny illustrations keep the story rolling.

Highly recommended for ages 3 to 5.

Published by Some Kind of Garden, Inc., this book is available at your local bookstore.