Saturday, February 7, 2015

{Review} ELIZA BLUEBELL by A.J. York

File Size: 1216 KB
Page Count: 58
Copyright: December 1, 2014

Book Summary:
(Taken from Amazon)

In the picture postcard village of Blossom Brook, Eliza Bluebell arrives changing the lives of the locals forever. With the help of her playful shadow, Eliza transforms an empty shop on the High Street into the heart and soul of the village. Find out how and read this fantastical story about friendship, butterflies and fairy cakes.

Mandy's Review:

Eliza's best friend is her shadow, which reminds me of Peter Pan. The difference between the two stories is that I remember Peter Pan's shadow being a little mischievous and Eliza's shadow is more helpful. Eliza herself is like a benevolent little angel. Wherever she goes, good things happen and she's always right on time. Eliza knows what people's needs are without having to be told and she always has what they need. When everyone's been helped as much as they can be, Eliza picks up her blue suitcase and leaves town.

What I like about A.J. York's stories are that they're whimsical enough to read during story time with your children. Each story is kid-friendly and teaches important lessons about friendship and how to treat others with kindness. I would recommend all of A.J. York's stories to those of you looking for something new to read to your kiddos.

*An ecopy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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