A very stubborn, bored, and uninspired cow is steadfast in her determination not to try something new. She is amusingly invited to join one animal after the next in an adventure with them, but sticks to her old habits. It is not until a chicken encourages her to jump over the moon that she decides to change her ways.
All in rhyme, and all with a smile, this story is one to delight every child, and subtly spark the spirit of adventure within them. It emphasizes the importance of trying something new — being adventurous and in the most whimsical way.
Charmingly illustrated in bright and happy colors.
This children’s picture book is part of the wonderful collection of children’s books by Sally Huss.
Huss has done it again. A wonderful children’s rhyming picture book that gives out a message to all kids, that if they put their mind to it, they can do things they thought they couldn’t. Five stars.
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From Amazon: Learning was everything to Mrs. Emerson. So when a new student was brought into her classroom, Mrs. Emerson was delighted because she discovered that this young man knew something that everyone needed to know. She told her class that Jack was just like everyone else, except for one thing – he had food allergies. “Would you like to explain that to us, Jack?” Jack proceeds to educate us all. This book is endorsed by Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Connection Team (FAACT), MedicAlert® Foundation, Elijah Alavi Foundation, The Love for Giovanni Foundation, No Nut Traveler, and Food Allergy Zone.Book Link
My Review: The illustrations are cute and story about a child with food allergies is told in a way that all kids need to read and understand. Huss brought forth common questions that kids have about allergies and explained them in a way they understand.
Noel Kiss is a successful businessman, but adrift in his personal life. After he reconnects with his twin sister, Noel realizes he’s bored, lonely, and searching for a change. That change might be waiting for him in Snowberry, Minnesota.
Savannah Hart is known in Snowberry as ‘the smile maker’. She has poured blood, sweat, and tears into her flower emporium and loves spreading cheer throughout the community. She uses those colorful petals to hide her secrets from the people of Snowberry, but there’s one man who can see right through them.
On December twenty-fourth, life changes for both Noel and Savannah. He finds a reason for change, and she finds the answer to a prayer. Desperate for relief, Savannah accepts Noel’s crazy proposal, telling herself it will be easy to say goodbye when the time comes, but she’s fooling no one. Noel has until Valentine’s Day to convince Savannah his arms are the shelter she’s been yearning for. If he can’t, the only thing he’ll be holding on February 14th is a broken heart.
This book by Mettner is simply wonderful. Love is in abundance, as it should be in a romance, and there are many tender moments when painful past life issues keep a person distant from the one they love. A battered woman issue completes this novel and all the feels are included. My ex was just as abusive and so I can relate in many ways. Five stars. Get your copy here!
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