Delighted to share my review for the latest children’s book by Eloise de Sousa.. Space Dust which is available in print.
About Space Dust
We’re going on a trip in Big Ox’s canoe. Watch the fire bears roar on Venus as pepper pot trees grow on the moon. As Big Ox steers us to the planets, Litte One wonders if Mum will come home soon.
My review for Space Dust
A wonderful journey around the planets in a canoe paddled by a favourite spoon that will delight younger readers, and those reading the story to them. There are beautifully colourful illustrations between the stages of the trip, which will encourage a pause in the storytelling, offering an opportunity to discuss the journey so far. The two main characters, Big Ox and Little One are lovable travel companions as they head off in search of Little One’s mum. and discover creatures such as sea horses swimming in creamy mushroom soup. It is also an excellent introduction to our solar system for young children, and definitely a book to stimulate imagination and creativity.
At this time of year I am always looking out for print books for children for Christmas gifts that they can physically hold and enjoy many times. I can recommend Space Dust as a perfect example of this.
The book is in print and available at LULU books: http://www.lulu.com/shop/eloise-de-sousa/space-dust/paperback/product-24212518.html
And also on Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0244808430
And Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0244808430
A small selection of other books by Eloise de Sousa
Read the reviews and buy the books: https://www.amazon.com/Eloise-De-Sousa/e/B00JKTFVXI
And on Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eloise-De-Sousa/e/B00JKTFVXI
Read the reviews on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7781215.Eloise_De_Sousa
About Eloise de Sousa
Finding heroes and villains is easy – capturing their essence in a story is harder.
Eloise thrives on creating characters that make you want to reach into the book and shake them, hug them or arrest them. Her children’s books follow real life trends told through easy stories that face bullying or social issues which open children’s minds to the opportunity to question the world around them.
With the few books written thus far, Eloise plans to capture more villains and weave more tales to inspire or frighten her readers (whichever is appropriate!). She will be publishing a few more stories in the coming months.
Connect to Eloise
Thank you for dropping in today and I hope that you will head over to discover more about Eloise’s books. thanks Sally
You can find the other books that I recommend for children and adults in this directory: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/smorgasbord-book-reviews-2018-2019/