Smorgasbord Children’s Cafe and Bookstore – Share your review – Sam the Speedy Sloth by Matthew Ralph reviewed by Barbara Ann Mojica

Welcome to the series where you can share your reviews for any children’s books you have read recently and posted on your blog, Amazon, Goodreads or any other online bookstore. If you would like more details here is the post that explains how it works: Showcasing Children’s books

This week children’s author Barbara Ann Mojica shares here review of Sam the Speedy Sloth by Matthew Ralph.

About the book

Sloths are slow, right? Think again! Packed with colorful rainforest and animal illustrations, this rhyming picture book follows Sam The Speedy Sloth as he goes on a jungle adventure. This is a sloth book like no other.

Sam’s Mom hugged him and looked at her son. “There’s no one like you. You’re the only one. Comparing yourself to others, won’t get you far. Learn to love how unique you are.”

Challenging the other rain forest animals to a race, Sam learns some important life lessons along the way about being unique, self-confident and not comparing yourself to others. Children will also find a bunch of fun learning activities, including spot the difference, a word search and even fact files for the jungle animals in this book.

Perfect for all children of all ages, who will love listening to Sam’s adventure, which makes Sam the Speedy Sloth ideal for bedtime stories, group reading, or one-on-one with loving parents or grandparents. It is also perfect for special occasions and makes a cute birthday, Christmas or baby shower gift.

Barbara’s review for the book

Sam is an unusual sloth. Unlike the rest of his species, Sam does not enjoy sleeping or staying inactive. One day he searches the rainforest for a playmate.

He meets Tammy the Toucan, Amy the Armadillo, and Oscar the Otto. Each has a favorite game, but they do not share the same set of skills. Will they be able to find a game in which each can use their unique talent to excel?

This charmingly illustrated picture book teaches children about animals of the South American jungle. They also learn that individual differences are not a roadblock to friendship and shared activities.

This book is a good choice for preschoolers as well as primary grade readers. In addition to the tale, readers are challenged by interactive activities like finding the hidden fruits, spotting the differences in pictures, word scrambles, and a fun fact pages on each of the animals featured in the book.

Read the reviews and buy the book: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK

A selection of other books by Matthew Ralph

About Matthew Ralph

Matthew Ralph is a best-selling children’s book author who lives in London, England.

When he is not busy writing his next book, he enjoys drinking tea, eating fish & chips and waving at The Queen.

Read all the reviews and buy the books: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK – Website: Matt Ralph Writer – Follow Matt: Goodreads – Twitter: @mattralphwriter – Facebook: Matt Ralph the Writer

The reviewer Barbara Ann Mojica is celebrating the release of her latest history book…Little Miss HISTORY Travels to INDEPENDENCE HALL & The Museum of the American Revolution

About the book

The United States Constitution is the oldest federal constitution in existence. This document, along with the Bill of Rights, lays out the rights and responsibilities of its citizens. The Founding Fathers embraced the principles of the Enlightenment and a vision of liberty and justice for all. Trace their footsteps at Independence Hall and the Museum of the American Revolution.

Head over to buy the book: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK – Other devicesBarnes & Noble

A selection of books by Barbara Ann Mojica

Barbara Ann Mojica, Buy: Amazon US – And Amazon UK – Follow Barbara Ann : Goodreads – Blog:  Barbara Ann Mojica – Twitter: @bamauthor


Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you have enjoyed this amazing selection of children’s books from Matt and Barbara… thanks Sally.

7 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Children’s Cafe and Bookstore – Share your review – Sam the Speedy Sloth by Matthew Ralph reviewed by Barbara Ann Mojica

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