Smorgasbord Children’s Reading Room – #Chocolate Robbie and Michael Cheadle, #Fishing Dawn Doig, #Wolves Elizabeth Jade

Welcome to the Children’s Reading Room with books for ages up to twelve years old.

The first authors today are Robbie and Michael Cheadle with a recent review for Sir Chocolate and the Ice Cream Rainbow Fairies Story and Cookbook

About the book

Join Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet on a fun adventure to discover why the milkshake rain is pale and white.

One of the recent reviews

D.L. Finn5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great combination book to give as a present!  Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2020

I love seeing Ms. Cheadle’s cooking creations on social media. They are always fun and creative. When it was time to buy my granddaughters a gift, I knew a book about fairies and cooking would be the perfect fit for my four- and five-year-old grandkids. Before wrapping the book up, I read it. I was charmed with the story, loved the recipes, and impressed mother and son wrote it. I look forward to reading this with my youngest grandchildren and then picking a recipe to make together. This is a great combination book to give as a present!

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

Other books in the Sir Chocolate Series

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Read the reviews and buy the books :Amazon US And:Amazon UK – Robbie on : Goodreads – blog: Robbie’s Inspiration- Twitter: @bakeandwrite

The next review is for Dawn Doig and Marisa’s First Fishing Trip (Big Shoe Bears and Friends Book 2) Dawn’s books are available in several languages

About the book

Marisa is flying to Gramma and Grampa’s house for a visit. One day, Grampa takes Marisa fishing for the first time. What did she catch? Who was there watching all along – can you find him? What an adventure!

One of the recent reviews for the book

Ms Queenie Clem 5.0 out of 5 stars Cute picture book  Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2020

When she goes to visit her grandparents, her Grampa takes her fishing for the first time. what does she catch?

This short story is about a bond between a grandchild and a grandparent. I really enjoyed the story. I love the illustrations. They went along with the story. The font size was great and was an easy read.

I give this picture book 5 stars.

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

A selection of books by Dawn Doig which are available in several languages.

Read the reviews and Buy Amazon US – And: Amazon UK – Follow Dawn: Goodreads –  Website:  Dawn Doig – Twitter: @Shoebears

The final author today is Elizabeth Jade with a recent review for Akea – The Power of Destiny (Book 1 in the Akea Series)

About the book

Akea is born into a family of sled dogs and a life that follows a predictable path, but from the day she first sees the lone wolf, Kazakh, Akea knows her future lies beyond the safety of her home. Kazakh is well aware of Akea’s destiny and the pack laws he will break to help her reach it. Regardless of the challenges ahead, he must make sure this young husky will be ready, even if it means his life.

This husky, wolf story is a new addition to the great animal fiction tradition of Jack London and Erin Hunter, where the story is told through the eyes of the animals. It is a captivating coming of age story which also teaches children about friendship, overcoming obstacles, and most importantly, that there is nothing wrong in being different; In fact, differences can be a force for good. Akea – The Power of Destiny is the first in a series of chapter books for seven to eleven year-olds.

One of the recent reviews for the book

When ‘Akea’ made its way through my letterbox this morning, I told myself I’d make a start on reading the first couple of chapters whilst I did a bit of exercise. An hour later, I was still on the exercise bike as I read the final page.

Akea’s a beautiful story about a husky that discovers she’s descended, partly, from wolves. She works to find her place in the wolf pack, balancing her wild instincts with the domestic husky and sled dog life she was born into. She bridges both worlds, eventually discovering acceptance in both.

This is a short novel. The ten chapters kept me occupied for about an hour, and I really enjoyed the experience. The length of the story meant that it was ideal to read in just one sitting, which is great as the compelling story kept me wanting to keep reading. Meanwhile, this novel is short enough that my young daughter can enjoy it without feeling too daunted. She’ll likely read it in smaller sittings, a chapter or two at a time.

This is a beautifully written novel that really captures the atmosphere of the forest, of sled dog life and of a young husky that wants to find where she belongs.

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

Also by Elizabeth Jade

Read the reviews and buy the books: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK – More reviews: Goodreads –  Websitehttps://www.elizabethjade.org – BlogElizabeth Jade –  FacebookAkea Wolf Stories – Twitter@akeawolfstories

 

Thanks for visiting today and I hope you will be leaving with some books..thanks Sally.

 

29 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Children’s Reading Room – #Chocolate Robbie and Michael Cheadle, #Fishing Dawn Doig, #Wolves Elizabeth Jade

      • The Sir Chocolate series looks like it would be tempting to any chocolate-craving palate!

        Akea sounds ideal for children just starting into chapter books. Even wee ones can enjoy chapter books, though. We read ‘Charlotte’s Web’ the novel to our daughter when she was three years old and she loved it!

        I am keeping my eye on recommended books and hopefully I will get back to Canada next summer to pick up some for our school library. We’ve been ‘stuck’ in Africa for a year now.

        Thank you for sharing ‘Marisa’s First Fishing Trip’, Sally! It is now one of six books in the ‘Big Shoe Bears and Friends’ series and is also available in French and Spanish.

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