There is no greater honor than when someone adores your review so much on their book, they come out of the blue with gifts and another book for review. Last year, when I began my epic journey of reviewing and blogging, I received a book titled, You Look Yummy!(10/29/2015). It was a beautiful story with original artwork that blew me and my Ewoks away. Friday I was gifted, not only with a new book, but a letter of thanks from the Museyon Publisher, but also a calendar with photos of all their books! Never is appreciation so warming!
Kuma Kuma Chan's Home, by Kazue Takahashi is the story about a nameless boy who receives an invitation from his friend, Kuma Kuma Chan. A bear. This book is really a picture book, with a sprinkling of words. It's soft, even Kuma Kuma Chan looks softly drawn. There's a ataractic feel to the story, with soft, pastel colors that reminded me of hospital decor. The book is also small, with dimensions of 5 1/4 X 6 3/4, so it was more than easy to hold. For little hands...
The book didn't do much for me, but for my first-born Ewok, she thought it was wonderful! The fact that a bear had a home and entertained a human friends was hilarious for her. She's seven and read the book with the sweetest of ease and conversed over every photo. Because it's a picture book- this is what I'm hoping Kazue Takahashi was looking for.
This book was for my Ewok, not me. It was a read that brought her joy and that always makes me smile. Pick up your copy of Kuma Kuma Chan's Home (US $12.99, 52 pages, ISBN 978-1-940842-09-7) and releases May 1, 2016. Your little one will love it.
Rating: 👓👓👓👓 out of 5 specs
*The Mortal Instruments, Part 1 is next.
**Book provided by Museyon.com, for an honest review..
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