The Tale Of Peter Rabbit
For ages 2-11
This is a fantastic book based on the classic tale about Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter. The story if about Peter who is a rabbit and is going out to play and his mum tells him no to go into Mr Mcgregor’s garden but Peter does not listen and goes in to the garden and gets greedy and eats Mr. Mcgregor’s vegetables and then he is chased by him until he manages to escape his garden. This is a great book and is for all levels. This book would be ideal for advanced readers as there is a lot of words per page but also easy to enjoy pitchers from smaller children who are getting the book read to them.
I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars
For ages 5-10.
This classic tale is a fantastic addition to your library to enrich your children’s imagination about Neverland as they escape the real world with Peter, Wendy and Tinkerbell. Children will love this magical tale of the boy who never grows up and has a shadow with a mind of its own.
I give this fantasy tale 5 out of 5 stars.
Franklin helps out
For ages 5 – 11.
Franklin is a friendly tortoise who tries to help his friend snail, who can’t walk very fast, find some special things on a trip to the woods. But he helps too much, and snail doesn’t feel independent at all. This book teaches children that it’s important to help those who need it, but to also let people be independent and to express themselves.
4 out of 5.