Book Reviews October 8th

Book Reviews October 8th

Book Reviews October 8th

Crispy Children – Libby Lam

This book has a darker and more serious theme, paired with complex illustrations, making it better for older children. It tells the story of a boy following his moral compass, even though an authority figure tells him to hunt children. Profound theme and gorgeous illustrations.

I give it 4 out of 5 stars.

The Velveteen Rabbit – Margery Williams

Good for children aged 3-9. This is a classic tale of a toy bunny that becomes a real rabbit through the love of a little boy.   It is heartwarming, and gives kids an opportunity to believe that their own stuffed toys might become real too, if they are lost.

I give it 4 out of 5 stars. 


When We’re Together – Claire Freedman

Good for kids aged 2-10. This is the story of a little rabbit who has fun playing in the forest with its friends and family.  This story rhymes and has bright, colourful illustrations making it engaging to children, and shares the joy that companions can bring to a child’s life. 

I give it 4 out of 5 stars.