Monthly Archives: September 2014

eBook review: “Zaci the Zebra is very brave” by Pippa Wilson

Pippa WIlson

Pippa Wilson tells us the story of Zaci the Zebra, Jabalini Giraffe, Eevie Elephant, Lado Lion and some other baby animals that have decided to go out in a big adventure.

Unfortunately, Maamuni Monkey has also joined the group and he has guided them to a scary, forbidden place.

When no one knows what to do, Zaci steps up to the challenge and takes the lead to get everyone home safe.

Young readers will learn to remain close to their parents in unknown places and also to stay calm if they happen to be lost.

The book is written in verse and has attractive illustrations.

Recommended to teach a gentle lesson to a young one who tends to run away in public places.

You can find “Zaci the Zebra is Very Brave” and other books from Pippa Wilson in Amazon.

You can also read more about Pippa Wilson at her website.



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eBook review: “Kathleen and the Communion Copter” by Avril O’Reilly


 Do you remember your first communion? If it was anything like mine, probably mom was rushing around, finishing the last details for the party or the church; dad was either chatting with some friends who arrived early or running some errands ordered by mom; your brothers and sisters would be causing trouble somewhere around the house and you would be thinking about the big family reunion and your presents.

And maybe the real spirit of the sacrament would be forgotten or left aside as the nice plus of a family gathering.

Kathleen is a young girl getting prepared to do her communion and she’s being distracted by all kinds of different things, including her mom’s preconceived notions about what can be considered “good taste” for this important milestone.

Thankfully, Kathleen can always count with the help and advice of a wonderful grandmother, Nan Knowles, who not only knows everything about communions, but is also invincible at getting things done. Armed only with Nan´s special notebook and the help of the mysterious group called “The Girls”, Kathleen and her grandma must navigate through what seems to be an insurmountable pile of problems, including a church that is falling apart, a catastrophic dress, two brothers who seem to always create problems and… a selfish communion copter.

Read this book to relive your own childhood; to fill your heart with the tenderness of a young girl and the boldness of a grandma with a mission and to learn the true meaning of being Christian.

I certainly loved the book and the drawings by Avril and I hope you will too.



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eBook Review: Jump! by Julia Dweck

jump! by Julia Dweck

 Julia Dweck really has to stop doing this to me.

Every time she has a new book, I declare “This is my favourite Julia Dweck book… ever!” I manage to stay put for a while and then along she comes with a new book, and I make a fool of myself proclaiming: “No, no, no. This is the one: This is my favourite Julia Dweck book…ever!”

I have to draw the line somewhere, so today I am announcing that “Jump!” is my favourite Julia Dweck book…ever.

Yes, I know my favourite was Where are the dinos?” Those were adorable: little dinosaurs shopping and driving and doing all these cool things. I said, and I still maintain, that the word needs to have these little cute dinos as toys. I am still waiting to buy one to put on my desk.

But… “Jump!” has an unbeatable message that “Where are the dinos?” lacks: that a crisis is an opportunity in disguise; that you can accomplish anything if you believe in yourself and that once that you have gone there, nothing will ever be the same.

The message is conveyed in an easy way for children to understand, yet, full of enough charisma to appeal to grownups.

And the illustrations done by Brian Allen are simply amazing!

So, I am saying it now (this has to stop at some point, Julia): “Jump!” is my favourite Julia Dweck book ever!

The book is available now in Amazon: read it, have a big smile and think hard and long about your life and your goals.



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