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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Merry Adventures of Charlie the Choo-Choo Review

 Children's Book: The Merry Adventures of Charlie the Choo-Choo

About The Book:
 There was once a red and black train that had a rainbow of smoke coming from him and he went by the name Charlie the Choo-Choo.
On this spring morning he had a day off so he decided to travel around. On his way, he met all kind of new friends; some of them are pretty odd and funny...

My Review:
Boy and Mom Reading The Book - stock vector Charlie the Choo-Choo tells of an adventure to many different places and seeing many odd animals. Along the way many animals help him, like a pink crocodile or a parrot with red sunglasses. But unknowingly, Charlie is helping them, too. Whether he was helping a pink crocodile find a great new meal or flying through the sky on a flying turtle, he was having a ball. He made friends along the way, like Toe the sock eating rabbit. This book is fun and cheerful with colorful pictures. I read my little brother this book and he was laughing the whole time. My brother and I both loved how silly this book was.

About The Author:
Image of Sarit GilorSarit Gilor believes in inspiring creativity, communication, curiosity and imagination in children through reading. In fact, evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day are more likely to do well at school, develop a broader vocabulary and increase general knowledge than those who don't. She has a lot of fun creating stories that entertain her young readers and hopefully teach them important everyday lessons in a fun and easy to understand manner.

 Disclosure: This book was given to me for free by the Author for my honest review.