Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Lil Anchor's Sleigh Ride Blog Tour

Welcome to R&M's stop on the Lil Anchor's Sleigh Ride!  Today we want to share with you some info on these wonderful children's novels, which we have read and reviewed!  Each of these women weaves a wonderful tale that children of all ages are sure to enjoy and appreciate!  So, take a break, relax, and take a look at these fantastic tales for your wee one!  If you want to read our reviews, make sure you check out our Kid's Korner, located in a tab at the top of the blog.

Waffles and Pancakes: A Lesson in Bullying

Waffles and Pancakes are two hamsters, from the same pet store, that went to their new homes on the same day. They also happen to be the best of friends. In their first adventure, their owners became best friends, too. Together the four learned the lesson of true friendship. Now Waffles and Pancakes, along with their owners, are about to learn another lesson, A Lesson in Bullying. Join Waffles and Pancakes, along with Danny and Griffin, their owners, as they come face to face with a couple of bullies; Tom and his guinea pig, Oscar. Will Waffles, Pancakes, and their owners be able to become friends with Tom and Oscar? Find out when you read Waffles and Pancakes: A Lesson In Bullying.  

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James Saves the Moon by Wendy Nystrom

"Here within lies a tale of a young boy named James, which takes place in a far away island nation of Iceland."

Travel along with James up the mountain, soaring through the air with his friends he meets along the way to reach the moon.

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Savannah's Story by Jodi Stone

All Savannah wants is for someone to play with her. When she asks her older sisters to play, they both turn her down. It's at that very moment when Savannah makes a wish that leads her on a magical journey...one that will lead her on a trip through her favorite dollhouse and floating on a cloud of bubbles. Follow along with Savannah as she realizes the true meaning of friendship and family.

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Ethan's Story: My Life with Autism by Ethan Rice

When Ethan Rice was four years old, he was diagnosed with high-functioning autism. He decided that he wanted to tell his first grade class that he had autism on his seventh birthday. His parents asked him many questions about what having autism felt like for him and wrote his answers down as a reference for when he told his class. Those answers are now published so more people can understand what it is like to have autism. While each child on the spectrum has unique challenges and strengths, Ethan's Story; My Life with Autism is Ethan's own story.

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Baby Jaimie Goes to the Hospital by Jaimie Hope

It's Baby Jaimie's last day of school and she is planning a fun summer with her friends. Her sister, Kelly also has big plans for her. How can Baby Jaimie be in two places at once? Not wanting to disappoint anyone Baby Jaimie tries to figure out a way to do everything, but falls asleep before she can come up with a plan. She's awoken a couple hours later with a sore throat. So instead of being with friends or her sister, Baby Jaimie's summer vacation will start out with a trip to the hospital. Follow Baby Jaimie as she goes to the hospital and has her tonsils removed.

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  1. Waffles and Pancakes: A Lesson in Bullying was such a cute book with such great illustrations! My daughter went nuts for it. Savannah's Story looks like a great read, too. WRITE ON!

  2. These books are so amazingly great for kids and adults because I too enjoyed them. Awesome stories . :)

  3. I know a special little boy who would love Ethan's story thank u for the Christmas gift idea

  4. I loved all of these my son is on autism spectrum loved ethans story

  5. I absolutely loved Ethan's story. And I can't wait to read James Saves the Moon and the Waffles & Pancakes books...great reviews girls =)

  6. I can't wait to read these to my kiddos. They'll love them!