The Dragon And The Turtle - Book Review

   The Dragon And The Turtle Go On Safari is a book written for children that is suppose to teach them courage and to not be lift up each other as friends would do. Getting this book, I expected it to be exciting and a good read for kids to be entertained. I read it to my three year old son and even he, did not seem to enjoy it as well. My son can sit through book after book because he just loves to be read to, but this book started losing his attention half way through. I felt the story did not have very much excitement or really, any much of a plot... The point to get across to children is to be courageous...I wouldn't have gotten that if it wasn't for the end run through. I do however, like that they posted a Bible verse at the end of the book, and the illustrations are just adorable. I wished the authors would have made the book a little more "Cutesy" and easier for children to understand. The greatest part was that my son kept thinking that,
Roger, the turtle, was Franklin from PBS :)

*This review is made possible by the Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group via Blogging for Books,  
by providing me a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions my own.

You can also sign up in The Dragon And The Turtle Contest HERE, for a chance to win the grand prize "KIT" that includes:
  • A child-size tent 
  • Sleeping bags (2)
  • Campfire treats
  • Essential camping tools (a compass, a flashlight, and a spy glass)
  • Stuffed animals
  • Copies of The Dragon and the Turtle and The Dragon and the Turtle Go on Safari

And 2 runner up winners will receive
a copy of The Dragon and the Turtle and The Dragon and the Turtle Go on Safari and a stuffed animal.

This contest ends on FEBRUARY 11, 2011 

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