Children’s Book – Hey! Don’t Forget The Sunscreen!

Hey! Don’t Forget The Sunscreen!Hey Don't Forget The Sunscreen
By Kimberling Galeti Kennedy
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1622956401
Genre: Children’s Book, Juvenile Fiction, Health and Daily Living

Hey! Don’t Forget The Sunscreen helps parents to gently instruct children of the grave dangers of unprotected sun exposure while stressing the importance of of vitamin D.Author Kim Kennedy encourages families to take sun exposure seriously in order to avoid the consequences that so many have tragically suffered.She hopes that providing children with the knowledge needed for ultraviolet ray protection will better equip future generations of parents and children to be more proactive and prepared. Teach your children to effectively incorporate vitamin D into their diets , dress appropriately for sun exposure, and take other preventative measures to preserve the health of their skin.Hey! Don’t Forget The Sunscreen Would serve as a great edition to any family’s home or elementary school’s library!

Request a Review Copy

Send email to: info (@) bookreviewbuzz (dot) com with the following information:

Reviewer Name:
Publication/Site(s) that you review for:
URL of site/publication:
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Email Address of Reviewer:
Title and Author of each book you want to review:

We will forward all requests to the author immediately.

 

Children’s Book – The Birds Nest Outside My Bedroom Window

The Birds Nest Outside My Bedroom WindowThe Birds Nest Outside My Bedroom Window
By Cynthia Sauter
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 978-1452099576
Pages: 28
Genre: Children, Juvenile Fiction

In a trying time, a family is encouraged by the wonders of nature. The circle of life can stir up a mixed bag of emotions. When a grandfather approaches the end of his battle with cancer, his family finds hope watching the stages of an active blue jays nest in the bright pink rhododendron bush climbing just outside their window. Cynthia M. Sauter delivers this emotional keepsake as a tribute to her father-in-law who introduced her to watching birds.

Request a Review Copy

Send email to: info (@) bookreviewbuzz (dot) com with the following information:

Reviewer Name:
Publication/Site(s) that you review for:
URL of site/publication:
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Email Address of Reviewer:
Title and Author of each book you want to review:

We will forward all requests to the author immediately.

 

Children / Juvenile Fiction – The Nest That Could Fly

The Nest That Could FlyThe Nest That Could Fly
By William Sawyer
Publisher: LuLu.com
ISBN: 978-1411654464
Pages: 44
Genre: Children, Juvenile fiction

The Nest That Could Fly tells the story of Troy and Tammy, two robins about to embark on parenthood. Two girls and two boys round out the robin family. The story follows these four hatch lings as they grow, and eventually learn how to fly. One windy day as a storm blows though their neighborhood, something strange happens…..

Your child is bound to fall in love with Troy, Tammy and the entire Robin family.

Written by William Sawyers, a father of two from California. The Nest That Could Fly is a 43 page book filled with beautiful illustrations.

Request a Review Copy

Send email to: info (@) bookreviewbuzz (dot) com with the following information:

Reviewer Name:
Publication/Site(s) that you review for:
URL of site/publication:
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Email Address of Reviewer:
Title and Author of each book you want to review:

We will forward all requests to the author immediately.

 

Juvenile Fiction – Rennefarre: Dott’s Wonderful Travels and Adventures

Rennefarre: Dott’s Wonderful Travels and Adventures
Author: Malve von Hassell (translation)
Tamara Ramsay (German original)
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
ISBN: 978-1938690389
Published: December 2012
Pages: 298
Genre: Children, Juvenile Fiction

Imagine riding on the back of a blue heron across time and space. Imagine befriending crows, being kidnapped by magpies, and being given a lift on the back of a kindly stag. Imagine experiencing life as an outcast from human society, encountering spirits and mythical creatures from the world of legends, experiencing the plague in Dresden, and being chased through Berlin by Frederick the Great.

Dott is a twelve-year old girl. She lives in the countryside east of Berlin in an unspecified time between the two world wars. When Dott sneaks out to see the bonfire at the edge of her village on the evening of the midsummer night festival, she has no idea what will happen next. In the dark of night, the magical Rennefarre flower falls into her shoe. It not only makes her invisible, but also allows her to see things no one else could see. No longer able to stay with her parents and her young brother and sister, she begins her search to find a way out of her predicament. Her quest to return home to her family winds its way through the cities and countryside of 20th century Germany—and beyond. As she befriends the local animals, they help her on her way with gifts of food, shelter, and—through the help of a kind spirit—a magical cup which allows her to become small and ride on the backs of the birds. Flying across the country on the backs of crows and herons, Dott finds herself seeing the country not only as it is, but also as it used to be. She lives through moments in history others can only read about—meeting historical kings and fanciful spirits along the way. But, even with all of the excitement of her travels, she always has one goal in mind: returning home to her family.

Part coming-of-age story, part fantasy, and part social-cultural portrait of Eastern Germany in the early part of the 20th century, the book covers real ground. That is, one could follow Dott’s travels on a map of the area. Seamlessly blending elements of fantasy and history, the book contains a fascinating array of details of day-to-day life in rural and urban areas in eastern Germany. Dott’s adventures are interwoven with folklore and myths as well as vivid accounts of different eras and the diverse cultural and ethnic strains that have formed the basis for a rich and complex history of Germany and Eastern Europe.

Written on the eve of World War II, the book offers a sobering perspective on the human potential for causing devastation. At the same time it is filled with hope. In one scene, Dott gets a glimpse of the future–an utterly destroyed cityscape; it inspires her to look to her own responsibilities and actions in life.

Request a Review Copy

Send email to: info (@) bookreviewbuzz (dot) com with the following information:

Reviewer Name:
Publication/Site(s) that you review for:
URL of site/publication:
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Email Address of Reviewer:
Title and Author of each book you want to review:

We will forward all requests to the author immediately.

 

Children’s Book – Penelope’s Big Day

Penelope’s Big Day: Early Childhood Life Lesson
By Iris H. Benn
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 978-1432763732
Pages: 34
Published: August 2012
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Children

Our perky, young heroine Penelope is excited to share her Big Day as she provides engaging and comforting thoughts as a positive role model for youngsters who are about to embark on their first big adventure outside the home. The first day of school is exciting and positive as seen through the pages of “Penelope’s Big Day.”

Request a Review Copy

Send email to: info (@) bookreviewbuzz (dot) com with the following information:

Reviewer Name:
Publication/Site(s) that you review for:
URL of site/publication:
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Email Address of Reviewer:
Title and Author of each book you want to review:

We will forward all requests to the author immediately.

 

 

Children’s – The Best Belcher

The Best Belcher
Author: Lynda Medlyn & Kelley Staudenmier
Publisher: Window Box Press
ISBN: 978-0-9793738-0-0
Pages: 32
Published: September 2008

Tag along with Bennett as he burps his way through the day. Bennett is in for a big surprise, however, and so are readers of this funny children’s picture book for ages 4-8!

Bennett loves to burp—he burps his way through the day, annoying family, friends, and strangers alike. He burps at the breakfast table, at the bus stop, during the spelling bee, in the library under the “Quiet Please” sign, and while his brother lays in bed counting sheep. Despite warnings from his father that they’ll have to send him to live alone on a deserted island if he keeps it up and cautions from his sister that one day he’ll burp up a big, ugly monster, he continues this noisy habit. He’s curiously silenced one day until the burping contest comes to town, and the surprise winner is announced.

Request a Review Copy

Send email to: info (@) bookreviewbuzz (dot) com with the following information:

Reviewer Name:
Publication/Site(s) that you review for:
URL of site/publication:
Mailing address:
City, State, Zip:
Email Address of Reviewer:
Title and Author of each book you want to review:

We will forward all requests to the author immediately.