get the prince in bed was to put a keg in it,(..)
Imagination Bigger Together receives colorful, large-size drawings by Stephen Adams as it explores the limitless possibilities of a fertile imagination in a way young kids can easily understand.
Four animal friends get together to play a pirate game and discover that the sum of their collective imaginations far surpasses what any of them could accomplish alone.
As the four imagine the adventures they experience on the 'high seas' and the exciting places they will visit far beyond their wildest dreams, young picture book readers and their read-aloud parents will enjoy a fun survey that begins with a world cruise and leads to a rock hunt for hidden gems, exploring a secret garden, mud puddle romping, and more.
The emphasis on backyard play and how it can be enhanced by an active imagination makes for an engaging story that blends real-world observations and encounters with a spice of imaginative process encouraging kids to foster and accept their own playful fantasies. A backyard map offers visual emphasis about each of these adventures, which are created with a combination of a child's imaginative ideas and toys. Each point on the map holds a new spot for adventure, whether it be digging for treasure, taking a hot-air balloon ride, or encountering strange critters.
Parents will find this a fun way of reviewing various kinds of imaginative applications for daily life encounters, while kids will appreciate the bright, large drawings of animal friends who pair a lively and fun prance through the world with a healthy dose of creative thinking.
Bryant is in a rough spot. His sister is marrying the cousin to his ex. It really did not end well. He is hoping to take a decent date to help him cope with the whole thing.
Max lets himself get set up for a wedding weekend with a blind date. He is not sure what to expect. When he opens the door to a cutie that attracts him right away, he figures it will be worth it. Could the future be him?
This is a quick and sweet read. I was feeling all the feels. I even found someone in the book I wanted to reach in and kick! This book has some really good heat. It is easy to root for these two to be together. I give this story a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
Jericho's Razor is a fast paced thrill ride, dodging the bad guys and the police until the very last page! What a blast!
Jericho Sands is a horror author being stalked by a serial killer. I know that it sounds like it's been done, and it has, but I think this one was above average. Being the son of serial killers himself, Jericho get his bad juju out through his writing. His character, Christian Black, acts out the things that Jericho has thought about and even seen during his time growing up. But now, someone is acting out the role of Christian and trying to pin it on Jericho. Who could it be and what do they want? You'll have to read this to find out.
I read the review of a Goodreads friend, (that'd be you, Bandit), and decided I needed to read this one for myself. I'm glad I did! Despite more than a few missing words and a couple of grammatical errors, I enjoyed this book. I read it in only 3 sittings and never once felt bored or questioned the motivations of the characters. A couple of them were rather cliche, (ambitious local politician, I'm looking at you), but overall I think Jericho's Razor was a resounding debut novel and I recommend it! I'll be looking forward to reading the next one later this year.
*Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for the free e-copy in exchange for my honest review. This is it!*
This was cute. Candice seemed flaky but there was way more to her than I originally thought. She got herself in some crazy situations but the best ones were with Ian. Loved the vows at the end. I think I would have peed my pants if I was at a wedding where the groom said that he knew he was in love with his wife after she shot him in the leg! LOL