Prepare to be seduced by a dashing drink of water with a sexy accent and a bad boy reputation. Arthur and Gen find themselves caught up in a romance as tempting as it is dangerous. Babylon teases the senses with forbidden love and sparks the brain with a intriguing twist. Step into a world where nothing is as it seems and love can be only a heartache away. Sexy, captivating and unpredictable.
Babylon had me at hello. Working Stiff refuses to tiptoe around the heart. Rox and Cash stand firm in their passion and drag emotions along for the ride. There is no halfway when it comes to Blair Babylon. Her characters are a force of nature that demand to be noticed. Add in a voice like Joe Arden and there is no doubt that is going to happen. Arden brings a gentlemanly, class to a bad boy with an edge. Be still my beating heart. Babylon and company will steal the heart right out of your chest and leave you wanting more.
The best of this bunch are - Little Squirrel Squish (3.5 stars) about a squirrel who wants to be a reindeer. The Christmas Bunny (4 stars) about Santa's bunny helper, Brave Benny (3 stars) which is about animals getting ready for winter. It has the best pictures but I don't understand how a deer pounced joyfully and at times the illustrations were too dark for the word printed over them.
Arial YouTuber is nice because it has extras that would interest a child, including a recipe and how-to guide. (3 Stars)
Grumpy Dinosaur and Dragon's Breath (3 star) aren't bad but the lesson is a bit heavy handed.
Mariko and the Magic Mirror is a good look at grief and death for children, but feels off because of the use of culture that isn't fully explored or used. (3 stars)
The worst is the Singing Horse (.5 star) which uses stereotypical illustrations of Native Americans. I mean, living in teepees in the desert bad.