You know what I love about reviewing kids books? Well I will tell you it is the time I get to spend reading with my little ones and listening to their opinions about the book we just read. As a writer myself I enjoy the opportunity to review books from new authors who are trying to make a name for themselves in the book business. Writing children’s books is not as easy as it sounds. Remember you are writing to an audience with a very limited attention span so you have to catch them and reel them in from the beginning to end.
He is a father of 4 grown children and the grandfather to 6 so I figured he has a good grasp at keeping children’s attention. Richard Barrett is the illustrator and did wonderful job illustrating the book with such cute colorful images.
During the story these magical fairies called the “Kaleidoscope Kids”, are introduced to the children.
Each one of these Kaleidoscope Kids has a unique color, shape, and number that go along with them. For example there is Bluebell Kid who represents the color blue, the number 2, and squares.
To read more about Kaleidoscope kids and the author go to Kaleidoscopekids.com
Kaleidoscope Kids book is available to purchase on CreateSpace
Disclosure: I received a Kaleidoscope Kids book for review purposes. All opinions are mine and mine alone.
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