Review: Jumper by Rebecca Scarberry

Today’s review is one that’s a bit different.  This book is the first children’s novella I have reviewed.  This sweet little story will capture the imagination for all who read it.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.

18456718Book Blurb:

Jumper is a red beach ball, trying to escape from a toy store. He wants to find a swimming pool and Carnival Castle. Join in the fun as Jumper tells you all about his adventures away from the toy store. This book was written to be read to four-year-olds. Due to it’s length, you might choose to read a little to them each day. Eight-year-olds are able to read it without any problem. Many first and second graders have enjoyed this highly original, action packed, book when it was read to them during the library ‘story time’. This book is in ebook format and paperback

Review:

The adventure of Jumper, a red ball,  and his drive to escape his home at the toy store.  His attempts to go to a swimming pool and Carnival Castle is a fun adventure for a little red ball.  All ages will fall for this ball and feel for his trials and successes.  This story is shock full of lessons and any youngster will be bouncing in their seat as they read this short novella.

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