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A Lovely Childrens Book Review and Giveaway

A Lovely Childrens Book Review and Giveaway

Children love books and looking at the pictures or reading them or being read to.  I read to my children since before they understood what a book was.  I will always promote reading with children, which is why I am happy to share a lovely childrens book review and giveaway.

The Book

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The Adventures Of Jenny And Philip

Jenny lives in a Yorkshire village with her Aunt and Uncle, and her best friend Philip.  Who is a talking cat. Jenny is a loveable, heastrong girl, who knows her own mind. One day a little boy moves next door called George.  They make friends and laugh and play all day, having lots of fun. Until Cousin Jessica comes to stay. Can Philip the cat teach Jenny a lesson in friendship and sharing?

A message from the Author

Leeds author and award-winning journalist Dawn-Maria France, said “I decided to write a children’s series featuring a confident little girl following her adventures.”She continued, “I wanted to write an original children’s story, set in Yorkshire, that is engaging and fun to read, showing Jenny’s journey of life learning and exploring the relationship between Jenny and her best friend, Philip, the cat.

My thoughts on the book

I love reading stories with children that also has a meaning, in this case it is about how to treat people and sharing.  As a parent you can talk to your child about the story, and feelings and a lot more.  They also learn so much more in this way too. The book is well written and very enjoyable and something I feel all children should read.

The book is available to purchase at Amazon

The Giveaway

I have a lovely giveaway where I have 10 copies of The Adventures of Jenny And Philip to be won.  See below on how to enter

The Adventures Of Jenny And Philip Childrens Book

The giveaway is running until the 4th November so that you can receive your prize in time for Christmas.

Good luck

 

A Lovely Childrens Book Review and Giveaway

 

 

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Comments (48)

  • Iain MacIver 1 month ago Reply

    famous five

  • Kim Neville 1 month ago Reply

    Mallory Towers by Enid Blyton

  • Solange 1 month ago Reply

    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

  • Angela Treadway 1 month ago Reply

    i used to enjoy reading spot the dog books x

  • Amanda Hart 1 month ago Reply

    The faraway tree

    Sean Eccles 1 month ago Reply

    I used to love goosebumps books

  • Danielle Spencer 1 month ago Reply

    As a little girl I would always bring home, The very hungry caterpillar.

  • Sally Collingwood 1 month ago Reply

    The Treasure Hunters by Enid Blyton

  • Stuart Hargreaves 1 month ago Reply

    Treasure Island – Pieces of eight – ah there Jim Lad

  • Emilia Nastaly-Howard 1 month ago Reply

    Matilda by Roald Dahl

  • LucyIg 1 month ago Reply

    James and the Giant Peach

  • Rachel 1 month ago Reply

    the famous five

  • Jenny McClinton 1 month ago Reply

    The faraway tree was my favourite

  • Natalie Burgess 1 month ago Reply

    The magic faraway tree xx

  • Elizabeth Gaskell 1 month ago Reply

    The Magic Faraway Tree with Moonface and Silky. Unforgettable.

  • Corinne Peat 1 month ago Reply

    I loved the lion, the witch and the wardrobe.

  • Rich Tyler 1 month ago Reply

    Meg & Mog books!

  • Susan B 1 month ago Reply

    I loved the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton.

  • Ruth Harwood 1 month ago Reply

    THe Hobbit was always a firm fave with me!

  • Lynn Neal 4 weeks ago Reply

    The secret garden

  • Liam 4 weeks ago Reply

    Snow White and the seven dwarves by the grimms brothers

  • Laura Pritchard 4 weeks ago Reply

    Back Home by Michelle Magorian

    Tamara ellis 3 weeks ago Reply

    The chimney witches

  • Nicki Ramsay 4 weeks ago Reply

    I loved Charlotte’s Web when I was little.

    Michelle Smith 2 weeks ago Reply

    I loved the book Heidi

  • Michelle Corbett 4 weeks ago Reply

    Loved the old woman and her sty. Done both entries but twitter won’t close.

  • Jade Hewlett 4 weeks ago Reply

    My favourite book as a child was Matilda

  • Jessica Powell 4 weeks ago Reply

    I loved the Famous Five books when I was a kid.

  • Amanda Baggott 4 weeks ago Reply

    Watership Down

  • Karen Barrett 4 weeks ago Reply

    Anne of Green Gables

  • Eva Katona 4 weeks ago Reply

    I love the sound of this book! My children’s favourite is Julia Donaldson.

  • Jenny Bruce 3 weeks ago Reply

    I remember reading The Borrowers as a child, I loved it, I was always looking out for them in our house!

  • Michelle Ferguson 3 weeks ago Reply

    I loved all of the Roald Dahl books

    Dominic jefferson 2 weeks ago Reply

    Bottersnikes & Snikes

  • LESLEY BRADLEY 3 weeks ago Reply

    I was a big fan of Enid Blyton and my favourite was Malory Towers

  • Claire Blakeley 3 weeks ago Reply

    Little women x

    DawnLouise 2 weeks ago Reply

    The Faraway Tree

  • Katie 3 weeks ago Reply

    I love the sound of a talking cat! My favourite growing up was Peter Pan.

  • Julia Kerr 3 weeks ago Reply

    My favourite book was dogger and I still have my copy from when I was a child

  • Irene Gilmour 3 weeks ago Reply

    Roald Dahl bfg

  • chris bull 3 weeks ago Reply

    Snow White & Rose Red. I was awarded at a prize giving at Junior School

  • Keith Hunt 3 weeks ago Reply

    Five Go Off in a Caravan

  • CLAIRE WOODS 2 weeks ago Reply

    I loved the Famous Five books.

  • Amanda tanner 1 week ago Reply

    I had so many but loved my big book of fairy tales my favourite was hansel and gretal

  • Angela Sharp 1 week ago Reply

    I loved Matilda as a child

  • Anne Nelmes 3 days ago Reply

    Winnie the Pooh

  • Jackie Howell 1 day ago Reply

    The Magic Faraway Tree

  • Julie Ward 17 hours ago Reply

    The three little pigs

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