Official Review: Miracles Love a Believer

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Official Review: Miracles Love a Believer

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[Following is an official review of "Miracles Love a Believer" by Stacy Manning Casaluci.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Miracles Love a Believer is a children’s book written by author Stacy Manning Casaluci and illustrated by Kalpart. The story is about a little princess named Cirina Marie who lives in a castle with her mother and father. Cirina’s mother and father are the queen and the king, and they live together on the Island of Dreams. However, princess Cirina is not really happy as she has no real friends. She has a lot of dolls and stuffed animals whom she talks to, even though she realises that they are not real.

Her guardian angel recognizes Cirina’s turmoil. One night, as she lays in her bed, the guardian whispers in Cirina’s ear, “Miracles Love a Believer…”. The story is about how Cirina takes a leap of faith and believes in her guardian angel. She dares to dream and goes on to believe in her dream. When she opens her eyes, she finds herself to be free and flying above the beautiful towns. But is this too a dream? You will have to read this adorable book to find out.

Cirina’s story is very inspiring, and the book has an effortless but impactful lesson packed within. This modern-day fairytale also introduces little kids to the concepts of mountains, forests, canyons and deserts, while enchanting them with vivid and beautiful pictures of the same.

This is a really short book which is written in a rhyming format. I found that the layout of the text is very clean and easily readable. The illustrations are very warm and colourful. The language used is quite simple and is perfect for the targeted age group of readers i.e. 2-6 years.

There was absolutely nothing to dislike about this captivating book. It was exceptionally well edited and did not contain any grammatical errors. I will thus rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. As the target age group consists of very young children who might not have started reading yet, this book would be a perfect bedtime story to be read out by parents. The beautiful story coupled with the gracious illustrations makes this a perfect bedtime read.

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Post by namuyong »

nice job on review.
it looks interesting to children from the cover page. its great that the author introduces a guardian angle in the story bringing the reader to the world of imagination. loved it. i consider adding it to my book shelve

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