Review by Kavita Shah -- The Tales of Little Lady M

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Review by Kavita Shah -- The Tales of Little Lady M

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[Following is a volunteer review of "The Tales of Little Lady M" by Diego Di Mauro.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The Tales of Little Lady M is a children’s book written and illustrated by Diego Di Mauro. Children can actually learn valuable life lessons through interesting and fun stories. And this book precisely does that. It’s a compendium of magic creatures and adventure stories which will teach many vital life lessons.

Queen Justynella inhabited the deserted castle in the Kingdom of Oaks Bridge. She felt lonesome and one night wished upon a star to end her desolation. Soon, Queen Justynella met her King and a few months later they had a baby girl named Misha. Misha grew up to be a clever and witty girl.

The people of the Kingdom of Oaks Bridge started calling her Little Lady M, as she was wise beyond her years and occasionally silly, like any girl of her age could be. One night, Misha discovers the Land of Dreams; where imagination has no boundary. Later on, Little Lady M embarks on four fresh adventures. Where we meet cursed frogs, old witches, terrible trolls, dwarves, and fairies and many magic creatures.

It’s a pleasant story which children will love to read. I enjoyed reading about the protagonist who is a curious and adventurous girl. She’s brave, kind and wise. I also liked that there was a moral at the end of each adventure which was presented nicely.

The writing style is direct and easy to understand. The tale is in simple text and the dialogues are in rhyming verses. All the illustrations are wonderful. They’re lively and matched the text and were a positive enhancement in between the text. The book teaches friendship, wisdom and moral lessons through the stories.

Overall, there was nothing to dislike, so I’m giving it 4 out of 4 stars. It’s editing is remarkable, as I found no errors while reading. I recommend it to guardians searching for an interactive and adventurous story for their young ones. Children will learn valuable lessons and guardians can explain it to them. As the book is descriptive and includes a lot of texts, children above 7 years should be able to read it.

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Thank you for sharing this beautiful review, but j am not that interested in children's book and I don't have anyone I can get it for. So I'll pass on this one. Great job.
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Your review is thorough with just enough detail to keep the story spoiler-free. Little Lady M sounds like an interesting character who will be loved by children.
Thanks for this amazing review :tiphat:
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Mtibza eM wrote: 15 Jun 2021, 15:05 Thank you for sharing this beautiful review, but j am not that interested in children's book and I don't have anyone I can get it for. So I'll pass on this one. Great job.
That's alright. Thank you for your comments!
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Mindful Wordsmith wrote: 15 Jun 2021, 15:38 Your review is thorough with just enough detail to keep the story spoiler-free. Little Lady M sounds like an interesting character who will be loved by children.
Thanks for this amazing review :tiphat:
Little Lady M is a great story for kids. Thank you for your kind words. I appreciate it.
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Cute story!
I will read this for the sake of recommending it to children.
This is my kind of book.
Thanks for the review.
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This sounds like a collection of charming tales for children. Little Miss M's adventures with magical creatures in fantastical lands are sure to interest any child. I'll have to give it a look. Thanks for the recommendation.
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Dzejn_Crvena wrote: 16 Jun 2021, 03:44 Cute story!
I will read this for the sake of recommending it to children.
This is my kind of book.
Thanks for the review.
That is so sweet. Thank you for showing your interest in the book!
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Kelyn wrote: 16 Jun 2021, 12:42 This sounds like a collection of charming tales for children. Little Miss M's adventures with magical creatures in fantastical lands are sure to interest any child. I'll have to give it a look. Thanks for the recommendation.
Yes, a collection of charming tales indeed. Thank you for your comments!
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Little Lady M sounds like an adventurous kid. I'm sure kids will learn a lot from her. Awesome review!
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This book is good and simple . Children will easily fall for this book . Gonna read it to my neice .
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What an interesting children's book filled with dreams and magics, this will really get kids interested, good review
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It is great that important life lessons are passed on to children in the way that is closest to them.
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I read children book sometimes for the fun of it.This book seems intriguing, I might give it a try.Thanks for the beautiful review.
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This really seems like an adorable book. Your review made me interested. Thanks for it.
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