Review of 3 Magic Dreams

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Review of 3 Magic Dreams

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "3 Magic Dreams" by Matt Bolton Art.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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3 Magic Dreams by Matt Bolton Art is a children’s book that contains three separate stories in one. The three stories are Gilby, The Time Machine Twins, and Dara’s Dreams. Gilby decides to go and look for some food when they run out. Unfortunately, he gets swallowed by a monster who then spits him out on an island far away. Will Gilby make it back to his friends with some food?

The twins receive a time machine for their birthday. What was supposed to be a toy turns out to be real. The twins find themselves transported to the time of dinosaurs and cavemen. Will they make it back home safely? Dara’s family makes a lot of noise. When Dara is sleeping, he can hear the sounds of his family members. What happens when he starts hearing his family from his dream?

I had read and reviewed the story of Gilby before and I enjoyed it very much. With this in mind, I had high hopes of going into this one. I can say that the book did, in fact, live up to my expectations. Each of these three stories was unique and fun to read. The illustrations in the book were beautiful to look at, and I felt like they made the stories come alive.

The stories are very short in length, which makes them perfect for young children to read. Even though the book is short, it’s packed full of valuable information. Children can take away some important lessons. For example, they get taught the importance of asking for help when needed, and the importance of friendship. With that being said, there was nothing that I disliked about the book.

Overall, I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because of the points I mentioned above. I didn’t find any mistakes, so it is exceptionally edited. I think this book would be great as a bedtime story. I highly recommend this book to children between the ages of 6-11. If young children find this book difficult to read, then they will enjoy just flipping through the pages and viewing the illustrations.

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I am quite a great fan of Children's books and the lessons that they teach. Great review here.
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I think children would be highly entertained by this book. Great review.
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[3 magic dream by[Matt Bolton Art]

The twins receive a time machine for their birthday which turns out to be a reality.
Just imagine you were given a time machine as a gift which later turned into a real life time machine,you could be transported to different year or place at any time whenever you want it to be,how interesting.

In the case of the twins being that they're children and they love caves, cavemen and dinosaurs. They used the time machine to transport themselves to the time of dinosaurs and caves without their family's knowledge,

The question is that "Will they make it back home safely"?


I had read and I enjoyed it very much, the book was actually what I was expecting. Each of these three stories was unique,fun and it was enjoyable to read. I loved the plot so much, it's an adventurous book and I know for a fact that that's what children would love to read.

The stories are short stories, which makes them perfect for young children to read. Even though the book is short, even though it's a short story, it's loaded with useful information. Children can take away some important moral lessons. For example, they get taught the importance of asking for help when needed, and the importance of friendship. With all what I had said above, there was nothing to dislike about the book.

I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because of the points I mentioned above. There was no mistake or whatsoever, it is exceptionally edited.

I think this book is great as a bedtime story and i highly recommend this book to children between the ages of 6-11 but adults can also read the book too, If young children find this book difficult to read, then they will enjoy just flipping through the pages of the books.
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Post by Joy Mwangi 2 »

The fact that it is a three in one story is great and your review serves to give an overview of what to expect and also create suspense. Your review is great.
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Post by Queen akuma »

The book sounds thrilling and adventurous ..it will be educative and entertaining for the kids .. beautiful review
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I'm a huge fan of children books because it's very simple and easy to understand, and it the lessons learnt from the book are really nice.... Great review you got here
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Excellent review! I would love to know how the Time Machine Twins story ends due to the inclusion of dinosaurs.
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Post by Rebecca Gregory 1 »

Thank you for the review! Although this is a children's book, it sounds very interesting. I might read it for myself!
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Exellent Review!
The book is Such Interesting That I must Read Soon.
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I think The Time Machine Twins will be my favorite of the three stories. It sounds very exciting.
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Post by Fredrick Maneno »

I usually do read children's books from time to time. From this review, this seems to be a preety good read and I would really love read it. The adventures described by the reviewer are positively mouth-watering and I'd like to get to read this book personally😊
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Post by ERIOT MUSINGUZI »

This review on Gilby reminds me of the Bible story of Jonah and the whale. The reviewer induces a sense of suspense in this review which can potentially lure any reader especially children to want to know what happens as the stories unfold. This review is very informative of the three stories in this book and yet contains no spoilers.
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Post by Voya Conwel »

I love bedtime stories, but I have not read any for a while. With this great review, I will add that one into my bookshelf and read on.
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Post by Vivian Amponsah »

Is a nice story, I love children's book, always all the time, because of its illusions, funny and its basic lessons.
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