Review of Dazzeland

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Review of Dazzeland

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[Following is an official review of "Dazzeland" by Shirley Woods.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Dazzeland is a book for children that was written by Shirley Woods. You keep up with the inhabitants of the Planet of Success, who are known as the Planeteers. They were in a forest when a spaceship landed, and inside they found the citrusiest and most delicious-smelling fruits and a flower. These beings are from Dazzeland, and they are referred to as Citrons. They share with one another a wealth of fascinating information about the Planet of Success and other things, which is sure to pique the interest of many younger readers.

The author's goal in writing this book was to educate young readers about common fruits while also allowing them to enjoy themselves while doing so. She also incorporated math and science, albeit in an entertaining manner, into this book. A child's attention is sure to be piqued by the illustrations due to their vividness. This book also includes a friendship between the Planeteers of Planet of Success and the Citrons of Dazzeland.

I liked how the author incorporated math and science into this book, and I didn't find it boring at all, which is why I think a child would be interested in reading it. The author's use of science and mathematics in the book was another aspect of it that appealed to me. It is original, and the way the story is told really grabbed my attention.

The text was still legible despite the fact that the line spacing was inconsistent across all of the pages, which bothered me.

There was nothing about this book that I didn't like, and as a result, I give it a perfect score of 5 out of 5 stars. Pre-teens can increase their knowledge of fruit and the world by reading this book, which is an excellent resource for educational material for this age group. In addition, I was unable to locate any errors, leading me to believe that the book was edited by a professional. It might be the font the author chose to use, but I couldn't help but feel like the spacing seemed bumpy throughout the whole book.

I believe that preteens would benefit more from reading this book than younger children, due to the fact that it contains a lot of description as well as the incorporation of math and science.

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Math and science aren't my forte so I'll pass on this one. You delivered a great review. Well done.
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Post by Meghan Soderholm »

I am glad the book is not boring due to the math and science. They are not my strongest subjects, but your review convinced me to give this book a chance. Excellent job writing a captivating review.
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Post by Adiskidan »

Thank you for your engaging review of Dazzeland. Your description of Shirley Woods' book and her goal to educate young readers in a fun and engaging way is exactly what I was looking for. I love that she incorporates math and science into the book and manages to make it interesting for its target audience. Your appreciation of the vivid illustrations makes me excited about the possibility of reading it myself, and I'm happy to hear that the book was edited professionally, bringing your attention to the possible font being the reason behind the bumpy spacing. I look forward to reading this book, thanks to your wonderful review giving me a good idea of what to expect. Once again, thank you for taking the time to write such an informative and helpful review.
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Post by mycatecson18 »

Dazzeland is a captivating and imaginative book that takes readers on a mesmerizing journey into a world filled with wonder and adventure. Written by a talented author, this enchanting tale is a delightful blend of fantasy, friendship, and self-discovery that will captivate readers of all ages.
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