Review of Timbria & The Magical Meadow

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Review of Timbria & The Magical Meadow

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[Following is an official review of "Timbria & The Magical Meadow" by K. Cupp.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Kenneth Cupp is the author, creator, and editor of the fictional book Timbria & the Magical Meadow. It features a tree named Timbria that can walk and talk. The book's content is unique, as it portrays the importance of family well.

Timbria stays at her home at the Fey Valley Christmas Ranch. She marvels at how the humans, whom she calls "Twoofers," explore the world. Her parents, the Duke and the Duchess, had lived on the ranch since their beginning, and she was expected to live there forever. She shares with her friends Cheeky, Sally, and Rufus how she loves Christmas and reveals to them something happening over the ridge that's got everyone upset, but due to the Duke's orders, she can't take a look. Timbria and her mother already had a secret agreement that whenever she was to visit her grandmother, she had to keep to her mother's curfew by midnight. If she didn't return, her mother would have to send Aribella. On this particular visit to her grandmother's, Timbria decides to go over the ridge and disregards the curfew time. Obtaining a copy of Timbria & the Magical Meadow will reveal what lies ahead for Timbria.

This book's unique content and wonderful artwork have left me utterly overwhelmed. The book was filled with adventure, and children would love it. The book also communicates the importance of family, using the extent to which Timbria was willing to go to save her family. This book offers a wealth of love and moral lessons that could positively influence children. The importance of balance with nature and symbiotic relationships was also talked about in this book, and I also learned that sparrows hop rather than walk. Timbria's friends, particularly Rufus, captivated me with their unique sense of humor.

I didn't find any aspect of this book unsatisfying, and I rate it 5 out of 5 stars, considering my likes listed above. I commend the author for this book's perfect editing, as the reading experience was seamless. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a book with fantasy and adventure, as well as children from 8 to 14 years old because it would be easier for them to assimilate.

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Post by Kiritoww Blank »

I love reading children books and reviewing them. I especially look for books if they have illustrations that enhance the readability of the book. This book has a beautiful blurb and I am definately intruiged as to what the children experiened in heaven. Nice review.
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Post by Osvaldo Borghese »

Timbria & the Magical Meadow looks to be an interesting and intense fable for children. I think a lot of people could appreciate it. Thanks for your nice review.
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