Official Review: Rory Aqua Adventure Man by Michelle Path

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Re: Official Review: Rory Aqua Adventure Man by Michelle Path

Post by Espie » 01 Jul 2018, 08:39

Christina Rose wrote:
01 Jul 2018, 02:45
Espie wrote:
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Christina Rose wrote:
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Thank you for taking the time to read my review, and for sharing your feedback! I hope you’ll check out the book :)
No worries. My two boys are no longer within your recommended age group (they're 12 and 16). It's too early to say anuthing for my future grandkids, too.😊 Nonetheless, thank you. I really love happy endings.❤️
This ending has a bit of a twist, but it's happy nonetheless. :)
I'd always look forward to the happy part. Cheers.😊
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Post by LaurenHaupt » 07 Jul 2018, 09:57

This book reminds me of Toy Story, Nemo, and Corduroy all into one. I hope it had a happy ending! Sounds like a book my kids would enjoy.
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Post by Christina Rose » 07 Jul 2018, 15:29

LaurenHaupt wrote:
07 Jul 2018, 09:57
This book reminds me of Toy Story, Nemo, and Corduroy all into one. I hope it had a happy ending! Sounds like a book my kids would enjoy.
I haven't seen Corduroy, but you're right. It's similar to both Toy Story and Finding Nemo, which I enjoyed. It does have a happy ending, although not exactly what I had pictured. If you share it with your kids, I hope you all enjoy the story! Thank you for your feedback! :)

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Post by julessawyer » 09 Jul 2018, 10:10

The plot was good although similar to toy story. I think this will make it to my to read list and I would probably recommend this to my niece and nephews. Thanks for your review. :)

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Post by Christina Rose » 10 Jul 2018, 02:39

julessawyer wrote:
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The plot was good although similar to toy story. I think this will make it to my to read list and I would probably recommend this to my niece and nephews. Thanks for your review. :)
Yes, it is similar to Toy Story, which I enjoyed as well. Thanks for taking time to read my review, and for sharing your thoughts. :)

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Post by julessawyer » 10 Jul 2018, 19:03

Christina Rose wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 02:39
julessawyer wrote:
09 Jul 2018, 10:10
The plot was good although similar to toy story. I think this will make it to my to-read list and I would probably recommend this to my niece and nephews. Thanks for your review. :)
Yes, it is similar to Toy Story, which I enjoyed as well. Thanks for taking time to read my review, and for sharing your thoughts. :)
I think I watch only one installation of the movie series. The movie made me cry. I longed for my toys. I could not go back so I'm making sure to teach my nephews and niece about the lesson I learned.
I'm trying to read about children's book reviews to learn from others. I recently wrote one myself. I learned from your review! :)

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Post by Christina Rose » 11 Jul 2018, 03:48

julessawyer wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 19:03
Christina Rose wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 02:39
julessawyer wrote:
09 Jul 2018, 10:10
The plot was good although similar to toy story. I think this will make it to my to-read list and I would probably recommend this to my niece and nephews. Thanks for your review. :)
Yes, it is similar to Toy Story, which I enjoyed as well. Thanks for taking time to read my review, and for sharing your thoughts. :)
I think I watch only one installation of the movie series. The movie made me cry. I longed for my toys. I could not go back so I'm making sure to teach my nephews and niece about the lesson I learned.
I'm trying to read about children's book reviews to learn from others. I recently wrote one myself. I learned from your review! :)
I'm glad you were able to learn something from my review. :) Children's books are fun to review, but can occasionally be a bit difficult for some reason.

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Post by JR Mercier » 11 Jul 2018, 03:50

It's Toy Story come in a book! This sounds like such a great read. Thank you for the thorough review.
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Post by Christina Rose » 11 Jul 2018, 04:06

JR Mercier wrote:
11 Jul 2018, 03:50
It's Toy Story come in a book! This sounds like such a great read. Thank you for the thorough review.
Thank you! It was a fun read. :)

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Post by julessawyer » 11 Jul 2018, 05:04

Christina Rose wrote:
11 Jul 2018, 03:48
julessawyer wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 19:03
Christina Rose wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 02:39


Yes, it is similar to Toy Story, which I enjoyed as well. Thanks for taking time to read my review, and for sharing your thoughts. :)
I think I watch only one installation of the movie series. The movie made me cry. I longed for my toys. I could not go back so I'm making sure to teach my nephews and niece about the lesson I learned.
I'm trying to read about children's book reviews to learn from others. I recently wrote one myself. I learned from your review! :)
I'm glad you were able to learn something from my review. :) Children's books are fun to review, but can occasionally be a bit difficult for some reason.
Yes! thank YOU! That is actually true. It has some difficulty. I love illustrations and children are hard to please. It is either they like or they don't. Author for children's books are among the smartest people. :)

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Post by Christina Rose » 12 Jul 2018, 03:42

julessawyer wrote:
11 Jul 2018, 05:04
Christina Rose wrote:
11 Jul 2018, 03:48
julessawyer wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 19:03


I think I watch only one installation of the movie series. The movie made me cry. I longed for my toys. I could not go back so I'm making sure to teach my nephews and niece about the lesson I learned.
I'm trying to read about children's book reviews to learn from others. I recently wrote one myself. I learned from your review! :)
I'm glad you were able to learn something from my review. :) Children's books are fun to review, but can occasionally be a bit difficult for some reason.
Yes! thank YOU! That is actually true. It has some difficulty. I love illustrations and children are hard to please. It is either they like or they don't. Author for children's books are among the smartest people. :)
I agree! There is definitely a lot to consider when writing a book for children. You’re not just offering entertainment most of the time. You’re also typically offering an educational opportunity and maybe even a moral lesson.

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Post by booklysis » 17 Aug 2018, 09:03

Almost all children are imaginary. So, I think they are gonna love this. Great review!

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