Bell’s Big Move [Picture book review]

A little heads up. Usually I post my reviews on books I read and products I used on Amazon. I found it easy to post and share. But recently for some reason I’m still unsure Amazon wiped ALL of my reviews. I searched online some people met the same issue and it seemed there is no way to recover it or even to dispute. Well, it upset me, but it won’t stop me sharing my reviews on books. I just find reviewing is not only a good way to truly enjoy and learn from a lovely book, but also a great way to help people. So I guess it’s time to resume this blog.

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I want to start with this lovely picture book called Bell’s Big Move by Tom Shay-Zapien. It’s a simple lovely story about a girl Sophia and her puppy Bell moving with family to a different place and they made new friends and got used to the new community. The story is well edited and goes smoothly, will appeal to children 3-6 years old, especially those with pets.

Screen Shot 2018-01-30 at 11.22.26 AMThe illustrations was bright, beautiful and perfect to the story. It’s unique style of photos of miniatures of dolls and settings. You can see those fine details of these miniatures. No matter the textures and patterns of the fiber, or the cute decorations on lamp, or the little flowers in bushes, are all very well arranged and done.

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