Today’s Short Story review is on Postcards From a War by Vanita Oelschlager. It is picture book for children on war.
Published: September 1st 2009 by VanitaBooks, LLC
Read Date: June 24th 2017
Blurb (in my words):
Story is about Matthew Brian Jackson whose mother is in air force and has recently went to war. When he share his feeling to his grandpa Brian that he is sad his mother has to go away and couldn’t understand why, his grandpa narrates his own story of his father going on WW II and also shares postcard and letters, his father wrote from war, to his grandson. Grandson and grandpa together writes a book with postcards from grandpa’s father and emails received from his mother. Continue reading
Published: Jan 12th 2016 by Sweet Cherry Publishing
Read Date: June 21st 2017
Blurb (in my words):
Dorothy sweet little girl adopted by farmer couple is living in the Kansas prairie. One day a strong cyclone whisked her away from her family to an unknown strange Land of Oz. There she finds out from the a good witch about great wizard Oz, who is living in the City of Emerald and is the only one who can help her to find a way to her home Kansas. So, here starts the long journey of little Dorothy.
On the way to Emerald City, she meets scarecrow, a tin woodman and a lion. This little group with the purpose set out to meet great and terrible Oz.
Can Dorothy go back to Kansas? Will Oz’s magic help her to send her back to Kansas?
Hello everyone! As I was reading and reviewing short stories of less than 100 pages, lately. I thought I will dedicate a day for short stories. As most of short stories are for children, what other day can be good for parents to tell their kids a story!
So, today’s short-story review is on “Goodnight, Jeremy by Stacy White“.
Published: March 11th 2017
Read Date: May 25th 2017
Little blurb on this little book (in my words)-
Goodnight, Jeremy is short illustrated story about Jeremy, who loves to play with his toys. Every nook and corner of his rooms is filled with lots of toys- on shelves, in cupboard, in box, behind door, under the bed. After playing all day with toys, when he goes to bed, he couldn’t fall asleep. Why is that?
This is very beautiful and colorful illustrated story. Jeremy in this book is such a lovely boy. I loved his imagination, how his mind wonders when he couldn’t sleep. During this part of the story graphics were really captivating. This book teaches children to keep room neat and tidy and to keep the promises they made to parents for peaceful mind. By telling this small bedtime story this message can be easily conveyed to children. Children would love to read this story and go through it’s colorful pages.
*** Note: I received review copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. I am glad I got a chance to review this book. ***
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Happy Reading! 🙂
Published: April 4th 2016 by Noble Point
Read Date: May 2nd 2017
This is very cute short illustrated children’s story.
Blurb (in my words)–
The story is narrated by Susie-the cat. Susie is living with Andy’s family, waiting for his human friend Andy to return home for weekends and planning to go on adventure. Where this little adventure of Andy and Susie will take them?
My view: Continue reading
Published: March 1st 2017 by HemDiva Dev
Read Date: May 1st 2017
This is beautiful short story that children would love to read.
Blurb (in my words)–
After school, Chinky and Pinky are waiting for their moms to pick them up. While they are waiting, a scary dog comes from nowhere and scare them out of their wits. In fright they leave the school gate and run away from the dog blindly. When they stop, they don’t know where they are and how to find way back. They see two boys of their school in alley heading towards a shop. They have to do something to find their way back, so they follow the boys. At the shop they suddenly meet Oodhi- the kite. And here starts their weird adventure and also drag their poor mothers into it.