(PRWEB) May 22, 2017
We entertain our minds, and those of our kids, as we engage in the stories and adventures the kids take with their families. We follow along as the book shares with us tales of tantrums from kids, pride and glory, almost getting into trouble, even the book getting lost and forgotten and accidentally found again - each time it gets checked out from the library up the very end with the collector.
Reviewed by Carla Cilvik, editor for Upworks
"The Life of a Book" is a unique, charming and fun story of the life, thoughts and feelings of a book as it travels from one home to another. Along the way, this book meets many different children and gets to know them and their parents, too. It's well read, well loved, and well taken care of. An excellent story for a young child, perhaps between the ages of 4-7. I think they, as well as the parents will enjoy this cheerful tale and be encouraged to visit their local library to pick out a special book of their own. After all, they'll want it to feel as loved as the main book in this story!
Reviewed By Ruffina Oserio for Readers’ Favorite
The Life of a Book by Danial Suits is a beautiful book for kids and adults, a book that will teach adults how kids view the world of books and remind kids of a world filled with interesting characters and friends. “This is where I was; in the children’s section where it is fun for kids,” so says the narrator; a book that gets the attention of Jason Simpson and soon finds its way on a journey to his home. The author of this book has come up with a very interesting concept, one I haven’t seen before. He makes a book come alive and shows how it adds color to the life of children, affecting them in incredible ways. It is curious to note that the stories are told from the point of view of the book and the reader is entertained as he observes the children interact with it.
Danial Suits writes beautifully and has created such characters that succinctly portray the world and psychology of young readers, a book that will encourage parents to invite their kids to the library, to help them develop a reading culture and to understand the role books play in the lives of their children. Katlin Wagner, Jerry Peterson, Smith Davis, and others are compelling characters that young readers will relate to, and each of these characters has a unique relationship with the book, a relationship that has its own lessons. The Life of a Book is about the importance of good books in the lives of young readers. The scenes are dramatic, the settings colorful, and the characters are well explored. Kids will love this book and will learn to look at each book as having a life and voice of its own.