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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Kingdom of Kairo by Emma Everett & Rocky Rocks and the Colorful Socks by Seniha Slowinski - Book Tour & Review

 12 Days of Clink Street


Kingdom of Kairo by Emma Everett


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Summary:

When a dreaded storm separates compassionate Kairo from his family, he is left to fend for himself on the outskirts of the jungle. Thankfully, the kind-hearted elephant matriarch Melina discovers his plight and decides to raise Kairo as her own. Kairo learns to love life in the jungle, but when his parents come looking for him, Kairo is torn between returning to the life he once knew and staying with the elephant that saved his life.


Information about the Book

Title: Kingdom of Kairo

Author: Emma Everett

Release Date: 16th April 2020

Genre: Picture Book

Page Count: 26

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/56115730-kingdom-of-kario 

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingdom-Kairo-Emma-Everett/dp/1913136582 


My Review
Kingdom of Kairo is a cute children's book about a little boy who gets left behind after a terrible storm, only to be taken in by an elephant who cares for him as her own. But when his parents return and find him, he must make a choice: go with his parents or stay with the elephant he's come to love. 
I thought this was a sweet, endearing story about a boy who learns to love the jungle and the elephants who live there. He's tough and resilient, and even when faced with a difficult choice, he chooses to do something that benefits everyone. 
The illustrations are lovely to look at, and I think young readers will enjoy the story of a boy and his elephant.
4 stars.



Rocky Rocks and the Colourful Socks
By Seniha Slowinski


Rocky Rocks and the Colourful Socks by [Slowinski, Seniha]

Summary:

Can you help Rocky Rocks find his socks? If you can see, you must tell me, what colour sock you can see? I’ll give you a clue, it rhymes with bed, could it be the colour… Rocky Rocks and the Colour Socks is a fun and interactive way of learning through rhyme by Seniha Slowinski. Illustrations by Nick Roberts.


Information about the Book

Title: Rocky Rocks and the Colourful Socks

Author: Seniha Slowinski

Illustrator: Nick Roberts

Release Date: 1st February 2018

Genre: Picture Book

Page Count: 26

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/37508496-rocky-rocks-and-the-colourful-socks 

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rocky-Rocks-Colourful-Seniha-Slowinski-ebook/dp/B077ZJ2BDT 


My Review
Rocky Rocks and the Colorful Socks is an adorable children's book that happens to be interactive in a way. The story follows Rocky Rocks, a silly, playful puppy who is looking for his socks. Each page contains clues and a rhyme to help young readers discover where the colorful sock is hidden. It's a fun little story that will keep young readers engaged and happy. It will also help teach colors to young readers as well. Definitely a great book to have on hand.
5 stars!

Tour Schedule




Tuesday 1st December

Tea Party Princess


Jazzy Book Reviews


Donna’s Book Blog


Wednesday 2nd December

Twirling Book Princess


Rambling Mads


Tursday 3rd December

Book, Blog and Candle


Stuck in the Book


Friday 4th December

Pen and Paper


Echoes in an Empty Room


Saturday 5th December

Bookworm and Theatre Mouse


Jazzy Book Reviews


Sunday 6th December

Fantastic Feathers


Novel Kicks


Twirling Book Princess



Monday 7th December

Marie’s Book Boutique


Rambling Mads



Tuesday 8th December

Stuck in the Book


Pen and Paper


Echoes in an Empty Room


Wednesday 9th December

Novel Kicks


Jazzy Book Reviews


Julz Reads


Thursday 10th December

Stuck in the Book


Donna’s Book Blog


Julz Reads


Friday 11th December

Echoes in an Empty Room


Julz Reads


Saturday 12th December

Novel Kicks


My Bookworm Life


Marie’s Book Boutique


Kraftireader


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