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Dreams in a Jar by Kate Staves - Book Tour & Review

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Dreams In A Jar

What if you could keep a little piece of your dreams to hold on to forever?

Put on your very best pyjamas and get ready for a magical journey through the land of dreams, collecting trinkets and souvenirs as we go!

In this story, a flower isn’t just a flower…it’s a pixie hat! A rusty old bolt isn’t just a rusty old bolt…it’s a piece of a rocket ship that blasted past a star! Let’s collect up all of these precious treasures together and keep them somewhere safe…I know, how about in a special jar?

A sweet, rhyming adventure story to share with your little dreamer

 

Purchase Links

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B095KM4XTG 

US - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B095KM4XTG

 
My Review
Dreams in a Jar is a cute, magical story that will delight young readers. It's a story about collecting special souvenirs from dreams and keeping them in a jar. While others may see a bunch of junk, the child who collects these trinkets is reminded of all the special adventures they had, and of all the different lives they were able to live while dreaming. It's a sweet story, with an easy-to-read rhyming scheme and fun illustrations that make each dream even more wonderful. Young readers will love coming back to this book over and over again.
5 stars!


Author Bio – Kate Staves is an independent children's author living in the historic city of York, when she is not writing fun filled children’s books she is caring for her own two little children and is currently expecting baby number three!

Social Media Links –  INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/KATESTAVESBOOKS/

FACEBOOK  https://www.facebook.com/EverAfterWithKids/


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