Saturday, July 15, 2023

Dorothy Dustbucket by Christina B. Bianco - Book Tour & Review

Book Blurb

Join Dorothy on her magical adventures as she cleans up after the messy Lees family the house every night, but with a mischievous twist!

From putting things in the wrong places to discovering newfangled contraptions like mobile phones and washing machines, Dorothy's antics are sure to tickle your funny bone.

This hilarious poetry picture book is perfect for kids aged 2-6 who love a good laugh and don't mind a bit of dust in their fairy tales.

So grab your wand and get ready to laugh with Dorothy Dustbucket!

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My Review
Dorothy Dustbucket is a cute children's story about a cleaning fairy who lives in the attic of a family's house. Only the little girl can see Dorothy, but Dorothy doesn't mind. She's happy just to clean and tidy the house, although she doesn't quite understand modern technology. Instead of using the washing machine, Dorothy washes clothes by hand. Instead of using the dryer, she hangs the clothes out to dry. And even though the parents might not know what's going on, they seem content with the fact that they don't have to clean much at all.
I think young readers will enjoy the rhyming scheme and the overall story, as well as the adorable illustrations. And adults (especially moms) will relate to the parents, wishing they could have a Dorothy as well. I know having a cleaning fairy would be awesome and keep me from stressing out as much. 😂
There were only a couple of minor issues with the book. There were a couple of misspellings, and it seemed like the father changed race after his first appearance. He was a lighter color when he first showed up, but by the end of the book, he was darker. But other than that, the book was a delightful read that parents and kids can enjoy together.
4 stars!

 Author Bio 

Christina has had a successful career in the Art, Design and TV Industry before owning her very own Art Gallery.

Inspired by her love of reading and doodling, Christina decided to put pen to paper and create 'Dorothy Dustbucket.'

Splitting time between Europe and the UK, she lives in the beautiful county of Cheshire, along with her husband and two children, who provided much of the inspiration for the children's books.

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