Monday, July 8, 2013
Recall the Batman films? Well, the movie producer of prosperous films like these and amusing children’s television programs such as Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Michael Uslan, has issued this endearing children’s book. Chatterbox – The birdwatch Who Wore Glasses is available in a lasting, hardback format with an adorable cover sleeve that will help extend the life of the book. At 40 pages and full of superior illustrations, this book is for certain to entertain children. Melancholy, red-headed Nancy doesn’t adapt to the other kids who call her "Nancy Nobody". She wished and longed-for a new friend and one day the dream came real when a plumaged, sight-challenged friend flew her way. Nancy felt wanted, she was adored, and her world was positioned correctly by her new amusing bird. John Steven Gurney, a very productive artist and illustrator, colorfully illustrates the big pages with enough of things to look at. Composed in playful, light poetry the writer does reference things like prayer and "God’s love", there fore it may attract to a churchgoing audience. The book icomes with a CD with 2 songs and the orated translation of the narration by actress Brittany Murphy (voice of Luanne on King of the Hill, also recognized for her roles in Clueless and Up Town Girls). This could for sure attract self-governing child who wants to "read" the book themselves. As well, the CD option may offer a few additional moments for busy caregivers. The bullying depicted in the start of the story, though very minor, may be useful for constructing empathy in the classroom for solitary and separate souls. Children with family pets, particularly birds, would by all odds relish this book. Likewise, kids that are just getting accustomed to either themselves or someone they know who has lately gotten glasses. Chatterbox – The Bird Who Wore Glasses is really the premier book in a series by the author Michael Uslan. Check out the website for the book at: www(dot)chatterboxthebirdwhoworeglasses(dot)com ISBN#: 0-97538432-5 Author: Michael E. Uslan Illustrator: John Steven Gurney Publisher: EE Publishing & Productions, Inc.
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