18 August, 2015

{{Book Review}} What A Bragger

Melissa Blowfish likes to brag that she can swim the fastest, climb the highest, and has the best of everything. Corey finds her crying in the sand box with her broken shovel, the only toy she had. They all chip in treasure coins for her birthday present. Melissa prays, giving thanks to God for her friends, and learns they are more important than all the toys in the sea.

Lee Ann Mancini and Dan Sharp have created an underwater world that explodes with color, drawing the children into the captivating story.“

*My Review*

What a Bragger by Lee Ann Mancini is an excellent book for your children, or your church library. I have three children(11,5, & 4), this is the first time we have ever read anything from "The Sea Kids" series. 

As a parent it super important for us to have books that will hold a child's attention and that they will enjoy reading while learning a lesson. 

Melissa Blowfish loves to brag about everything. She is always bragging to her friends. They get annoyed with her and her friend Corey talks to his Mom about her. In the book we find Corey asking his mom why Melissa keeps bragging and what should he can do about it. Corey's mom helps him come up with a solution to dealing with Melissa's bragging, while helping your child learn what to do.

This is a very colored book and fish are the main characters. It is fun to read with your child(ren) and talk about the story with them. This book teaches about  faith, about praying and thinking of others.

My 5 and 4 year old daughters love the book and it is one that will will read over and over.

If you would like to purchase the book you can do so by going here. 

I find this book is great for ages  3-7 year 
Also in the book there are little fish symbols that are hidden on each page in the book. It's another fun thing to look for throughout the book with your child(ren). 

I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. I am not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

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