I am super excited to share the next set of books for review. When author Rosemary Evans contacted me about reviewing her books I didn't know what to expect, but when the books arrived I was impressed with how she had packaged them in colorful tissue paper and stickers of her main character of Teeny Tiny Tina the tooth fairy. Lets start with a short description of each book and then I will give a summary of my overall impression.
Teeny Tiny Tina the Teeny Tiny Tooth Fairy
Slip into a tiny magical world with Teeny Tiny Tina the tooth fairy and discover right along with her; that being small is not necessarily a bad thing. Tina's sisters are bigger and have fun being tooth fairies, but Tina feels small and insignificant. She soon learns that small or big she can accomplish great things and help others.
Teeny Tiny Tina and her Teeny Tiny Pet
Join Teeny Tiny Tina in her second book where she learns a lesson from her pet cat-a-pillar Kat. Tina learns that Kat will be changing soon and won't let Kat out of her sight. She soon learns that change can be wonderful and is nothing to be afraid of.
The Little Princesses Magical Party
Princesses Abrielle and Annelise have a wonderful life in a castle where they play dress up and have tea parties, but they wish they had friends to play with. They decide to give a party for all the girls in the kingdom. Come with them as they display kindness,sharing and gratefulness to all the girls; and learn that every girl is a princess.
The Adventures of the Little Prince
Little Prince doesn't think he wants to be King, he just wants to go on an adventure. Along the way he meets many different types of people in the kingdom. He displays kindness, bravery and unselfishness and learns that he would make a great king after all.
I can not begin to rave about these books; in fact they plan to go into my permanent collection and be passed down to my grandchildren one day. I liked them all but my absolute favorite had to be Teeny Tiny Tina The Teeny Tina Tooth Fairy. The storyline of each one is simple enough for young children to understand. Each book has a lesson or character trait to convey to the reader and does a wonderful job describing it in true storybook form. At the end of each book is a breakdown of the character trait that all but one book display in rhyme. I adore the illustrations in each book. Bright, vibrant and fairytale like; my kids and I spent hours looking at all the details. These books are a wonderful collection for sharing Christ-like character traits to children.
I recommend these books for ages 3 and up (how high depends on the child...my 12 year old loved the books). Please check out Teeny Tiny Tooth Fairy online. Each book can be purchased there at a reasonable price and there are other products available that complement the books as well.
*These books were given to me by the author in exchange for my honest review.