Official Review: Elizabeth Munk's Forest Edge Adventure

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Re: Official Review: Elizabeth Munk's Forest Edge Adventure

Post by Agnes Masobeng » 27 Oct 2019, 23:54

Thanks for the review and for reccommending the book. Children will learn a thing or two from this book especially about family, creativity and life in the forest.
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Post by Disneyland » 27 Oct 2019, 23:56

Official Review: Elizabeth Munk's Forest Edge Adventure by Faye McFarland is effective and fills the mind of sensitive readers with purpose and orientation. The description of the day's journey of the family of chipmunks in the review is full of charm and makes the book a choice of most of the reader! It strikes my fancy to write on the theme of the relationship between nature and human being!

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Post by Noilaus » 28 Oct 2019, 00:02

It seems like Elizabeth was one unique munk whose hobies included exploring nature. Kids will enjoy this one and I think it could help even some teens learn about the importance of taking a break from computer addictions (playing games) , for outdoor activities. Thanks for the informative review

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Post by Wamakima » 28 Oct 2019, 00:05

I enjoyed reading the sample and a lot of things jumped out to me. For instance, the dynamic relationship between the siblings and between the mother and each of the children. The illustrations were also quite pretty. Thank you for your honest review.
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Post by Howlan » 28 Oct 2019, 00:08

It seems like a book children will really enjoy. I really enjoyed your review. Seems that the book has a lot more to offer than the surface.

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Post by rave_2 » 28 Oct 2019, 00:14

The art is beautiful! And a bit realistic, too.
It's cute that the youngest chipmunk had a sprightly personality and loved nature. I agree that this sounds like a great book for encouraging kids to explore outside. Great review.
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Post by Beatus » 28 Oct 2019, 00:18

I always love a book that makes sense to children. I have two myself and its always a learning journey. I guess it never ends. Lovely review and a very good story.

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Post by oonetsa1 » 28 Oct 2019, 00:19

Thank you for your thoughtful review. I think this may be one I pick up for my own children. I saw a sample but after reading your review I see that this book has more to offer then it first appears. I really like glosserys and facts to spark kids imagination even more.

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Post by Daniel_ » 28 Oct 2019, 00:25

This is captivating one; moreover, I love children's books like this too.
Thanks for the review.

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Post by Clorinda Donovan » 28 Oct 2019, 00:44

Not only would I recommend this story to children, I would enjoy it myself. The fact that it is full of fun and adventure in the outdoors is my favorite aspect. The informative and educational side to the story is a plus. Great review.
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Post by Dolor » 28 Oct 2019, 01:06

Elizabeth Munk's Forest Edge Adventure by Faye McFarland is an illustrated book for #Children that highlights #Family #Relationships and #Acceptance. This is an #Inspirational story that features a family of chipmunks that must work hard to gather food for the winter.

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Post by supernatural143 » 28 Oct 2019, 01:17

In "Elizabeth Munk's Forest Edge Adventure", Faye McFarland weaves a tale about a family of chipmunks that must work hard at the Forest Edge to gather food for the winter.

#Children #Inspirational #Acceptance #Family #Relationships

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Post by cristinaro » 28 Oct 2019, 01:19

Elizabeth Munk's story seems to be both educational and entertaining for kids, who will learn valuable lessons about nature. Most definitely, it will teach them to enjoy the outdoors and to pay more attention to plants and animals. Thanks for your detailed review!
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Post by Ma Cheryll » 28 Oct 2019, 01:27

Congratulations on the great job! I enjoyed reading your review as much as I did with the sampler🤗Thank you for sharing! Congratulations to the author as well on the #BOTD🎉

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Post by Wyland » 28 Oct 2019, 01:47

I like the story revolving around the chipmunk. I think it will teach kids on how to be responsible and about teamwork. Thanks for the review.

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