A girl and her dogs- For kids

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Read A lonely girl? Need another bedtime story? Well here it is! This time 2 pages long! Jessie's dog has died so she's very sad... can Mom cheer her up?
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About Kate Leonard And Jessica Teixeira

Jessica Teixeira and Kate Leonard have been friends since the first year at primary school. They are writing many books currently. (2013 March 11) Some of them I cannot tell you until they come out as ebooks.

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Review by: Alexis Greenfield on April 26, 2013 :
Excellent. I am reviewing it again so it gets 5 star.
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Review by: Alexis Greenfield on April 25, 2013 :
Now my stars are working. Samantha Thompson, if you want to see writing power, review every single one of JKBooks's books. That will take you a while! They have got 11 so far!
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Review by: Alexis Greenfield on April 25, 2013 : (no rating)
I loved this story. Or should I say, younger kids I read it to loved it. They simply didn't want any other story! I rate five star but my review isn't working.
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Review by: Alexis Greenfield on April 25, 2013 : (no rating)
I really don't agree. Anyone who needs ultimate detail in a bedtime story is (No offence) very mad. A bedtime story's purpose is to be short, easy to read and good for a few minutes reading. If you are a picky reader with no kids, don't download a 'bedtime' story. Just pick another book. Anyway, an adult should tell children what things mean to help them learn. Take, The cat sat on the mat, for example. A child might find that very easy. But, The fat cat sat on the big blue mat, is a bit more difficult. Growing children get bored of not learning new things. Even at young ages, they need to stretch their knowledge. I rate this five star.
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Review by: Samantha Thompson on April 24, 2013 :
I really have to be honest here. This 'book' reminds me of a third grader writing a paragraph. The sentences are too choppy, the dialogue is just one long run on conversation that a child wouldn't be able to follow.

The concept is good, but I personally don't see this a book worthy material.
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