Sam Sam and Marzipan The Cubby House

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
WOW…imagination like only a little boy can have, captured in a picture book! Sam is a four year old boy whose imagination sees his cubby friends, Marzipan (his faithful cat – who also talks), Spoon, Dish and Tock (the cubby wall clock) come to life and join him on each adventure. An adventure where seas are filled with chocolate; mountains are made of marshmallow, vanilla icebergs and more. More
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About Dan Ryan

Dan Ryan lives in Brisbane is married, and has two adult children.

A relatively new children’s writer, Dan has enjoyed considerable success with all 4 books debuting in the Top 10 Best Seller list. Sam Sam and Marzipan ‘The Jungle’ and Maximilian and the Magic Story Book ‘Land of Dinosaurs’ both debuted at #1 on Australia Best Seller list. With a passion for writing children’s books both series are intended to be imaginative and educational.

Dan aims to appeal to parents who he hopes will enjoy reading his stories with their children, and children too will enjoy reading his stories over and over.

Having long held a desire to be an author Dan has now produced and published six books and a further two (one in each series) are underway and will be added to the website within weeks.

With a background in finance and banking Dan has enjoyed a number of Senior Management positions in banking over a twenty six year career prior to establishing his own diverse Financial Services business in 2003, which he continues to manage day to day when not plotting his next book.

Reviews

Review by: Jessica Adams on Aug. 04, 2017 :
My daughter and I enjoyed this book. It is a sweet book, literally! The story is full of imagination, adventure, and chocolate, which is my favorite! The illustrations are bright and nicely done. The story is short and would make a great bedtime story for young children, around ages 3-6. This book really brings out the kid in me thinking of all the candy. I think it could bring up great discussions with children on how it is fun to imagine eating all the yummy goodies, but it is only fun to imagine. Not to actually eat all the goodies. It could be a great way to bring up self control as kids get older when parents aren't around all the time to monitor what their kids are eating. I think all kids dream of eating lots and lots of candy, and this book could serve as a great learning opportunity to teach them that it's okay to dream about it, just not overdo it in real life.
Jessica D. Adams, Author
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Review by: Michelle Dennise on April 01, 2017 :
What a great imaginative story. How nice it would be if we could really have chocolate rivers. Fantastic illustrations. My kids will love this story. Great job Dan.
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Review by: Kathy Rae on March 12, 2017 :
A child's greatest dream come true in a storybook! Great illustration and a fun imaginative story!
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