Renee @ Mother Daughter Book Reviews

Children's Book Reviews by Kids and Their Grown-Ups
Top Reviewer Ranking: 389
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (20 of 21)
Location: Vancouver BC


Top Reviewer Ranking: 389 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 21
Say No to Bullying by Louise Spilsbury
Say No to Bullying by Louise Spilsbury
I recently had the pleasure of receiving a review copy of Say No to Bullying directly from the publisher, Barrons Educational Series. Bullying is something that most children (regardless of gender) will experience at least to some extent as either a perpetrator, victim, or bystander and this wonderful book covers it all.

The book begins by going into details explaining the different types of bullying including physical bullying, teasing and name-calling, relationship bullying, racist bullying, homophobic bullying, cyber-bullying, and much more. There is just the right amount of information for a child in the target age range (7 to 13) to be able to identify if they are being… Read more
From the Magical Mind of Mindy Munson by Nikki Bennett
My son (7), daughter (11) and I (the Mom) read and reviewed this book for Mother Daughter Book Reviews. Here are excerpts from our reviews. Visit our website for more.

SON SAYS: This book is about four kids named Jesse, Mindy, Susie, and Tucker who realize there are magical creatures living in and around their house. I liked everything about this book but a thing I really liked was when Jesse said On Fursdays Da Fing gets cwampy in his hole, so he comes out of it. I learned that when something very sad happens you cant keep thinking about it for the rest of your life. I loved this book and I want to read it every day forever.

DAUGHTER SAYS: I liked everything about… Read more
A Different Kind of Safari by Helen C. Hipp
A Different Kind of Safari by Helen C. Hipp
Inspired by real events, A Different Kind of Safaritakes the reader on a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance through the eyes of a young boy (Ray) on an African safari who meets a pink hippo named Rosie. Rosie is unlike any hippo Ray has ever seen. Aside from her different color, Rosie is able to speak to Ray and to teach him valuable life lessons about accepting ones differences. The reader learns that Ray is also different from other children his age. He finds talking to other people difficult and prefers to be by himself.

Rosie takes Ray on a ride down the Mara River where he learns, literally, to go with the flow and where he meets up with a wise old… Read more