Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Book Review: Danny The Dragon "Meets Jimmy"

 Tina Turbin's book Danny The Dragon "Meets Jimmy" was loved by all in my home. My daughter loved reading the book and reading along with the DVD, which features sign language for the hearing impaired. You can also read along with a CD. This book is a great addition to any home and is kid friendly all the way.Danny and his friend and navigator, Skipper meet Jimmy and his family when Jimmy finds a sea shell that talks to him. Jimmy's family does not hear the sea shell talk. Jimmy takes the sea shell home with him and something amazing happens. Danny is a magical character that kids will love. The illustrations are very eye-catching and make the story so real. There are lessons to be learned by children in the book.
 I highly recommend Danny The Dragon "Meets Jimmy" and look forward to more in the series which, after reading the book, you will know that there is more to come.


Tina Turbin (http://TinaTurbin.com) is an award-winning children's published author, writer, researcher, humanitarian, cook and mother of three. Working for many years with children in the Entertainment Business, she has always been an advocate for children, families, celiac and gluten issues (http://GlutenFreeHelp.info). As a member and contributing writer for such distinguished organizations as the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) and numerous other publications, her indispensable advice on topics such as family, children, gluten issues and celiac disease has proven invaluable to many. You can listen to Tina as a guest on a variety of weekly radio shows.  She is proud to work closely with the Celiac Disease Centerat Columbia University Medical Center in raising awareness for celiac research, and is a friend to many through her delightfulDanny the Dragon children’s series (http://DannyTheDragon.com) – including libraries, schools, families and hospitals.  She is a member of the Association of Booksellers for Children (ABC), the Southern Independent Booksellers Association (SIBA) the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and the Florida Association for Media in Education (FAME). You may contact Tina at info@TinaTurbin.com.
*I was sent a packet for review from the author. No other compensation was given.

2 comments:

Feeling Fit With Dana

Sounds like a fun book. I'll have to check it out. My grandbaby is just 7 months old, but we love to read! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm following you back!

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