This morning I had the pleasure of reviewing Miss Melody Kitty's Daydream Adventures, a children's book written by Diane Eason and illustrated by Rosemary Sanford.
This story incorporates many timeless elements in children's literature, including colorful illustrations, small animals, and a happy resolution that focuses on the importance of individuality. I would definitely recommend it to those who love children's books.
Synopsis: Miss Melody Kitty's Daydream Adventures tells the story of Miss Melody, a young kitten who wishes she could change herself in order to experience new adventures. Throughout the story, Melody helps several small creatures who are in need of her assistance. These daily adventures cause her to realize that it is important for her to be herself, or, as the book says: just the way God made her.
My three-year-old kiddo loved the cheerful pictures, and I imagine when he gets a bit older this book will be useful in teaching him how to read (a bonus for me)!
Be sure to pick up your own copy of Miss Melody Kitty's Daydream Adventures at Spirit-Led-Designs. You will also find an animated version of the book for interactive story-time as well as a Miss Melody Kitty doll.
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