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It's refreshing to find writers who can write these types of books that seem to be dwindling. The next book in the series takes place in England. Another great adventure with PJ Mouse!
Look out for our review next week. Join PJ Mouse, Emily's adorable, slightly featherbrained stuffed animal, on this, his second adventure, along the coast of Queensland, as he snorkels at the Great Barrier Reef, chats with a Loggerhead turtle in the midst of a great undertaking, and explores the tropical rainforest - until he has to be rescued by one of the local friendly wildlife.
Educational and fun for the young reader, the PJ Mouse books encourage kids to overcome their fears of the unknown and appreciate, and care for, the world around us. Read more Read less. Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled Language: Product description Review I think I have a new favorite children's book!
See all Product description. Product details Format: Kindle Edition File Size: site Australia Services, Inc. English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled. No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Most helpful customer reviews on site. My girls found the story entertaining and both acknowledged that they either learned or remembered a good bit of information about Queensland and Australia without feeling like they were being taught.
And I will tell you--after a full day of school, they are the first to toss aside a book that teaches first and entertains later!
The book follows PJ's explorations and misadventures --and offers PJ and readers little discoveries about Australia and Queensland. Everything is new to PJ in the unfamiliar country--just as many things are new to children exploring a new country or culture for the first time.
While the book doesn't go into heavy, textbook-like detail--it touches on the animals and some key sites that family travels may encounter in Queensland. The illustrations complement the pages of PJ's adventure story with fun images and splashes of bright color.
The illustrations of PJ capture his personality--and the colors help pull readers into PJ's moments of excitement and wonder.
This book was adorable. I think I enjoyed listening as the children read it aloud almost as much as they did. The author does a wonderful job sharing information with young readers in a fun, entertaining style. This book is a great way to introduce young readers to the wonders and excitement of traveling to a new place! As the author offers tidbits about PJ's trip--such as finding seats on an airplane; parents have the opportunity to further discuss those topics so that young ones know what to expect as they travel on their own adventures.
While I see this as a great "tool" for family travelers with young children--it's a fun story about an adventurous mouse as well! I received a complimentary copy of this book for use in a blog review. All opinions are my own.
This is the second book in PJ's adventures, and now, the mouse takes a huge trip half-way around the world to Australia.
The big plane ride, which is quite the adventure not only for a small mouse like PJ, already has his curiosity and excitement spiked, and does the same to the reader. I enjoyed this book more than the first one.
The adventures have a quicker pace and throw PJ into situation kids themselves would love to dive into. As in the other book, the reader discovers Queensland, learns several facts, and simply gets a nice introduction to this foreign place and the different things there.
The illustrations, done by the author's daughter, are simple but vibrant. My daughter and I both enjoyed looking through them, and found they fit perfectly to PJ adventures. I find this story fitting as a bedtime read. Since each one also brings across new things about Queensland, the small breaks make it perfect for short read-aloud sessions. Although I did find this book a little nicer paced than the first one, I still felt as if it were talking down to the reader, and some things were a little overly expressed.
Possibly unfamiliar terms are explained, which is nice but sometimes a bit much. It's clear that PJ has a lot to learn. Summed up, this is a fun way for young readers to learn something about Queensland. Best American Poetry Susan Gabrielle. Books and Reading. Bill Bradfield. The Best of the Best American Poetry. A Carnival of Losses.
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