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“A compelling story that just might teach young readers something about facing their fears of things that go ‘bump’ in the night.” Read the full review here.
Bitterly and the Giant Problem begins in a very thrilling and imaginative way and the rest of the story does not disappoint! It’s a really fun story, but there’s a serious side too. It’s easy care about and emphasize with Bitterly — the issues she deals with are the same issues we have all dealt with at one time or another — bullies, facing your fears, and empowering yourself to change your situation. The story is wonderful and gives the reader much to think about — even after the story ends. And speaking of the story being over, bring on the Pinkaboos #2! Read the full review here.
It is great for beginner chapter readers, with bright pictures on about every other set of pages. My daughter is 7 and has been reading chapter books consistently, and even though she usually has the patience to make it through a book that doesn’t have pictures, the addition of some fun illustrations is helpful, especially when the book has some very unique characters – the illustrations really bring those characters to life! Read the full review here.
The book speaks about a relevant and important topic and is laced with whimsy and magic. It is an attractively presented story that will capture reader attention. The book has some excellent tactics that will help kids overcome their fears. Miss Viper’s class scenes are entertaining and the illustrations give life and movement to the story. The story is highly imaginative with delightfully expressed moments to keep kids glued to the pages. True to the title, the color pink dominates the theme and the pictures in the story. Read the full review here.
Raymond Obstfeld, New York Times Bestselling Author: As a parent who has read countless books to my own children, I am always on the lookout for another book that will make that time together special. That’s why I’m so thrilled with “The Pinkaboos.” It’s charming, exciting, funny, and just the kind of book that kids and parents can enjoy together. My daughter and I can’t wait for the next one.