Monday, January 7, 2019
The Magic Boat
A shy young girl visiting her grandmother gets drawn into adventure when she meets a new friend who opens up new worlds through her own imagination in The Magic Boat. Who knew that a broken down boat could be a vessel that could transport one on adventures unknown?
Each day dawns with new possibility as these two new friends discover that imagination has no limits. Explore the magic of their friendship during their time at the beach one summer. The watercolor illustrations are bright, and happy and will draw readers into the pages of this book.
For anyone who has been shy or uncertain, this book is a wonderful glimpse at all the potential fun to be had in meeting new people. The Magic Boat will encourage children of all ages to use their imagination to create their own adventures. Exactly what childhood should be about!
Disclaimer: I received a free digital copy of The Magic Boat from NetGalley for the purpose of review. The opinions expressed are my own and no other compensation was received.
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