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eBook – Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg Review

Today I received a really cute eBook to read my son.  It is called Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg.   I thought it was going to be about Easter, and so did my son.  He kept asking where the Easter Bunny was.  I had to tell him that some animals have eggs to make other animals.  He was confused but as I read on and as he looked at the pictures, I think he understood what I told him.  The book teaches children to be kind to animals.  It also teaches them to never give up.  It shows them another side to animals that they normally wouldn’t see, the egg that makes another animal.   It’s a cute and fun read.  The illustrations are what put the icing on the cake for this book.  Terry is an extremely cute and likable character.

UPDATE as of 9/26/14 This eBook is $0.00 for Kindle!  Get it free and join the Terry Treetop series.  Really cute for ages 2-6

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This Man book by Jodi Ellen Malpas Review

Today I received two copies of This Man, the first of the trilogy.  It’s written by Jodi Ellen Malpas.  The cover looks exactly like the 50 Shades of Grey cover.  I’m pretty sure that was intentional to get readers of that trilogy, interested in this trilogy.   I think this book needs it’s own unique cover.   Jesse Ward seems like an abusive guy at first.  I can’t say he changes his way, as I haven’t read the other two books.  Ava seems to be enchanted with this jerk, but it’s probably more about lust.  I know he has a soft side, but at first he really seems like someone she should stay far away from.  Jodi Ellen Malpas has pretty good flow with the characters she created.  The words she used aren’t overly big words, which makes it an easy read for most people.  If you’re interested in this type of erotica genre books, I recommend starting this trilogy.  I’m going to lend one of the books to a friend, (if you’re reading,just let me know where to send it).  Then that friend can send it to one of their friends and so on.  Email me!
I am curious about what happens in the next books!
I received these free books from ChatterBox