Monday, December 9, 2013

Review: Candy and the Cankersaur

I was recently contacted by Jason Sandberg, the author of Candy and the Cankersaur.

This is a story about a girl, her dinosaur, and the jealous neighbor. Candy is a girl with a businessman for a father who likes her to play outside while he does business. The Jealous Neighbor is a little boy named Chucky who likes to have whatever Candy has but better. Candy's father decided that she needed a pet to keep her company. He bought her a dinosaur, which Chucky got very jealous of and decided to steal.

I can't reveal the end. But it is a very cute book which I would highly recommend. It has a cute plot, wonderful graphics, and reveals that all humans, even Jealous Neighbors, have feelings. Businessman fathers can actually be there for their daughters. And let's not forget that Dinosaurs might not be extinct! It is a good bedtime story and also is really good for morals.

I give this 5 coins.
5 = best.
1 = worst.

This book is recommonded for kids ages 3-9 (3-6 for a picture book; 6-9 for a read alone book). It is a cute book and can be bought at

I have been compensated for this post by being provided a free copy. All opinions are mine.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Maybe New "IMM" this weekend...

I have gotten another book to start reviewing. I realized now that I have said "I'm sorry" a lot on this blog. I have not been extremely active (in reviews and stuff) in quite a few years. But I will try to get a "In My Mailbox" vlog up this weekend (if plausible). I will have two books I received (if not more) and also some books I picked up for my baby boy. I have started reading The People of Forever Are Not Afraid and it is interesting and quite different than other books I have read. That is all I can say. Hope to see you this weekend!


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Extremely Long Hiatus

Things have changed quite a bit since my last time on here. I now have a son, am almost done with my associate's degree, and haven't reviewed a book in what feels like forever.

I have one book waiting to be reviewed currently. The People of Forever Are Not Afraid by Shani Boianjiu. I will hopefully be able to post a review when this summer semester is over (and when my son will let me).