Thursday, May 8, 2014

Book Review: Magical Toys by Uncle Amos

It’s never too early to teach children to have respect for one’s belongings. By doing so it will transcend throughout childhood and into adulthood. Not that their won’t be bumps in the road in setting a child to task in cleaning their room.

Ron is your typical boy with many toys, but ignores his mother’s request to clean up his room. Not only his Ron’s mother disappointed by his lack of following directions and lying to avoid clean up, he come across annoyance from an unlikely group.

Uncle Amos creates a relatable story of a boy and his toys and the responsibility and care one should have toward their treasures. Uncle Amos teaches an invaluable lesson without preaching lending to many years of enjoyment from Magical Toys.


Best wishes,
Donna M. McDine
Award-winning Children's Author
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