Friday, February 25, 2022

Review: The Seasons: Story of Spring by Anna Garnet

The Seasons: Story of Spring

by Anna Garnet

Published: December 21, 2021

Genre: Children’s, Magic, Fantasy


Blurb:


Parents, this fun, magical story of seasons will become a new favorite in your household!

Take your child on a magical adventure to the fantasy world of Lunora. Meet the Season siblings Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn and learn about their magical powers to change the world and help others.

When Spring goes missing, seasons must find her before it’s too late!

Read this beautifully illustrated children’s short story with your child and encourage conversations about seasons, nature, family, care, friendship and so much more.

Inspire creativity and foster a lifelong love of reading in your child with this gripping, exciting fantasy story for children.

This children’s short story book is also great for joint bedtime reading and can be a great gift for children aged 6-12 who love fantasy and magic!


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My Review:

The Seasons: Story of Spring tells the story of four siblings, Brother Winter, Sister Spring, Brother Summer, and Sister Autumn. The Seasons: Story of Spring is one of the sweetest stories I believe I have ever read. It is a great story to explain to children about the changing of the season.

The Seasons: Story of Spring starts out with Brother Winter just settling down for the night after a long hard day. Upon the arrival of the next day, Sister Spring was to take over. The siblings have these magical powers that they use to change the weather when it is their turn.

But when everyone awoke the next morning Sister Spring was nowhere to be found. They searched high and low but no Spring. It was as if she had fallen off the face of the Earth. They searched all over their kingdom for their sister but had no luck. The only thing left for them to do was search outside their kingdom. So they set out to look for Spring in other kingdoms.

The Seasons: Story of Spring is a very magical story that will grab your attention from the beginning and never let go. I loved all the characters and can’t wait to read each and every one of their stories to see where their adventures take them. The Seasons: Story of Spring is a great way for parents and children to spend time together. The illustrations were beautifully done and fit with the story so well.

I would recommend The Seasons: Story of Spring to all parents and their children! One-click your copy of The Seasons: Story of Spring today for a magically enthralling adventure!


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