Monday, 9 November 2015

Book review - Destiny and Faith Get Stuck In The Country, by Teddy O'Malley

This book is a marvellous illustration of the advice that is constantly being given to modern writers - show, don't tell. Children's books, at least the better ones, always contain some didactic element, and O'Malley has slipped hers in with beautiful subtlety, showing the young reader a number of desirable behaviours that include flexibility, kindness and true and whole-hearted acceptance of people with disabilities, including the all-important inclusiveness of making it easy for them to share in everything with the rest of a group. For this reason, the book should appeal to parents and teachers as well to its target audience. Very nice work indeed; a great addition to the library, classroom or home. 

Destiny and Faith Get Stuck In The Country is available from AMAZON in large print paperback.

While you're at Amazon ordering your copy of Destiny and Faith Get Stuck In The Country for your child, check out my new romance novella; you deserve something for yourself. Preorder Operation Tomcat HERE.

No comments:

Post a Comment