GOLDEN REVIEW Book! “The Nutt Family: An Acorny Adventure” by Angela Muse

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Chess Nutt and his sister Praline are always pretending to have crazy adventures. What happens when these two acorn siblings have an unexpected real life adventure on their own? Things get a little nutty! This book is intended for children aged 8 and under.

Also check out Lil Glimmer, The Pig Princess and The Bee Bully by Angela Muse.

 

This review “duo” loved it!

This review consists of 2 parts: 1. My son’s review (he’s 5.5) and 2. My review (the Mom). These are excerpts – for the full review visit us at our website.

**The Nutt Family by A. Muse was provided to us free-of-charge by the author.**

SON SAYS:

What I liked and disliked about it:

I really liked the pictures in the book, especially the picture of the family tree in their house and the one where they are floating in the water. But I didn’t like the picture of the squirrel because I was scared the squirrel was going to eat them. I also really liked the story and their adventure especially when they are in the water. I liked that it was a story about a brother and sister because I have a sister too and we like to do things together too. We would look after each other too.

My bottom line:

I really liked this book. I would recommend it to both girls and boys my age.

MOM SAYS:

What I liked and disliked about it:

There are many things that I really liked about this book. First, I love the illustrations: the Nutts are adorable and I really like how the illustrations are all from their perspective (i.e., everything looks BIG). I like the clever names given to the Nutts, especially Chess Nutt (ok, that one took me a while!) The story itself is very clever and engaging, combining the right level of tension with the touching loyalty and sibling love between the brother and sister. I also want to draw attention to and applaud the author for the inclusion of “fun facts” about acorns on the final page of the book. I really like the trend I’m seeing to include an educational component to children’s books, especially ones targeting younger audiences (under 5 years of age).

My bottom line:

I really liked this little book and I can totally see Chess and Praline having more adventures. Maybe the author has upcoming books about these two little nuts Nutts!? I would recommend this book to both boys and girls aged 3 to 6.

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