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This is a novel idea for a novel. I like how the author blends in the superstitions with the tales of people who have dealt with them. I think kids and adults will enjoy reading this book together and laughing at some of the silly superstitions we all have.
I thought you did a very nice job with the rhyming in these stories. So, I am going to give your ebook four stars and recommend this for kids 4-6 who likes funny rhyme stories. I received this for free and in return, here is my honest review. Great job Peter! By Angela
A very cleverly written book in rhyme that will make children laugh over some of the silly little tales. It is an unusual book but the little child in me enjoyed it. What a fun book for children to read themselves or with the help of their parents.
This is the first book I have read by this author and I look forward to seeing what else he will write.
"Cross Your Fingers" is a short but sweet Kindle kid's book that is recommended for parents looking to excite their children about reading. I love having Peter Collier's books in my Kindle to read to my daughter now that she is starting to get curious about books. Recommended.
Fantastic book about something we've all caught ourselves doing. Yes, I still avoid cracks in sidewalks. We love the author's stories! Highly recommend this book to parents looking for truly unique, creative and one of a kind story that is a joy to read. FIVE STARS!!!!
Good story for children to realize that lucky charms or superstitions can be a little silly sometimes. You can also find back luck if you are looking for it. Always good to go the other way and find the lucky side of life.
I don't know if some of these superstitions are true or not, but they sure are entertaining. The Author, Peter W. Collier, has a real bizarre imagination and writes small mini-stories in rhyme. Really great stuff like unlucky horseshoes, a really large bedbug named Dwight, and what's the proper way to eat a Gingerbread man. Forget those pesky chain letters. If your kids are having bad dreams, he's got the solution. Well worth reading and fun.