- File Size: 13267 KB
- Print Length: 48 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BEU9LDG
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,049,174 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Teensy The Littlest Fairy Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 1 - 8|
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Teensy meets Carry the Caterpillar and tells her why she’s upset. Carry suggests that she eats some yummy vegetables to help her grow. Like a lot of children Teensy thinks vegetables taste disgusting. Carry informs her that there are sweet, salty, and crunchy vegetables. She suggests that Teensy should pick the ones she likes and they will help her to grow. Carry tells her that she will soon grow into a beautiful big butterfly because she eats lots of vegetables.
Teensy finds the nearest vegetable patch and eats some cabbage. She discovers that cabbage tastes sweet. From then on, Teensy eats more vegetables and she soon begins to grow. The other fairies don’t bump into her any more and she becomes the happiest fairy in the forest.
I thought this was an enchanting and appealing story. The first page shows the fairies about to do their chores before they’re allowed to play. It’s a good message and I’m sure parents reading it to their children will smile at this! The story also promotes healthy eating. It demonstrates to children that vegetables don’t always taste horrid. They can taste delicious and help you to grow.
The illustrations are bright and fun. The language is simple for young children to understand. Although aimed at girls, the story can apply to boys too.
This is a fun and influential book. My three year old enjoyed the story and she understood the message of eating good things to help you to grow. She also liked the vibrant illustrations and pointed out what was happening on the pages. This is a book that children will enjoy again and again.
Reviewed on Whispering Stories Book Blog
*I received a free copy of this book, which I voluntarily reviewed
I think this one is perfect for all small children. It is well written and has captivating pictures! I love the moral of the story and I really love the uniqueness of the plot. I feel like I would have loved this one as a child, and if I had any children, I would definitely be reading it to them!
I think Claressa has a very elegant writing style. For a picture book, this one felt like a full kid's story. I think this is perfect for anyone looking for a new book for story time!
Thank you to the author for sending me this free e-book in exchange for my honest review!
I thought that I knew the direction this story was going and it threw me a little curveball. How fun to still get surprises from a children’s book at my (slightly older) age. The story encourages eating vegetables and it actually packs a nice bit of info on the different tastes.
Again I have to take a moment to give the illustrator a pleased shout out. My girls fell in love with the fairy drawings, the caterpillar, and the butterflies. We were pretty excited by this book.
I received a free copy for my honest review