The list author says: "These books are on my sons' bookshelf and were the most popular for bedtime reading up about age six. They delivered the maximum giggles, helped me teach good manners, good hygiene and good behavior all while feeding my sons' curiosity.
I limited the list to just the books we owned. I've written a full review of each book that I encourage you to check out as well."
"I have two use two distinct voices for the main characters to entertain my sons, but they love this story. An added bonus is that I can refer to it when they are reluctant to try a new food -- and it works!"
"This is a fun bedtime story, nothing more, nothing less. My sons weren't looking for a debate about latch-key children and abandonment. We'll leave those reviews to the sociology graduates. If your children enjoy this book, I also recommend, "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back.""
"Don't let the other reviewers dissuade you from buying this book because it is an edited version of The Jungle Book. I have a five-year old and a four-year old and they enjoy this shorter version. I'll introduce them to the original book in a couple of years."
"Designed for older children but don't pass this up for your little boy(s). The book can be a resource for years to come. For now, the hidden messages and velvet pouches inside this book make it a treasure chest of a bedtime book."
"I learned of this book through the Amazon Vine program. My sons learned a lot of new vocabulary about horseback riding and cowboys. They enjoyed the action story but never were scared. We'll be reading other books in the Chance Brothers series."