Book Review: Fern Valley by Aileen Stewartcategories: Book, Children's Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Adventures, Fun, Family, Friendship, Life Lessons, Values, Virtues, Farm Animals
Aileen Stewartabout this book: Fern Valley is a wholesome and fun book that some readers have compared to the tales of Beatrix Potter. Full of adventures and lessons, many taken from the author's own childhood, Fern Valley is a delightful place children will want to visit again and again. Each of the twelve adventures is accompanied by a pen and ink drawing, carefully created by illustrator Greg White, which enhances the overall pleasure for the reader.
Written for children eight to twelve years of age, Fern Valley has also touched the hearts of many adults with it's whimsical style and fanciful farm animal characters who were created in such a way that they seem more real then imagined. Join The Cornstalk sisters and their brother, Edward, as they host parties, camping trips, and go fishing. Or get to know their country neighbors the Curlytail family and the Woolrich family and their town friends the Gruffs, the Readfeathers, and the Bigpaws. Don't wait another minute to join the fun; pick up your copy today!
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Sweet!Fern Valley is filled with life lessons with adorable characters to illustrate them and make them fun; this is a sweet kids' book! [by Judith Hugg]
Video 1: Fern Valley Book Trailer
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