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I’m over the moon to receive another wonderful review for Space Dust. Sally has recommended this little story as a great Christmas gift. I hope you’ll agree.
Delighted to share my review for the latest children’s book by Eloise de Sousa.. Space Dust which is available in print.
About Space Dust
We’re going on a trip in Big Ox’s canoe. Watch the fire bears roar on Venus as pepper pot trees grow on the moon. As Big Ox steers us to the planets, Litte One wonders if Mum will come home soon.
My review for Space Dust
A wonderful journey around the planets in a canoe paddled by a favourite spoon that will delight younger readers, and those reading the story to them. There are beautifully colourful illustrations between the stages of the trip, which will encourage a pause in the storytelling, offering an opportunity to discuss the journey so far. The two main characters, Big Ox and Little One are lovable travel companions as they head off in search of Little One’s mum. and discover creatures…
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Let’s continue our space journey by visiting Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore, where she has kindly added Space Dust to her listings and promotions. Continue reading
Watch this space…
…as we glide to a gentle stop where time and space meet. Join Big Ox and Little One as they visit The Elastic Limits at Howard Loring’s place. Click on the pic or his name to begin your journey.
It’s time! Let’s all climb aboard Big Ox’s canoe for a trip across the ether. Our mission: to spread the word about Space Dust’s debut and enjoy exploring the characters and extraordinary creatures they discover in the story.
So, grab the spoon and off we go up the rainbow ribbon trail to Lorraine Mace’s blog where we will stop for an interview and story share before sailing away to our next blog.
Keep your eyes peeled for free copies of the book along the way.
Let’s go! We’re off to Lorraine’s! Click on her book pic or name and away we go!
…or should I say tea? After all, we are meeting at tea time and the weather demands something a bit more comforting than coffee. Join me on the yellow sofa and let’s catch up. Continue reading