Jennifer Moore-Mallinos

Children's Author

                                                        Book Reviews

"During a tumuluous divorce with my wife, I found this book at the libary. My older 11yr. old girl really enjoyed reading the book with me. Surprisingly, my 8yr. boy is glued to the book. He asks me to read it about once or twice a week. Sometimes I tear up when reading it and my son holds me close. The book is basic, general, but speaks from the heart. I have been able to use the simple story line as an example of how kids will continue to build a loving relationship with his mother, and how they will continue to build a loving relationship with me"

-Zorro (Amazon Review)

 

 

 

 "I am a child therapist and I find this to be a very balanced look at secrets - identify the pros and cons of keeping them. It is very useful in therapy and is also appropriate for parents to use to initiate discussions on this topic. I find it appealing and understandable for children as young as 4 or as old as 8 or 9"

-Bill Mertz (Amazon Review)

 

 

 

  "I bought this for my 7 year old dislexic daughter. She was very excited to hear the story told from the dislexic main character... It made my daughter feel like she could someday enjoy reading"

 - Julie (Amazon Review) 

"I am a psychologist and have a child with special needs. This is an excellent book for a child who is between the ages 6-11 and has dislexia... This book is well writen and focuses on the strengths that childen can have despite having a learning disability. My soon really enjoyed this book and I plan on recommending this book in my pratice"

-Carrie F. Pagels (Amazon Review)

 

 

 " This story is about adoption and is told by a sister who is waiting for her parents at the airport who are arriving home with her new liitle brother Makhail, [who] is from Volgorad. The new family goes on a picnic with a group that has children adopted from all over the world and children adopted in the United States. Where all the children and families learn about each other's birth countries. It also explains adoption quite well and is done so that it is easy for your children to understand. And the book ends with the last page being "I'm glad to be me!" There are two pages of guidelines for parents about to adoption, physical & emotional concerns about talking to you children about adoption"

- KSL (Amazon Review)

 

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