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I love reading It’s Not Hansel and Gretel, to my 7 year old. I love that the ending is happy, and it’s a “Happily Ever After” moment. I never would’ve thought when I started to read the book, for the first time, that it would be a happy ending, because of “Hansel And Gretel” in the title. But, it’s not your average Hansel and Gretel story. It’s much more, and fun to read.
Josh Funk had a great idea, when writing this book, that is now sold on Amazon. It’s truly a masterpiece. Josh takes books, and does his own twist with them. Check out his site, and follow him on Twitter @joshfunkbooks. You’ll find some more truly amazing books, along with It’s Not Hansel And Gretel.
The Illustrations are fantastic! Edwardian Taylor did a wonderful job. I love how colorful, and meaningful they are.
It’s Not Hansel And Gretel will take your young child’s mind off of those video games, and school work, even if just for 10 minutes. They will feel so happy, at least my son does, after reading such a wonderful book.
Jacob is in second grade, and sometimes, the weight of school gets to him. I’ll tell him to stop, and we’ll read this book. For 5 – 10 minutes, he’s so into this, and isn’t worried about the weight of school. He’s a good student, but sometimes their assignments are hard. This eases his mind.
I will have a contest posted tomorrow, for your own copy of this book. Stay tuned.
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