Friday, June 7, 2013

Fuzzwippers Make Good Helpers by Marilynn Halas & illustrated by Jeremy Provost ~ Review

Jr. Reviews by Julie presents.... 

Source: Received book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Book Description:

In this fourth book in the series, Elizabeth and Fuzzina are enjoying themselves on a fine spring day when they stumble upon an overgrown ruin of a garden. It doesn’t seem possible to bring it back to life, but when the call goes out to earthly and Fuzzwipper helpers, it seems nothing is impossible.

This cute children's book is centered around helping, loving creatures called Fuzzwippers. In this story a young girl named Elizabeth and her blue Fuzzwipper named Fuzzina discover a community garden. The problem is that this garden is overgrown and in need of some love. Elizabeth gathers friends and other Fuzzwipper's to help rebuild the community garden.

I really enjoyed the illustrations in this book but I wish the cover was just as eye catching as the inside pages. I also think that the story and message was great but I wish the story was just a tad shorter.

4 stars - Plant yourself inside this book!