Published: Feb. 24, 2015
Publisher: Domjaf Media
Genre: Children ages 3-8
Review: ebook provided by author
Jyra’s parents have a surprise for her – a trip to the snow! But Jyra’s forgotten to tell them about a very special school excursion and she can’t find the words to tell her parents or the note that explains it all. What is she going to do?
Follow Jyra as she tries to figure a way out of her dilemma.
We received this book to give an honest review.
For K and I this was an okay book, I don't think K enjoyed it as much as I thought he would.
Jyra's parents are wanting to surprise her with a cool trip but when they wanting to go is during the week and Jyra wanted to do something with her school. At first of course Jyra gets upset and then realizes she should have given her parents the permission slip to attend the school trip. Will she get to go or is it too late? I think this was a good message for kids to understand that if you want to do something really cool or special then make sure you give your parents the note you are suppose to.
I didn't understand the way the author kept saying a trip to the snow....to me that just sounds off, but maybe people do talk like that. K asked me what they meant and I explained that it probably meant to go skiing as that is what the picture looked like. K's favorite part in the book was going to the museum and he has said he wants to go to the museum one day.
Overall a good book and good illustrations.
Lou Silluzio is the author of nine children's books including Milana and the Escalator and Max the Boy who Didn't Believe in Santa Claus. Lou Silluzio emigrated to Australia from Italy in 1957 when he was nine. Following a very successful career in building and real estate, a health scare convinced him to become the author he always wanted to be, and his children’s series was born. Lou lives in Melbourne with his beautiful wife, Roberta. He is a proud father of three, and an even prouder grandfather of six. His grandchildren are the inspiration for his books, and he hopes his true-to-life stories will impart life lessons for readers of all ages.