Title: The Flower Fairy Superhero
Author: Noam Atinsky
Illustrator: Francisco X Mora
Published: Jan. 24, 2016
Genre: Children ages 3 on up
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
A read-along eBook (enhanced with audio),has a powerful message; it is a heartfelt example of a father honoring the memory of his daughter. Beautiful and creative Noam wrote this story as play to perform for her family on her 5th birthday. Her tale of a flower fairy that possesses very special powers able to help the meanest of people and change them into good and happy human beings is the perfect way to illustrate to children the power of a positive attitude. Written in Noam's words, it speaks to a young audience and is easy to understand and relate to the story. The children can follow along while voice professionals act out the the story with Noam's words. Part of the proceeds from the book will go to The Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
I read this book to A instead of K only because I know K would have not enjoyed the book as it is too girly. A actually sat and enjoyed the book and loved to push the audio button to listen to the story being read to her. We both liked how the Flower Fairy was able to make the Ogre happy and returning the Queen to her castle.
When I asked A if she liked the book she replied with "pretty good and that she liked the shoes that had wings."
Overall a decent read, good pictures and I think girls would really enjoy reading about a fairy who can stop an Ogre just by being kind and giving flowers.
So the few issues I had with the book, the author should make the play button for the audio bigger as A and I had trouble with pushing it as it would flip the page sometimes.
2. I am not sure if it was my kindle or just the ebook but every time we would push play to listen to the story it would close out of the book makes it very difficult to enjoy when it kept closing.
3. Now I read the book to myself without the audio everything seem to work. When I played the audio towards the end it would read the missing sentences that I did not see when reading it out loud to myself. So I think that the author made need to look into this.