Published: Jan. 24, 2016
Publisher: Domjaf Media
Pages: 34 (print)
Genre: Children ages 5 on up
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
Do you have a young child who loves to tease their pet dog? Are you tired of telling them over and over to 'be nice'? This adventure-filled tale will help your child understand the consequences of being a bully.
Felix is a cheeky little boy who delights in teasing his dog, Jedi. As much as Felix's mother tells him not to tease Jedi, Felix just can't help himself. But things are about to take a turn for the worse when Felix takes a tumble. Feeling guilty, Jedi thinks there is only one thing to do. What happens when a boy loses his best friend?
We received this book to give an honest review.
I read this book to K and he thought it was an okay book. Though he wondered how Jedi could talk being a pet.
Felix is a bully to his dog Jedi. He is always being mean and ugly no matter how much Jedi tries to stay out of his way. So when Felix hurts himself which I honestly believe it was his fault Jedi feels bad. Felix learns that he shouldn't have been ugly to Jedi because Jedi is a friend.
This is a great lesson to kids to learn that your actions have consequences.
The book is short we have about three to four sentences per page which all rhyme, and then the next page is the picture that goes with what you just read.
K and I both like the stories this author tells and will be looking for more books by him.
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.