Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Button Nose The Sad Little Bear by Gina LoBiondo


Title: Button Nose The Sad Little Bear
Author: Gina LoBiondo
Illustrator: Brittany Wilder
Pages: 54 (print)
Genre: Children ages 3 on up
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk 

What if toys could actually feel? Would they be happy or sad? Would they be able to love? Button Nose the Sad Little Bear is the story of a much loved little bear and the little girl who will never give up on finding him again.

We received this book to give an honest review.
 A enjoyed the story and said she felt really sad that the bear was always sad. This lead me to the explanation of bears are inanimate objects so they can not change their facial expressions like we can. Once they are made a certain way that is how they will always look. 
I thought this was a cute little story and I loved how the bear made his way back to his owner. That was really neat, as adults we sometimes forget about the toys that we had in our life. So for the owner not to forget Button Nose and search him out was very touching.
We see why Button Nose is sad but we also know that there will be happiness, he may just have to wait a bit! 

Gina Lobiondo
Born in 1960, author Gina LoBiondo grew up loving faerie tales. She began writing stories of her own when she was 13 and continues to do so today. Pegasus - A Dragon's Tale is her first published book, with Cinderella - A Love Story, her first novel, coming soon. Button Nose the Sad Little Bear is her second children's book.

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