Monday, March 12, 2018

Fluffy Friends Forever by Curran Geist and Meghan Traynor


Title: Fluffy Friends Forever
Authors: Curran Geist and Meghan Traynor
Published: June 2, 2014
Publisher: Self
Pages: 45
Genre: Ages 5 on up (but you need to read to younger kids)

Bobo is just your average Chihuahua. She has a blast eating treats, cuddling with her owners, and playing with toys. Unfortunately, this little Chihuahua has a problem. She has a sister named Lupe, who also likes all of Bobo's favorite things.

And Bobo doesn't like to share.

In this heart-warming adventure, Bobo must learn the values of friendship and giving. The bond between these two fluffy sisters is put to the test when they both want the same toy. When barks turn to tears, how will Bobo and Lupe find their way back to each other?

This adventure (based on a true story) unfolds in beautiful color photography. It is a tale for the small and big, young and old, fluffy and a little less fluffy, and for the kid in all of us.

We received this book to give an honest review.

Honestly, this was an okay book for me to read to my kiddos. Though the pictures need to fill the page which would it make it better to see. There is really no true storyline just a dog named Bobo who doesn't like sharing and when she hurts her sister's feelings she has to learn to say sorry. She learns this by talking to her friend who gives good advice on what she should say. Now if you have younger children they can just look at the pictures or you can read to them, they will love Bobo and Lupe.
The book is pretty simple! 

Curran Geist is the warped brain behind The Sity series. The inspiration for his books of extraterrestrial terror all began in the quaint town of Schwenksville, PA where he grew up. Curran often lived within books, and his vibrant imagination sucked him into nightmarish realms beyond the tiny town where he was raised.

For much of his life, Curran Geist has dedicated himself toward human rights work. He was honored to serve in AmeriCorps and also to work for Museum of Tolerance New York, Simon Wiesenthal Center, where he lead trainings to combat bigotry and discrimination. Human rights issues are still very important to Curran. In writing The Sity and Only the Cold Remains, Curran has merged his love of science fiction and horror genres with his belief in tackling social injustices. His novels paint a dystopian and post-apocalyptic landscape that mirrors many modern day social issues, including: the exploitation of children, sexual slavery, and cruelty towards animals.

Curran Geist is grateful to be a part of the At Hell's Gate horror anthology series. All proceeds from these books support The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which helps wounded soldiers and their families.
Curran currently lives in New Jersey with his wife and newborn daughter.

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