Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Ninja & Bunny's Great Adventure Book Review

Welcome to the Ninja and Bunny Tour with 

Author Kara S Tyler and Illustrator Sarah Pacetti

Today I’m hosting this stunning Children’s Picture Book about two sisters. It’s appropriate for all ages, boys and girls, and will delight parents as well with it’s great message and gorgeous illustrations. Check out my review below and make sure to enter the great giveaway at the end of this post with special prizes that fit the themes of adventure, fantasy, and heroism included in this book.

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MY HONEST REVIEW OF Ninja and Bunny

This adorable children’s story makes for a quick, easy bedtime read. It follows two young sisters through a fantasy Fae adventure. I thought the story was well-written and clever. It was easily understood, and the pictures fit so well. In fact, I believe a small child could tell what the story is just by looking at the pictures. I look forward to more adventures from this author.

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NBCoverSmall-2 About the Book

A children’s tale of imagination and play, of love and loyalty, and of courage and determination. Marian loves playing make-believe, but what if her big sister Ruthie’s fairies have been real all along? What if Princess Isla is truly in trouble and needs their help? Marian and Ruthie must visit Fairyland and transform into Ninja and Bunny! Will they be able to save the princess? Find out in this tale of love, loyalty, and imagination.   Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end and get a FREE Ninja & Bunny Activity Book!








About the Author

Kara S Tyler is the real world name of author Pavarti K Tyler. As Pav, her books have spanned genres and won many awards, however, they are geared toward an adult audience. Now that she’s writing children’s books, Kara has decided to use her real name.

The Adventures of Ninja and Bunny first came about because of a fabulous conversation overheard between Kara’s two children during a very long car ride. The two young girls spent over two hours debating various aspects of Fae politics and social structure. Without realizing it, the girls were building a world so real, Ray Bradbury would be proud. Kara lives in Baltimore with her husband, two children and two terrible dogs. She is a full-time author and mother.


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6 comments:

  1. Hey Julie! That is a wonderful review! I'm so glad you enjoyed reading the book!

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  2. Thank you so much for hosting us! I agree about the pictures, Sarah did an amazing job, I'm so lucky to have her working on my books!

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  3. I felt the same about the book. It's a great bedtime read and the illustrations are too good.
    And lovely blog, Julie. :)

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