Before I continue with my review for this book, I wanted to show you how amazon let's consumers rate products on their site, for those who might not know.
In each of the following pictures you will see what each star rating means. (I am using this title as the example, so focus on the title of The Giant and the Dwarf in the pictures.):
|One Star is I hate it|
|Two Stars is I don't like it|
|Three Stars is It's Okay|
|Four Stars is I like it. This is what I rated The Giant and the Dwarf.|
|Five Stars is I love it|
Thank you for indulging me in that brief educational moment, some people may not know about the rating process and I wanted to share it to help educate my readers, so that you might understand the rating better as you read through each of the customer reviews, when you are searching for a product.
With this book:
Disclosure: I received this as part of an advertorial.
I rated it at the four star rating on amazon. I did like the book and the story line, but I did not care for the illustrations at all. The illustrations look like a 2 year old did them. I was expecting better illustrations with this story. The story is a great lesson for children and adults alike. There are very few books that can touch multiple generations, but this does. If you are looking for a book to sit and read with your kids or grand-kids this could be a possible choice.
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