{Book Review} Abigail and the Sahara adventure

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When I was growing up my mum gave me a huge suitcase full of books she used to read way (waaay before my time) these books where not necessary kids books but I did enjoy them. Some of the books were geography books and I know some people won’t appreciate this but I loved reading geography books to just learn about the world, different countries and cultures this was all fascinating to me. I knew about my land (Zambia) the towns, the national parks (safari’s), the lakes and all that I needed to know, I was also quite family with the sahara desert actually on the deserts in Africa. When I was given the opportunity to review this children’s book I was very happy, I have thought about ways I want to teach my nephew about my fascinations (which include the Sahara) and I think this is a very good book to introduce him to it.

   Product description
This is a wonderful book about a girl named Abigail. Abigail found a magical bicycle in her grandparents’ old house, and this bicycle takes her to the magnificent Sahara Desert.
Who will she meet there? What will she discover? This beginner reader’s eBook will inspire your kids to be open to new cultures, and be more curious and enthusiastic about exploring various places. Your kids will enjoy full-color illustrations of Abigail and the desert life.

Your kids will be inspired to be:
1. Open to new people & cultures
2. More curious
3. Enthusiastic about exploring new things

Abigail and the Sahara Adventure is a sweet children’s book written especially for you and your ages 2- 8 children. 
With simple text and 13 colorful illustrations. The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers.
 Review 

This book is well written, good use of grammar and makes it easy for a child to understand. I love the picture illustrations so the child can visualise what is being read. The book opens up a child’s imagination, its educating as well as fun to read at the same time. You can ready this to your kiddies, it takes less than 5 minutes to read and of the books of Abigail’s adventures have read the author has connected them quite nicely, so you can read the entire series or one adventure every night. You can purchase the book for £0.77 (very cheap).      What are some of your childhood memories about book reading? Where you fascinated with books? Do your kiddies/nieces/nephews/g-kiddies enjoy reading books?

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  • oh wow that is so cool, I would have loved that. The closet to that I had was our church magazine they always featured children from around the world and what they liked to read and their favourites things to do

  • My dad would travel a lot and always bring back the neatest children's books from around the world! It was always so cool to be reading books that children in Japan or Costa Rica might be reading.

  • Thank you Amby, I do love it and am grateful for the opportunity x

  • This sounds like SUCH a precious book! Glad you got to review it!

  • Thanks and hope you enjoy it x

  • sounds great to me

  • It is, such a cute little book

  • Glad you think so.

  • 20 books oh wow your daughter sounds like she digs into all her books

  • I couldnt agree more, its very important to start teaching kids early on about other cultures

  • I do not remember the names myself but I do remember the content of most

  • Glad to hear it, this series is cute and can teach a child a lot

  • Its really good

  • All I remember from my childhood are books about the world especially untamed africa

  • This sounds like a cute book! The story reminds me of the Magic Treehouse books I read growing up. 🙂 I'll have to pick it up!

  • I've not seen this book before but it sounds fab. I may have to get it for Oz when he's bigger 😀

    Louise x

  • Looks like a sweet little book for some youngin's!

  • This sounds like such a sweet book to read to my son! We love magical adventures around here! 😉

  • Aww this sounds cute! My daughter is OBSESSED with books and reading, which i love…we leave the library each week with like 20 books and finish them before the next visit a week later! 🙂

  • I am the Aunt that always gave my nieces books about the world around them! I felt it was important to open their mind to other cultures, and books like these are exactly what you need to do that!

  • I don't even remember anymore what my favorite book as a kid was. I know of a little girl that would love this book.

  • I love this! My 4 year old is super into geography and the knowing about the world and he would love this book! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • I have not heard of this book. But it looks like such a cute book.

  • I love this! My favorite childhood books were Where The Wild Things Are and Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss <3

  • awwww glad to hear it, I enjoy reading x

  • I love reading and I am glad my little boy loves too. I am sure he would love this book! 🙂 x