Savannah's Story

Savannah's Story

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by Jodi Stone
     
 

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All Savannah wants is for someone to play with her. When she asks her older sisters to play, they both turn her down. It's at that very moment when Savannah makes a wish that leads her on a magical journey...one that will lead her on a trip through her favorite dollhouse and floating on a cloud of bubbles. Follow along with Savannah as she realizes the true meaning of

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All Savannah wants is for someone to play with her. When she asks her older sisters to play, they both turn her down. It's at that very moment when Savannah makes a wish that leads her on a magical journey...one that will lead her on a trip through her favorite dollhouse and floating on a cloud of bubbles. Follow along with Savannah as she realizes the true meaning of friendship and family.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780988270732
Publisher:
Anchor Group Publishing
Publication date:
10/28/2012
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)

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Savannah's Story 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Cuanam More than 1 year ago
This is the book we chose for day 2 of Childrens Book Week. Gallataea really liked Lily's Easter Bonnet so she just had to read more about Savannah >^.^< "I liked it all. I liked the ending and I liked how Savannah got to dance on bubbles and have a tea party with her dolls" - Taea (age 6) I think this is a cute story. The way it all rhymes will keep young readers enthralled and help them better understand the story as well as learn some new words. Little girls especially will enjoy going on all of Savannah's adventures. Jodi Stone has a way with words that will have all children (more so girls than boys) wanting to see more of their new favorite character Savannah and hopefully Jodi will heed the call and come out with even more adventures for Savannah and her friends to go on. I give this book 4 of 5 paws Reviewed by S.Cu'Anam Policar Freaky Fiction Writing Author Around the Universe Book Tours Apprentice Fae Books Tour Host/Reviewer Girls <3 Books Tours Host LadyAmber's Book Tours Host B3 Book Tours Host I Am A Reader Not A Writer Blog Tour Host
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Andrea_C More than 1 year ago
Kids can relate to the story of a little sister whose siblings don't want to play with her. So, she makes a magical wish and ends up going on an adventure in her favorite place: her dollhouse. She ends up having a lot of fun, but then realizes how much she still misses her family. She heads back home, only to discover that she can keep the magic alive. It's a sweet story with cute illustrations done by the author. I can almost envision her sitting side by side with her children while working on this book. The rhyming story flows well and doesn't feel forced as some rhyming stories can be. This is one that the kids in my class also enjoyed.
MommaLubSimpson More than 1 year ago
I LOVE that Jodi makes the book out of a rhyme- a beautiful little poetic story. This follows a little girl, Savannah, who was bored with what was going on, and just wanted to play- my youngest can relate greatly to this! Her sisters were to busy and she didn't know what to do-so she feel asleep and dreamland brought her lots of things for two! Savannah shares some wondrous, fun, and fantastical adventures while in dream land (although you don't really get the feel in the book that she is dreaming-its just a glorious adventure that Savannah happened upon once she laid her head down-its described perfectly, and makes a child think they are living the adventure too!). Savannah loved her adventure, but was glad when she was home, but the memories and special things from that day carry on! Check out all Savannah does and the illustrations that bring you in! Jodi has a magical way with art and the words she connects it to, the adventure is sure to capture anyone-including you!!!!! My little fellas were skeptical, what was their mother up to---but let me tell you now-they LOVE this work of art too! Jodi teaches through her writing, and through her art as well, children need imagination, escape, fun, and adventures!!! What a beautiful, wonderful, fun, and loving story! My boys are 6, 9, and 12.
CityKat717 More than 1 year ago
Savannah's Story by Jodi Stone is a cute story for little girls. In the story, Savannah is bored and her sisters are too busy to play with her. She wishes that she could go inside her beautiful pink dollhouse and play with all her doll friends...and her wish magically comes true. She spends a fun day playing with her friends, especially a fairy doll. But as it gets close to bedtime she begins to miss her family, especially her sisters and their bedtime rituals. She wishes to be back with her sisters and wakes up in her own bed. She tells her sisters all about her wonderful, magical dream. But was it really a dream?? This story is filled with magic and fairies and is sure to be a hit with any young girl. The illustrations are cute and kid-friendly. I really liked the hidden moral of the story - how much she missed her family and was thankful to be with them after spending the day in the magical doll world.
InterpretergalMW More than 1 year ago
This is a rhyming good book! It's about a little girl, Savannah, who loves to play. Her sisters do not want to play with her, so her wish is to live in her doll house where everything is pink and play with her dolls. She gets her wish! Lovely story to teach pretending! Beautiful font with purple text!
ClaireTaylor More than 1 year ago
Jodi Stone Savannah's Story A cute story that little girls and boys will love all about magic, fairies and family love. The pictures tell a story of their own, and children will spend hours looking at them wanting to take in every detail. Magical and very imaginative. I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
E_M_Fogle More than 1 year ago
Savannah’s story is absolutely magical. Savannah’s imagination is limitless and amazing. Because she has no one to play with, Savannah finds herself magically transported into her dollhouse. There, she plays with her teddy bears and her fairy doll! She has an amazing time, but at the end of the day she begins to miss her family. She longs to hear her sisters sing her a bedtime song and read her a story. She cries herself to sleep, unable to figure out how to get back home. Happily, when she wakes the next morning, she finds herself in her own bed. She rushes to her sisters and hugs them tightly, so thankful to be with them once more. Savannah thinks that she must have dreamt her dollhouse adventure, but she soon finds that it was real and will always be real so long as she believes in magic. It is a heartwarming story about the power of family and the existence of magic. The story teaches children the importance of family and being with those they love, but also keeps the innocence alive within their hearts by telling them that magic can always exist so long as we believe it can! And in today’s world, I think we could all use a little magic!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a touching story of sisterly love! When it comes right down to it, family is everything. Jodi Stone has such a clever way of telling stories in a poetry format. Your little ones will enjoy the adventures of Savannah, but more than that…the going home. Gma Mary Adkinson, author "Growing Up With Princess Lizzy"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed Savannah's Story! Growing up as a 'tom-boy' with only brothers to play with, I was unsure if I would like this 'girly' book, but I did! So much so, that I read it again out-loud to my family! This story is read in a cleaver rhyme, about a little girl filling her boring day with magical events, and yet, leaving her wanting to go home. I recommend this story to all children. Even young boys will this short read and picture book. This book was gifted for an honest review.
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JenniferWarrickDavis More than 1 year ago
I was given an e-copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review. It is hard being 5 years old with two older sisters that are too busy at the moment to play. Savannah wishes to have someone to play with, and she gets just that. She sets out on a magical journey and is having so much fun that she doesn't want to leave. Well, until that special time at night when she starts missing her family. Join Savannah on her magical journey to find out if it was all just a dream or a dream come true. A must add to all little girls book collection. Well written and illustrated by the author.