Gabes Good Deed: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 3-12

Gabes Good Deed: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 3-12

by Jupiter Kids

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Overview

Gabes Good Deed: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 3-12 by Jupiter Kids

Gabe is a shy young man who is routinely tormented by the school bully Marcus. On his way home after school one day, he decides to take a shortcut through the old farm on his way home. As he passes a well, he hears shouting coming from the well. Looking in, he can that Marcus is trapped in the bottom of the well. While he is very upset at the way he is treated by Marcus, he decides to do the right thing and gets the help of a grown up.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781634287517
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
Publication date: 07/31/2014
Series: Books For Kids Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 24
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 5 - 17 Years

About the Author

At Speedy Publishing, we envision our company and publishing arm as being a premier publisher of quick-reference materials, useful reference books, fiction books in all sub-genres and creative non-fiction to both entertain and assist readers worldwide in reading fun and exciting books and also accomplishing their educational and professional goals. We continually update our products, ensuring accuracy of information, making sure they are fun and entertaining. Our products are always available in whatever format our readers need.

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Gabes Good Deed: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 3-12 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Carissa_B More than 1 year ago
It's a cute, little book. I like that the writing is on the same page as the pictures and is decently legible. It looks a bit fuzzy to be honest, but legible. The pictures are pretty cute as well. It is short, only around 24 pages long. Spotty in including punctuation and there is one spot that a sentence is missing a word in order for it to make better sense. There's not much substance other than the quick little plot that is intended to teach kids, in a rather straightforward manner, to be nice to others even when they aren't nice to you.  I think it's a decent book, but there are other books out there that can do an equally as good of a job if not better. Kids may enjoy it, but I think there are books that treat kids as if they can think past the obvious. You don't have to write out what's right and wrong, kids can figure that out within a text themselves. So yes, it's cute but no it's not really a book I'd read again or to my future kids/classroom multiple times. (*Note I was given a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review through LibraryThing's Member Giveaways.)