Nakita has a new home on a farm with lots of new animal friends. There is only one problem. She is not sure what she really is and her friends are not much help. Can anyone answer Nakita's big question and tell her what kind of animal she is? [Children's Picture Book (Rated G) written by Roberta Hoffer and illustrated in full color by Chet Taylor | released in 2014 by Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.]
|Publisher:||Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Roberta Hoffer is a retired preschool teacher from a small town in Indiana. She married her high school sweetheart and together they have two children and have one grandson. When not writing, Roberta enjoys outdoor activities and anything that involves her family being together. // Chet Taylor is a Navy veteran and a graduate of Oklahoma City University with a degree in fine arts. In addition to a career in radio, newspaper, and television sales, he has over thirty years experience in 2-D animation for television commercials and has illustrated over a dozen children's picture books.
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Nakita's Big Question by Roberta Hoffer is a delightful story book for kids. Nakita is taken to a new home by Amy. She is not lonely anymore. She has a new bed and sleeps in Amy's room. She realizes that she is not in the city anymore and is now living on a farm where there are lots of other animals. She meets Clara the cow, Percy the pig, and Garth the goose, but her best friend is Cassandra the cat. Nakita is leading a comfortable and happy life on the farm, unlike the lonely time when she was in the pen. Nakita finds out from Cassandra that she is a dog. What kind of dog is Nakita? Will she get to know that? Will anyone answer that big question for her? The book has a good educational theme where kids are exposed to farm life, idyllic scenes and the different types of animals found on a farm. They have a lot of new things to learn from this book. The illustrations are lively and they give movement to the characters and the scenes. This will make a perfect bedtime story book and can also be used for read aloud sessions in libraries and classrooms. Books like this are good for children because they not only help youngsters to read and understand through pictures, they also help to envision life in a farm, learn about new animals and many new concepts which will widen young readers' thinking.