Book Review: Sally Travels Parade Style
I highly recommend this book by P.G. Shriver who is the author and illustrator of Sally Travels Parade Style. This kid friendly flip book is told in rhyme with lots of hand drawn, eye appealing, fun pictures.
Sally, a talking saddle, begins her second adventure at small town library where she meets boy and wooden red wagon. When boy has to leave, Sally and Red Wagon are left on their own. The fun begins with a decision to travel to the parade at George West Storyfest.
There is a fast roll down the hill, a scary ride behind a truck, a fun visit to a school, and a road map of all the Texas towns they journey through in order to get to the parade. During their trip Sally and Wagon collect decorations to display during the parade where they hope Red Wagon will get a blue ribbon. But they need boy to lead them through the parade. Where is boy? Will he get there in time?
A truly fun book for ages 5 to 9 years old and just in time for the holidays.
About the author: P.G. Shriver
P. G. Shriver wrote and published her first poem at the age of seven.
She continued to write throughout her childhood and now writes from her Texas ranch home.
She is the author of several books for ages 5-18 and loves to travel to festivals to meet new readers.
Meet the Reviewer: Eve Culley
My hubby and I were missionaries in the 70’s and 80’s raising money for Bibles, New Testaments, Book of John, paper, ink and helped set up a couple of print shops in churches. We traveled with our 2 small boys with our base here in Texas.
With our family grown and grand-children galore, we live in west-central Texas with a barn full of critters enjoying the country life.
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