August 6, 2019

Review & Giveaway #2 - Leaping Leah's Big Surprise

Winner: Carla!

Leaping Leah’s Big Surprise! is the second book in the Homestead Friends series. Once again, animal friends are welcomed to the homestead—this time it’s seven new puppies! Readers of the first book will recognize Sweet Harley, the gray kitten, and are introduced to Leah and Bo, Australian Cattle dogs, and their growing family.

Harley learns how Leah has changed in preparation for her pups. She was once rambunctious and energetic, running five miles a day and visiting with the other animals. But now that she is a mother, she is less active and more peaceful.

This charming story reveals the wonders and beauty of birth, and the changes that occur as families grow. When it comes to these animal friends and family, the more the merrier!

Homestead Friends is a wholesome children’s series about homestead animal life in the Ozark Mountains. Each soft bound book centers on a different animal and circumstance, and shares a meaningful message.

★★★★

Author: Sheli Levi
Illustrator: Ros Webb
Publisher: Living Tree Press
Series: Homestead friends Book 2
Pages: 30
Opening Line: Shortly after the shy, little kitten named Harley arrived onto the homestead, excitement again filled the air.
Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher.

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4 comments:

  1. This sounds like an adorable book and series. My grandchildren would love it.

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  2. Oh, what a sweet series for children. Best wishes on your newest book.

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  3. this book sounds like an excellent way to start discussions on the natural life cycle with kids. dhammelef(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. What a great book for my granddaughter to read.

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