August 7, 2019

Review & Giveaway #3 - Trapper Loves His Daddy

Winner: Danielle!

Trapper Loves His Daddy! is the third book in the Homestead Friends series. What a cute little soft bound book! This is an entertaining look into a particular dog’s life. Little Trapper is a puppy who exhibits a perfect blend of his parents. This little guy loves to play, eat, and laze around the homestead, but especially enjoys spending time alongside his dad.

With fun watercolor illustrations, the peaceful and serene days on the homestead come to life. I enjoy the sweet and gentle feel of the narration, although some of the sentences are fairly long and winded, especially for younger readers.

This a charming, wholesome read for children who love dogs or other animals, as well those who’d like a peek into life on a farm or ranch. The story is comforting, the illustrations are fun, and it’s a perfect companion for a young child’s home library. Without presenting a direct moral message, it subtly suggests the importance of family and having strong, positive role models.

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 3
Pages: 30
Opening Line: One of the puppies born on the homestead to Leaping Leah and Big Bo is named Trapper.
Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher.

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  1. How adorable is that cover? Thanks for the giveaway.

  2. My granddaughter loves dogs and is just starting to read, she would love the book.

  3. Dogs are a favorite around here and the message in this book is the best to read with kids.


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