Friday, December 13, 2013

4-Star Review: Kojo the Seadragon Gets Lost by David Chuka

From Best Selling Author David Chuka

Young children will be captivated by the colorful pictures in this book plus an intriguing story that will have them spell-bound at bedtime or when they pick up this book up to read themselves.

In this animal story, we get to know Kojo the sea dragon who lives in the Zakari river where he is surrounded by family and friends who love and care for him. Kojo's Mom has warned him not to go to the south side of the river as it's too deep and he could get lost there.

One day, Kojo is playing a game of hide and seek with his best friend, Kofi the sea turtle. Kojo in a bid to find the perfect hiding place, strays to the Southside where an unseen force tries to draw him into a dark hole. Will Kojo escape this force or will his family and friends rescue him?

In this fun animal book for kids, young children will discover the value of friendship and the consequences of not listening to instructions.

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Sapphyria's Review:

Kojo the Seadragon Gets Lost is a very cute children's story. The above synopsis describes the book very well and since Kojo the Seadragon is a short story I won't reinvent the wheel.

The book itself boasts very vibrant colors and well-drawn underwater cartoon characters. Children should enjoy the brightness, underwater scenery, and the characters created by David Chucka. The best part of the book is that is not only are the illustrations eye-catching, the theme of the book focuses on instructional ideas, as well. There is a lesson or two to be had in this short children's story.

Those that are mildly visually impaired may have a hard time deciphering the words because of the font used.

Review copy courtesy of:  The author, David Chuka, at no cost, in exchange for an honest review.

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