Book Review: Abigail and the Tropical Island Adventure

abigailAbigail and the Tropical Island Adventure is a book about Abigail, a girl who is at home on a rainy day.  She remembers that she has a magic bicycle and uses it to go to an archipelago.  There she meets Lelei, learns about pearls and starfish and helps them have a party. When Abigail returns home – in her hula dress – her mom thinks that she has quite the imagination.  But if this was all in her imagination – how did she end up back at home in her dress?

I thought this was an adorable book and a great way to teach your kids.  I was surprised to see a word like “archipelago” included in the text – but teaching your child what it means could be a great learning experience.  The book had lots of vibrant photos and was a lot of fun to read.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

NEW book by international best selling children author Tali Carmi

Want your kids to be familiar with exotic locations?
Want them to meet cultures and widen their horizons?
This is a wonderful book about a girl named Abigail, that goes on adventures around the world using her magical bicycle.
Who will she meet there? What will she discover?
This beginner reader’s eBook will inspire your kids to be open to new cultures, and be more curious and enthusiastic about exploring various places.
Your kids will enjoy full-color illustrations of Abigail and the tropical island.
Your kids will be inspired to be:

  • Open to new people & cultures
    More curious
    Enthusiastic about exploring new things

Abigail and the Tropical Island Adventure is a sweet children’s book written especially for you and your ages 2- 8 children.
With simple text and 16 colorful illustrations.
The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers.

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