Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Book Review: The Brothers Foot by Author Steve Cormey

The Brothers Foot: A Hare Raising Story

Author House Publishing

2009

ISBN: 978-1-4389-4269-8

Synopsis: A comical story based on a song about three brothers with rather strange names  who have a knack for fun with song and dance moves. The story tells of the playful antics of three rabbits and how they use singing to get out of a scary predicament in their brier patch. Danger may lurk but with singing and music, the scary turns into fun in a silly way.

 Author Steve Cormey is a song writer turned children's writer who has combined his talents to bring a charming story to life for children. Illustrated by Ronda Eden, the three rabbits become heartwarming characters that kids will love.

I liked this book and I think kids will too. It is quirky but the additional music CD and DVD that are available make this a great educational tool that entertains. The easy to read text makes it a good book for those young independent readers and the CD has the added benefit of keeping kids interested in the song. This is a great gift idea and a fun way to share a book with your child that can be read over and over.

4 comments:

  1. Fun and silly book, rabbits are one of the animals that kids just love and this story will be one that they can read over and over.

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  2. Thanks for sharing the book with your readers. We really appreciate your efforts... Steve & Ronda

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  3. Thank you so much for the review and for hosting this post. Cheers and happy read to everyone,
    Illustrator, The Brothers Foot, Ronda (Ronnie) Eden

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