Uncle Bear’s Mystery Valentine Review

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What’s a bear to do when he has no money, but wants to give a gift to thank his secret admirer?
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My Review
This is such a cute story for kids and parents to read together for Valentines Day. The story is presented in a rhyming prose that is cute and really kept my boys attention. Uncle Bear receives a mystery gift and wants to return the favor. He’s not crafty and not rich. So he makes some delicious chocolate truffles for his mystery gift giver. The pictures are bright and colorful and just so cute. The actual recipe for the truffles is at the end of the story along with some cute coloring pages that match the story. My boys have gotten a kick out of this story and love the coloring pages.

A 5/5!

 

Author Bio:

Clarice Williams whose pen name is C. JoVan Williams, was born and raised in Chicago, IL, but now resides in New Jersey as an Air Force spouse, with a blended family of six. She credits her writing inspirations from her experiences as a military spouse, mother, college graduate, Government worker, silly daughter, and an overbearing older sister to many. She also writes for Military Spouse Magazine. Her books are available on Amazon.

 

What people are saying:

It is an endearing story of three friends and their plan to find out the secret Valentine. The story is narrated in pictures like comic strips. The illustrations are colorful and lively. It gives a personality to all the characters in the story and breathes life into the scenes. It is a good bedtime story for children. The scenes are descriptive, helping children visualize the scenes with clarity. The book also tells children about friendship and how friends help each other whenever necessary. – Reader’s Favorite

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Prize: $25 Amazon Gift Card for 1 Reader

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