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Candy and the Cankersaur Review

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Title: Candy and the Cankersaur
Author: Jason Sandberg
Publication Date: June 17, 2012
Publisher: Jason Sandberg
Pages: 32
ASIN: B008CG1S96
This is the sweet and funny tale of a young girl named Candy and a Cankersaurus Rex! Candy receives a dinosaur as a gift and is determined to train him to be a good pet.
This is a story of a little girl named Candace Courtney Wellesley Wellington but everyone called her Candy, Her father Mister Wellington is a very busy dad, he wishes he could spend more time with his daughter and one day he decided to buy her a Cankersaurus Rex. Candy immediately starts training her dinosaur.

I don’t usually review children books but since I’m open to any genre when the Author asked if I was willing to make a review for this book I immediately accepted. You see, I have a 3-year-old boy that is crazy about dinosaurs and since it’s a book directed to children I decided to make this review with him. When we started reading this book my son was fascinated by the illustrations and as we read along I could see how much he was enjoying the adventures of Candy and Cank he was paying attention to the book till the end and appeared very entertained with the story.

I was pleased to see that this book addresses friendship and responsibility in a very understandable way for the kids, it also teaches parents to try and spend more time with their little ones. Overall a cute and quick read for the children.

I received this book from Jason Sandberg, all the opinions are honest and my own.


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