Review: Ninja and Bunny's Great Adventure by Kara S. Tyler ( Author), Sarah Pacetti (Illustrations)

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-Title: Ninja and Bunny's Great Adventure
- Series: Ninja and Bunny's Great Adventure
-Author: Kara S. Tyler ( Author)Sarah Pacetti (Illustrations)
-Gener : Fantasy
-Age Group: Children
-Publisher: Evolved Publishing
-Source: was given to me in exchange for an honest review
-Rating:  5 /5
-GoodReads (quote):
A children's tale of imagination and play, of love and loyalty, and of courage and determination. Evolved Publishing presents the first book in the wonderful, colorful world of the "Adventures of Ninja and Bunny." Marian loves playing make-believe, but what if her big sister Ruthie's fairies have been real all along? What if Princess Isla is truly in trouble and needs their help? Marian and Ruthie must visit Fairyland and transform into Ninja and Bunny! Will they be able to save the princess? Find out in this tale of love, loyalty, and imagination. And be sure to watch for the second and third books in the "Adventures of Ninja and Bunny" to release in 2016.

My Review:
** spoiler alert ** This story was sent for me in exchange for a honest review. Before I start my review; I want to say that I was so excited about it because the author was inspired by her children to write this wonderful book.


The story begin with a wonderful bond between two sisters; Ruthie (the ninja) and Marian (the fiary winged bunny) or this is how they dress up going to fairy land. I just loved how they got into the rescue which is their favorite play time game adding I adore this part:

(“There was nothing to be afraid of,” Ninja said. “But running away made it seem
so much scarier.”
Isla nodded her agreement. “In Fairyland, thoughts have power. Maybe my fear
made the creature stronger.”)

Fear is not big thing but we make it look so; we are way stronger than fear.


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2 comments

  1. Yes, fear is not stronger than us and we just make it appear so. The lesson about courage that this book contains is what I liked the best. :)

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    1. That's why the monsters are not real; it's just our inside fears.
      I love this book so much.

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