Foreword Reviews

Carol Davala, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Adventures of Teko

by Carol Davala

This personal story about a rescue dog is warm and emotive, full of heartfelt human and animal connections. In Barbara Ann Ellicott’s heartwarming, pet-centered memoir "The Adventures of Teko", a young adopted dog finds his forever... Read More

Book Review

A Cat That Travels

by Carol Davala

"A Cat That Travels" is a fun, fact-filled family travel adventure for young readers. Jack McClellan’s lighthearted middle grade tale "A Cat That Travels" follows the adventures of an inquisitive kitten and her newly adoptive family... Read More

Book Review

Grandpa, I'm Afraid

by Carol Davala

Through its thoughtful dialogues, Grandpa, I’m Afraid will help chase away all those proverbial monsters from under the bed. In Mart Grams’s imaginative picture book Grandpa, I’m Afraid, a grandfather and his granddaughters explore... Read More

Book Review

Molly Goes Camping

by Carol Davala

"Molly Goes Camping" is a sweet and entertaining tale for young readers about a rambunctious, fun-loving, inquisitive dog. Janice McAlpine’s delightful picture book "Molly Goes Camping" follows a family on an outing with their... Read More

Book Review

A Fish Called Bad Eyes

by Carol Davala

"A Fish Called Bad Eyes" is an entertaining story for young readers that imparts important ocean knowledge. In Larry Golicz’s imaginative tale "A Fish Called Bad Eyes", a bespectacled fish reveals his curiosity and caution as he... Read More

Book Review

Jackson's Story

by Carol Davala

Jackson’s Story is a gentle, insightful story with a valuable lesson for any family considering pet adoption. Elizabeth Baker’s Jackson’s Story is a heartwarming picture book in which a frisky pup experiences kindness, then neglect... Read More

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