Saturday, December 10, 2011

Cooper And Me and the Winter Adventure

This is the 2nd book of the Cooper and Me series I have been given the opportunity to review. This time Cooper and a friend, Bella, are excited about getting to go sledding. They had so much fun playing in the snow, but then realized they were LOST! You need to read this to learn how they stuck together and found their way home again.

I love the lesson learned in these books. In this adventure, it teaches a child that being prepared and making good decisions are important. This provides the perfect opportunity to discuss a plan with your child of what to do when lost. It will certainly build your child's confidence if they have some idea what to do should they face a similar situation.

Another thing that I like, is that this mother/daughter writing team of  Monique and Alexa Peters also gives back from the proceeds of their books!
$1 of every Winter Adventure book sold will go to advance research & treatment of pancreatic cancer, via the Lustgarten Foundation (

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1 comment:

Debra Brown said...

I loved the review on Cooper and Me. I loved reading to my (11) grandchildren.This sounds like the perfect book for Nana's library.Thanks for all of the reviews. I know I can always trust your judgement.