Review of the children's picture book; Pep, Polish And Paint by Helena Harper: In A NutShell!
Sammy wasn’t sure any of these things would help get back his shine. It all sounds so confusing to him. Sammy waited and waited a long time for them all to return. He began to think they forgot all about him. But all three did returned and they did help Sammy, but in an very unexpected way!
Pep, Polish and Paint is a delightfully clever story with an important message for children on how some things come from within us! Helena Harper uses her skill as a teacher to develop this charming fantasy all children will love. Malachy McKinney’s illustrations are engaging and imaginative.
THAT'S Pep, Polish And Paint by Helena Harper: In A NutShell!
Children’s worksheets and coloring sheets are available at http://www.helenaharper.com/
You can learn more about Helena Harper at: http://www.helenaharper.com/
Helena Harper's Blog: http://helenaharpersblog.blogspot.com/
~ Author and Illustrator, J.D. Holiday
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J.D. Holiday is the author and illustrator of the children's picture books- JANOOSE THE GOOSE, its sequel- Janoose And the Fall Feather Fair, and THE SPY GAME, the chapter book for 6 to 9 year olds, THE GREAT SNOWBALL ESCAPADE and an eclectic collections of short stories for adults in Stories & Imaginings For The Reading Spot.