Monday, April 9, 2012
by Rita Hestand
Kindle eBook, 9 pages
Published May 1, 2010
Book Source: Bought
4 1/2 stars
Mother Hen wants all the farm animals in the barn because Nado is coming. But little Willy, the hard of hearing duck doesn't know what a Nado is.
Everyone is finally in the barn except for Maebelle, so Willy set out to find
Maebelle is so happy about her Easter Hat that she pays little attention to Willy, until her hat blows away.
Willy, poor little duck, is hard of hearing so when Mother Hen tells him a tornado is coming, he has no clue what a "Nado" is. He only knows that if Mother Hen is worried about it, about him, and about everyone else then he should be to. Mother Hen had one problem...someone was missing. Where was Maebelle? Maebelle, a vain cow, was out showing off her new hat. Someone had to find her. Willy takes on the job and sets off to find and bring Maebelle to safety. Find out what happens when this little duck without thought for himself, puts himself in danger to help someone else.
I love this little book. No matter how different we are, no matter what difficulties we have in life, we can always do whatever we if we put our minds to it.
The illustrations are adorable.
I recommend this book for ages 4-8.
Rita is a widow, with 2 daughters and 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. She writes contemporary, and historical romances along wtih children's books and short stories too. She's dabbled in poetry. You can find her at Amazon.com and smasnwords.com, at ritahestand.com, at Decadent Publishing, at Secret Cravings Publishing and at Whimsical Publications. She loves writing, reading, bowling, roller skating, kid parties, and family get togethers. Rita is retired and writes full time now.
I use to work at a school and would write poems for the kids during the holidays and stuff. Kids have been an intricate part of Rita's life. She ran a day care for nearly twenty years.
You can find free books at Smashwords.com and try them. See how you like her writing.
" see full review at Little Red Reads" http://littleredreads.blogspot.com/2012/03/childrens-book-review-at-robot-zoo.html