Tuesday, October 10, 2017

From Light to Darkness by Isabella Murphy {Review}

From Dark to Light
ISBN: 978-0998516226
Author Website: isabellamurphyauthor.com
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Publisher Website: pinkumbrellabooks.com
About the book:
Pumpker, a little boy pumpkin, desires nothing more than to be adopted by a family to make them happy. Planted as a slim white seed along with his sisters, Plumpalicious and Plumpilina, he finds his wish come true as he grows into a pumpkin.
My Review: 4 Stars
This is such a fun story about the adventures of a pumpkin seed and his sisters. I enjoyed the human feelings and qualities that were given to these seed siblings, as it makes it easier for kids to relate to. I love the excitement that is felt through the pages, as Pumpker longs to belong to a family. Told in first person, the story comes to life as this little seed grows.
I adored the vivid and engaging illustrations and thought they really captured the message of the words. However, there are a lot of words and I wouldn't recommend it for really young readers because their attention spans aren't long enough. 
*I received a copy, which didn't influence my opinion in any way*
About the Author:
Isabella Murphy lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family and two dogs. In addition to writing, Isabella loves sports, music, singing and dancing. She looks forward to writing more books that bring joy to her readers.
About the Illustrator:
Natalia PĂ©rez lives in Caracas, Venezuela. She graduated in Arts at Universidad Central of Venezuela, and today she teaches art at a French high school. She enjoys illustrating children’s books.
From Dark to Light Blog Tour Schedule:
October 10: Katie’s Clean Book Collection
October 11: Alohamora Open a Book
October 12:  Beach Bound Books
October 13 The Readers Salon
October 14: The Book Corner
October 15: The Little Reading Corner
October 16: The Stories We Read
October 17: Over 40 and a Mum to One
October 18: San Francisco Moms
October 19: Texas Girl Reads
October 20: Book Room Reviews

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