Children’s Book Review: Moonlight Puppies
By Paul J. Collins
Illustrated by Kevin Keele
This spooky family fun story has it all puppies and zombies!
The Colby family moves into a spoon old spooky looking house. They find a statue of three puppies. The children Caroline Adeline and Sean soon find out that the puppies come to life in the moonlight.
The puppies chase away zombie, witches, monsters and more. It takes several moonlight adventures and pleading form the children to believe them before their parents also see the puppies come to life. The whole family plays together that night and much to their delight the puppies live on.
A perfect storybook for Halloween, not too scary zombies and monsters. The illustrations use color and shading to create a spooky night. Wonderful pops of color highlight family members emotions of the adventure.
Character Building and Values:
Believe in your dreams
Professor Sci-Ants list of 10 Principals of Life
Illustration of Miss Ladybug’s Bees wearing t-shirts which list many good character traits.
Part of proceeds supports a foundation for children’s charities.
About the Author:
Paul J. Collins was born in Dublin, Ireland, he now lives in Connecticut with his wife and three children. He is the author of six children’s books: Ellie the Eagle, Tony the Tarantula, The Seamstress and the Prince, Moonlight Puppies, The Dragon’s Treasure, and In Search of Bear.
Paul’s books are action-based with beautiful illustrations. His books encourage children to dream big while providing educational, emotional, and spiritual tools to help them achieve those dreams. The books are published by Moonlight Puppies Press and are written and illustrated to be enjoyed by children as well as their parents and other adults.
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