Sunday, December 21, 2014

Book Review Of Rainbow Clothes (Book 1) by Mrs D.


Rainbow Clothes (Book 1)
: Mrs.
DHardcover: 44 pages
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing (April 3, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1457528274
ISBN-13: 978-1457528279


Book Description:
An enlightening story about a little girl named Nika who didn't want to take care of her clothes and toys. One hazy morning when Nika opened her closet, she discovered that it was empty. Her clothes had disappeared! What had happened to her shirts and pants? Where did her favorite dresses, coats, and socks go? Why did they leave her with just her pajamas on this misty morning? Will they come back? Taking a closer look at her room, Nika starts thinking about her attitude toward her clothes and toys. "How easy it is to lose something you love so much." She learns an important lesson at the end of this story. Watch your children have a blast reading this story while learning valuable lessons. 

Book Review:
Brittany Perez  (Oh My Bookness)
December 21,2014

Runaway Clothes by Mrs D. had Runaway Clothes by Mrs. D is full of delightful imagery. A little girl opens her closest, and oh my, her her clothes have disappeared,money have run away. The world flows in such a hmmmmm....fanciful way? Shall I say? That my goodness children will sure become engaged as well just sucked completely into this story as if they were in it them selves.

The young girls clothes became tired of being crumpled and feeling abounded on the floor, on the ground and all around being treated so ......unfortunately poorly and nasty. The little girl starts to notices that not only her soothes were being treated so bad but her toys, and they were sad from being unnoticed, neglected as well as sad as being piled on top of each other.

The wonderful story has a of importance, teaching teaching the ones who read a lesson, a valued lesson. A lesson that will teach the young, I will even go as far as saying the "older" because we all tend to forget sometime the value of ANY OF YOUR POSSESSIONS. The value of your BELONGINGS.  Mrs.D. Does it in such a way that you will not realize you are learning a loess on just reading a fantastical good story but subconsciously you realize the message, a message off taking care of one, or your things. And a great message it is.

About The Author:

About the Author

Olga D'Agostino is also known as MRS. D, and is an award-winning children's author who was born in western Ukraine. She lived in the historical city of Lviv, where she studied business at Lviv Business College. In 1992, she immigrated to the USA with her two small daughters and for years worked in her own business. In 2011, she began her career as a writer, focusing on writing children's books that have meaning and provide valuable lessons. Two of her children's books, The Trees Have Hearts and Good Morning, World, won Mom's Choice Awards in 2013. She is a member of SCBWI and speaks a few languages fluently. She lives in the famous town of Smithville, N.J., with her husband Patrick and a meticulous old cat named Nyda.

Published children's books by Mrs. D. include Carlo the Mouse on Vacation, The Trees Have Hearts, The City Kittens and the Old House Cat, Good Morning, World!, Runaway Clothes, and Carlo the Mouse, Book 1: Too Many Rules for One Little Mouse.

Coming in 2014: The Royal Palm, Carlo the Mouse, Book 2: Now We're Talking!
The full series of Carlo the Mouse and her new books The Mysterious Life Inside a Closet, That Is How Things Are (two connected stories: The Autumn Wind and The Kitten and the Sparrow), her new book The Cat Who Wonders By Itself, and three rhyming stories in Who Is Most Important in the Fridge? will be published in the near future. Her books are available in print on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and as e-books for most popular e-devices.

She also likes to write short stories for adult readers. She is presently working on her first novel, The Chinese Princess, and a short story, "A Taste of Bread." For updates on Mrs.D.'s books, please visit her website:

Book 2 Review will come Tomorrow December 22,2014.



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