Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie Children’s Book

Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie Children's BookWhen it comes to holiday shopping, many of us have little one’s on our shopping list. While most people will purchase toys, games & clothing for kids this holiday season, I’m here to remind you that all kids should get at least one book this holiday season.

Books are a great way to encourage the love for reading at a very early age. They help children to become proficient readers, better spellers, they learn to sit still for periods of time and allow their mind’s to drift off to fantasy land for a little while. In my honest opinion, children can never have too many books!

Let me introduce you to a brand new book that would make a great gift this holiday season.

Title: Dust Fairy Tales – Absolutely Aggie
Author: Michelle R. Eastman
ISBN: 978-0-9916244-5-4

Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie Children's Book

Book Synopsis: Aggie is a little Dust Fairy with a big problem. She wants to join the fairy band, but they do not approve of her offbeat style. Aggie is determined to impress them, but that turns out to be harder than she imagined. Just when she thinks she will never find a way to fit in, Aggie discovers it might be more fun to stand out.

This is a softcover book that is beautifully written by Michelle R. Eastman with gorgeous illustrations by Kevin Richter. The characters in this book are absolutely darling and really pull on your heartstrings. The overall objective of the story is about a little Dust Fairy who’s different and is trying to “fit-in”. She quickly learns throughout the story that it’s more fun to stand out and to be unique. An important thing for all children to realize and to understand.

The book is a fairly easy read. My granddaughter is 7 1/2 years old and can read the book (without any adult help) from cover to cover with no problems at all. It’s a nice book for parents & grandparents to read to the younger children at bedtime & reading time and a great book for children to read on their own (ages 6 and up).

Dust Fairy Tales: Absolutely Aggie Children's Book

It’s one of those types of children’s books that you want to have in your collection and you want to read it often. The more you read it to a child, the more the message will sink in. In just the past 2 to 2 1/2 weeks, my granddaughter has read the book several times to us and to her little brother. It’s a very entertaining story for children and adults alike.

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Giveaway: One lucky winner is going to win the children’s book titled: Dust Fairy Tales ~ Absolutely Aggie by author Michelle R. Eastman. In addition, the winner will also receive an audio book CD and mini dust bunny plush doll. What a great gift!

Giveaway Details: This giveaway is open to residents of the US ONLY age 18 and over. Please read our Terms of Service & Disclaimer Policy before entering. This giveaway will close on November 28th, 2016 at 11:59 pm EST time. No purchase necessary to enter or win.

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  6. I learned this about this great book; Join the Dust Fairies on their messy nighttime adventures, and discover
    how one misfit fairy uses his talent to create something legendary.
    His story will have families looking at dust bunnies in a new light
    and may actually give kids an excuse NOT to clean their rooms. Zippy, rhyming stanzas and bold illustrations come together in this legendary tale. Artie’s story helps kids realize that we all have unique gifts,
    and not everyone fits in with the crowd.

  7. Friederike says:

    i love that you can donate the book off the site, thank you for the review and giveaway

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  9. I like the illustrations also that it has positive influence on kids.

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    I learned that Michelle Eastman is a teacher and mom who is passionate about literacy and the issues affecting our children.

  18. I went to their site and I learned that you can donate these books and I think that is so wonderful especially this time of year.

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  23. I learned that Michelle Eastman began her career as an elementary teacher in the West Des Moines School District.