Noble's Point Entertainment
Hardcover, 38 pages
Miles is the Cannon Commander at the Miracle factory. He loves his job and is good at it but compared to all the other workers who are big strapping guys, Miles is small and this bothers him. When Corbin, the evil factory owner wants to do away with the factory, Miles must find the confidence to save it. Along with his friend Bridget, Miles discovers everyone is special in there own way.
My son loved both the story and the bright colorful illustrations in this book. Being small in size, my son was able to relate to Miles and his feelings. The premise of launching miracles was unique too. The story is divided into seven short chapters that gave this book the feel of being for older kids even though it was a picture book. My son will be ten in a few months so I think this format appealed to him.
The illustrations are so appealing and eye-catching, making this book a pleasure to read and look at. My son absolutely loved them and I did too. This was a fun fantasy adventure book that will appeal to all kids who might struggle with self-esteem and who like bright fantasy stories.
Note: This book is rated C = clean read.
Reviewed by Laura & Son
Disclosure: Thanks to the author for sending us this book for review. We were not compensated in any other way, nor told how to rate or review this product.
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