Messy Jessy Gets Active
by Jayne Peters
Illustrated by Diane Lucas
Rating: 4 star
A Delightful Read for Children
Studies reveal unorganized play is vital to kids’ mental and physical development. Kids just need to be kids and to be allowed to explore their many interests without a rigid schedule. That’s What Messy Jessy Gets Active is all about.
Jessy was introduced to young readers in her first book, Messy Jessy. The fun-loving girl has a broad interest in activities, everything from hockey to yoga, and she explains to her parents that she loves them all; it’s impossible to choose only one.
Young readers will delight in the wonderful illustrations as Jessy shares her many interests, ones many readers will undoubtedly share with her.
Adults can read Messy Jessy Gets Active to young children. Those in grades two and higher will be able to read it themselves.
About Sunday Review
One resolution I made this year was to catch up on my reading. I have almost 250 books on my to-read shelf, so I have a lot of catching up to do.
Reviews are the life blood books, so I will post my reviews on Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, Goodreads, my Facebook page, Chapters Indigo, Smashwords and here. I may not have a review every Sunday, but I hope to have at least two a month.
Please, don’t ask me to review your book. It will take me three years to get through the books I already have and those that trickle in from one source or another, along with impulse buys.
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