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Joey and the Net by Uncle Amos (Children’s Book)
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In this latest installment of Kindle App Random Robin, I share my thoughts on Joey and the Net by Uncle Amos.
This is a wonderful story that addresses the conflict between doing what one is told to do and one’s intuition. Joey has a knack of getting into trouble and not listening to his mother. Could he really end up being the death of her? In this work, intuition wins out. It doesn’t quite excuse Joey not listening to his mother, but everyone is understandably grateful this time around for his disobedience.
The presentation is delightful. Font is great on the eyes, and the colors from the illustrations pop off the page. I love the expressions on the faces of the tilapia, and I could really sense and detect the danger that Joey, his mom, and the rest of his family was in. This is a great testimony to determination and teamwork, and the educational segment about the St. Peter’s Fish (tilapia) at the beginning of the story was a great segue into the narrative.
I highly recommend this work!
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