This is not a Christian book, but I am reviewing it as a “thank you” to the author and illustrator, who graciously donated a copy for the Little Free Library at our church (https://www.leitersburglutheran.org/).The story is based the author’s rescue dog, Mojo Bro. Details about him are included at the end of the book. There are other books in the series, which can be purchased through Amazon.
The bright, colorful illustrations telling Mojo’s story will delight young children. So will the antics of Mojo, who wants to help, but seems to always cause trouble instead! It is repetitive and easy enough for beginning readers. Families with their own puppies will relate to the joy and fun Mojo brings to his owners.
VERDICT: 4 STARS. I’m pretty sure my two-year-old grandson would love it! My only issue is the format. This is a soft cover book, which would be easily damaged by preschoolers. I would prefer a board book.
For more books for children see these posts:
The Legend of the Christmas Tree by Rick Osborne–Book Review
I Wanted to Know All About God by Virginia L. Kroll–Book Review
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