Mimi’s Adventure

Mimi’s Adventure, by Keith Wheeler is a wonderful children’s story of a little doll named Mimi who wants to go on an adventure. As she sits on the window sill one night, she wishes upon a star to go on a magical and amazing adventure. Just then, a balloon flies into the room and Mimi grabs on tight and the balloon whisks her away. She journey’s around the world, but as she realizes she doesn’t know where she is, she begins to miss the little girl she belongs to. Now, she wants to go home, but is unsure of how to get back!

Author Keith Wheeler’s story is filled with easy flowing rhymes and vibrant pictures that grab your attention. Each page has fun and whimsical illustrations showing emotive characters in various settings. From the little doll Mimi, to her little girl, and her little farm, every page is filled with sharp graphics that bring to life the different locations and settings found throughout this magnificent adventure. The book is filled with simple words, making this a great book for kids learning to read.

Mimi’s Adventure is an amusing and lively children’s story that will capture the imagination of any child who can imagine their own toys going on their own adventures, much like the Toy Story movie. With rhymes that are fun and engaging, and a character that will surely bring a smile to your face, Mimi’s Adventure is a book that is easily read multiple times.

Pages: 26 | ASIN: B078MW5XBG

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Posted on March 23, 2021, in Book Reviews, Five Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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