Thursday, March 26, 2015

Abigail and The North North Pole Adventure (E-book review)

Disclosure: I was given a free e-book code in order to get book from Amazon for review. The opinions expressed were my own!

I have reviewed another e-book for children  in the Abigail adventure series! This book was written by Tali Carmi and illustrated by Neda Fuchedzhieva. It's for beginner readers and for those who are between the ages of 2 to 8 years of age. This time, Abigail's adventure starts from her house, after her grandparents stopped by to visit her with the red bicycle and the magical book in the bike basket! After the adults went to talk in another room, she started looking through the book. Abigail saw some pictures of icebergs, and stated, "Take me there, let me see, show me where I want to be."

The next thing that you know, she's off, sliding down an iceberg! She sees some seals, and the bike slides into an igloo. She meets Siku, a young boy. He invites her into see what it looks like in an igloo. (What I found interesting in the book, is that the inside of an igloo is warmer on the inside than it is on the outside!) Siku let her borrow a jacket that his mother had made, and they went outside to go ice-fishing. A bear cub came into the area, and the piece of ice the bear was on broke off. The two children helped to rescue the cub with Siku's fishing spear and Abigail's bicycle. They rescued the cub! She was invited to dinner at Siku's, but she realized that she needed to head home to her house. Siku had given her a pair of gloves before she had left him. Abigail showed the gloves to her grandparents when she got back to her house!

This was a delightful book in the Abigail adventures series! For more information and where to purchase it, check it out at Abigail and The North Pole Adventure .

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