Sep 28, 2011

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Stanley Seagull eBook Review!

I love reading, and SAP takes after me in that sense too!  She can’t get enough of books!  I love to get her books that teach her things about life whether it be how other cultures live or how animals act to different places and things like mountains she has never seen before.  Unfortunately these types of children’s books are not always the best at keeping SAP’s attention.

That’s why I loved the idea of the ebook Stanley Seagull!  SAP loved the special treat of sitting with mommy at the computer reading the ebook and talking about the seagulls and what they were eating and what they were doing!  The pictures were very large and colorful, capturing her attention and following along well with the story.  I liked how it show-cased that seagulls live at the sea and not where we are accustomed to seeing them: in our landfills, parking lots, and parks!

“Stanley Seagull” by Cathy Mazur:

Meet a young seagull named Stanley. Follow him as he wanders far from home and tries to find his way back. Join Stanley on his journey as he learns how humans affect the balance of nature.

Check out the Stanley Seagull trailor!

 


Learn more about  Stanley Seagull on the Stanley Seagull Blog!

Also, connect with Stanley Seagull on their Facebook Page!

The “Stanley Seagull” book is available in print (paperback or hardcover) as well as e-versions! (PDF, iPad, Kindle, Nook, Google)

Purchase any version on the Stanley Seagull Website!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

  1. Melissa, I’m so glad that you and your daughter enjoyed getting to know our friend, Stanley. It means a lot when you said the story held her attention. It’s great to hear that she got a kick out of reading an ebook on the computer with you. Too cute!

  2. Thank you for the review and from your child’s point of view as well.

  3. Leah Walker says:

    How cute! We are big readers in our house too. I am trying to teach that to my nieces and nephews as well. My daughter is 15 and I’ve encouraged her to read since she was small. Now she reads all the time. Her friends don’t understand how she can read when she doesn’t have to. Lol.

  4. Thanks for the review! We have a couple of e-books my daughter likes to watch on her Daddy’s iPhone.