Go Away BAD MOOD -A Review

I got my copy on Amazon here. You can buy yours there and/or on the Author’s website.

 

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Go Away BAD mood
Author: Nayera Salam
Illustrator: Elsa Estrada
Publisher : Prolance
As a person who is always in a good mood, this children’s book called my name. I want to instill the value of a good character to my son so I had to get it.

My son and I read it and he enjoyed the graphics. He stayed focused longer than I thought. Later, he opened the book and told his own story as he flipped the pages -engrossed- of what he saw in his gibberish language while I puffed in laughter.

The story sends a powerful message to children; be courteous and a happy kid. The drawings are unique and beautiful. The text is also rhythmic and enjoyable.

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It has a puzzle at the end. A great activity for little ones to make them think and solve problems. My little one made a confetti here, haha!

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Here is the back cover.

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Thank you for reading,

Papatia Feauxzar

 

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33 comments

  1. Papatia · February 11, 2016

    Reblogged this on Between Sisters, SVP! and commented:

    #Support Children’s Literature 🙂

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  2. kacielmorgan · February 11, 2016

    This looks like a lovely book for children, I love that it has a jigsaw puzzle in it!

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    • Papatia · February 11, 2016

      I think it is too! And yea, the puzzle is very fun ;), xx.

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  3. Rhian Westbury · February 11, 2016

    A puzzle in a book? I would have loved that as a kid! x

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  4. .Sara. (@OoSerzoO) · February 11, 2016

    Aww, this book looks lovely, it’s so beautifully illustrated and the puzzle in the back is a lovely touch 🙂

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    • Papatia · February 11, 2016

      I agree and any kid can enjoy it :)!

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  5. Emma White (@TheRealSupermum) · February 11, 2016

    aw this sounds like a very happy and positive book for children one I know my little people would enjoy

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  6. Rebecca Smith · February 11, 2016

    I think my son would love this – especially with a puzzle at the back!

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  7. Ana De Jesus · February 11, 2016

    What a beautiful book its illustrations are perfect and I like the puzzle!

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  8. secretplussizegoddessblog · February 12, 2016

    What a wonderful topic for a book. Good manners and behaviour are a fabulous thing to instill in your children. Being courteous and polite doesn’t cost anything, but will make others, and yourself happy!

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  9. Tori Gabriel · February 12, 2016

    This looks like a really engaging book for children. I like the activity at the back too. May have to add this to the book box.

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  10. Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy · February 12, 2016

    How fun that it comes with a puzzle. I love the illustration too.

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  11. Zoe L · February 12, 2016

    This sounds like a fab little book for the kiddies. Love the additional puzzle inside.

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  12. fashionandstylepolice · February 12, 2016

    This is such a beautiful book. Love the pretty illustrations.

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  13. Sarah Bailey · February 12, 2016

    This sounds like a really interesting book and a teaching tool. x

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    • Papatia · February 12, 2016

      A very good teaching tool indeed! 🙂

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  14. Idaintyit · February 12, 2016

    It looks like a lovely book, anything that holds my sons attention is worth it for me!

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    • Papatia · February 12, 2016

      Right! They have the attention span of butterflies haha! 🙂

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  15. kenny · February 12, 2016

    The puzzle seems so fun! Looks like a great book for a youngster.

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  16. Renna · February 13, 2016

    What a fun book for kids…shame it’s not for adults lol!

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  17. Laura Haley · February 18, 2016

    Looks like a brilliant book, glad your son enjoyed it.

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    • Papatia · February 18, 2016

      Thank you :). Now I have to keep him so he doesn’t tear the pages out haha, Kids…smdh :p!

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  18. Candace · February 24, 2016

    This sounds like such a fabulous book to help children understand their moods & effects they have

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