Published by: Outskirts Press
Written by: Irene Dolnick
I enjoy reading children’s books, so I was more than happy to check out Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel.
This tells the tale of a dog who is jealous when she sees two of her friends together. She then decides to “hook up” with one of a friend of her own and travel the country with him.
Are fun and colorful, and pretty well done.
How strong is the book?
This is your average paperback book, relatively sturdy.
Who the book is for:
I believe this book was written for beginning readers, as parts of words are underlined and highlighted and the reading of them is explained… but I think the look of the book is more for younger children, and the words used are for older children.
What I liked:
What I didn’t like:
The story is random and hard to understand.
Sort of a love story, in an imaginative way, which seems weird for young kids.
Uses big words that kids can’t understand.
The highlighting and underlining make it somewhat difficult to read.
Not a big deal, but the title of the book includes an extra comma.
Overall, I wasn’t a fan of this book.
I give Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel 2 out of 5 stars.
I received this book free to review from the author. The opinions expressed in this review are my true thoughts and feeling regarding this book. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.