Monday, April 13, 2015

Candy and the Cankersaur Review

This is the sweet and funny tale of a young girl named Candy and her Cankersaurus Rex! Candy receives a dinosaur as a gift and is determined to train him to be a good pet. This playful homage to Syd Hoff will make all dinosaur-crazy boys and girls happy! 
Jason Sandberg, born in Minneapolis in 1971, acquired a love of drawing after discovering the artwork of Jacob Kurtzberg. His paintings have been exhibited in Minneapolis and Manhattan. Art Historian Scott McCloud classified his work as uncategorizable. “I’m a Fine Artist who also wants to produce the ‘missing books’ from my childhood, the books I wished I’d had.”


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My Review:


4 out of 5 stars

When Candy's father notices all the expensive toys he's given his daughter aren't making her happy, he decided to get her a pet. And what is better than your own dinosaur? At first Candy is afraid of the Cankersaur, but soon learns to love him. Candy trains Cank how to obey important rules and play fun games. When her neighbor sees her dinosaur, he gets jealous. Now he, Candy, and her father have to save Cank!

This was a fun, colorful book that a preschooler would enjoy. The images are bright and tells a cool picture of their own. The message of people and animals are more important are things is important. If you're child dreams of a dinosaur of their own, this is the book for them. 


Enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. Faith, hope, and love -
    the greatest of these is love:
    jump into faith...
    and you'll see with love.
    Doesn’t matter if you don’t believe
    (what I write);
    God believes in you.
    God bless you.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Faith, hope, and love -
    the greatest of these is love:
    jump into faith...
    and you'll see with love.
    Doesn’t matter if you don’t believe
    (what I write);
    God believes in you.
    God bless you.

    ReplyDelete

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