Friday, February 6, 2015

2 Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy (children's book) Review

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 In Lisa and Michael’s new book, “Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy,” a Mom’s Choice Silver Award winner, Bash’s soccer team is about to go to the championships, thanks to his dog, Lucy. She helps coach the team by kissing the players and doing tricks for them. But Bash sometimes has a hard time sharing Lucy. He is overcome with jealousy when his dog enchants a soccer team of special-needs kids. Can Bash learn to share his tail-wagging pal with kids who say they need her? Read the five-star reviews and buy the book here On “Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy” was funded by a Kickstarter, and the plot was created based on input from the Cohns’ “Skype in the classroom” students. Here you can watch a Skype in the classroom clip where students provide ideas.


Product Description
From an award-winning Mom-Son team featured on the Today Show, Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy is a contemporary boy-and-dog book. Bash's dog, Lucy, helps coach his soccer team, and Lucy leads the team to the championships. But Bash is overcome with jealousy when Lucy enchants a team of Special Olympics kids who say they want her to coach their team. Can Bash overcome his jealousy and learn to share Lucy with kids who say they need her? This is Book Two in the Bash and Lucy series, following Bash and Lucy Fetch Confidence, a Mom's Choice Silver Award winner and finalist, USA Best Book Awards. Co-author Michael Cohn, age 6, and his mom Lisa have appeared on the Today Show, on SiriusXM Radio, in Disney's Babble, in The Oregonian and other media.

Kayden Mae reading  .............. 2 Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy

I was happy to be able to read this children's book that deals with jealousy. I think it is a good read for young readers who have to deal with this type of situation in real life. It teaches how to deal with feeling jealous in a way kids can relate to and understand.  I love that the kids from the soccer team fall in love with Lucy and want him to coach their team.  There are a lot of great life lessons in the book and our 6 yr old loved it! She was very quiet at times and serious, then laughing the next minute. 
I received this product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

1 comment:

  1. My daughter is 17 now and would rather read than watch tv, She applied to Harvard this year. This is because we bought her books and read to her daily. She is an avid reader and it has made her an amazing person.