This is a children's book ages 5 and up. This story ties in with my adult romance Trilogy The Butterfly House. It would be 4th in the reading order.Miles will stop at nothing to find his best friend a stuffed Elephant named Elliott when he turns up lost in New York City."Since the passing of my writing muse Sully, my miniature Schnauzer of 15 years a few months ago, I've dThis is a children's book ages 5 and up. This story ties in with my adult romance Trilogy The Butterfly House. It would be 4th in the reading order.Miles will stop at nothing to find his best friend a stuffed Elephant named Elliott when he turns up lost in New York City."Since the passing of my writing muse Sully, my miniature Schnauzer of 15 years a few months ago, I've decided to donate all sales in full from my earnings to the local Harrisburg Pennsylvania SPCA. It saddens me so many pets are homeless each day. My dog was loved and cared for, sadly so many are not."Editor: Robert ZimmermanCover art design: Copyright 2014 Spiderwick Designs...
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finding elliott Reviews
This was a simple but wonderful story of a child and his favorite toy. This story made me think about how my favorite toys got me through tough times when I was a child and how my child is devastated if he is separated from his favorite toys. A very relateable story for parents and kids alike
Finding Elliott is a children’s story, and I admittedly don’t read many. Knowing that Meckley’s work is mainly for an adult audience, the curious reader in me had to take a look at Finding Elliott.Everyone has had some object or person in their life that brings feelings of comfort and security, at least at some point in life. This is especially common for children. This is one way this story can help readers of all ages grow attached to Miles and Elliott’s relationship and the rough day they had.Meckley’s writing is simple enough for a child to read this on his/her own (sorry, I’m not good at assuming a good age for reading on their own) or to have it read to them by an older reader. I think that’s a strong part of the story as well; it can bring a family together for a few minutes of reading time.This may not be the happiest of stories, but I feel the emotions it touches on help build up to the ending. I don’t feel it’ll be too disagreeable to a child reader.
What an endearing and loveable short story that allows you the parent to spend quality time with your kiddos. Our 8 year old daughter thoroughly enjoyed, and this offers exploring the possibilities and outcomes of losing a beloved childhood toy...not only toy, but best friend. Great teaching tool for youngsters and dealing with emotions, and highly relatable for us all. I received my complimentary copy from the author in exchange for my honest opinion and review.