Friday, March 14, 2014

Review: Fanny and the Flying French Bulldog by Nelson Bloncourt (Author) , Nikita Polyansky (Illustrator)


Fanny and the Flying French Bulldog
The wonderful story of a French bulldog with ears big enough to allow her to fly and her amazing journey in search of her biological mother Exquisite illustrations throughout, that will make it an instant classic for children and adults alike Fanny is a French Bulldog with big ears and an even bigger heart. She loves her human dad but she misses her biological mother. When her longing leaves her ears flapping, she finds herself in the skies and on an adventure, over San Francisco and in a fanciful circus, and hopefully all the way to her mother and then home again.

A heartwarming tale about family and home and what that really means, soaring with love Fanny the Flying French Bulldog will charm children and adults everywhere. Anticipated to be the first in a Fanny series with a strong lead character, akin to the lovable pup Henley, of Glitterati Incorporated fame, this book is festooned throughout with gorgeous original illustrations by illustrator Nikita Polyansky and is beautifully presented with a ribbon marker and two gatefolds.

I adored this book.  The pictures are beautiful and the story both heartwarming and moving.  My kids loved it as much as I did.   The adventure contained within these beautiful pages is one that draws the reader in and holds them tight, wanting to know how it all shakes out.  4 stars.  

As a sidenote:  The book is a beautiful hardcover with a beautiful ribbon marker.  A great book to have in your child's library.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Mrs. Mommy Booknerd.

    I am honored and grateful that you have, so kindly and favorably, reviewed my book.

    All the best, Nelson


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