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Peter the Pixie: Peter and the Ants pt1 by Gary Edward Gedall
The Tales of Peter the Pixie: Peter and the Ants pt1 is written by Gary Edwards Gedall and illustrated by Valerie Romer. It was published by From Words to Worlds on July 11, 2018. You can also listen to this animated video "I Can Read" version on YouTube. It has 36 pages of beautiful illustrations and a great story line.
Gary Edward Gedall was born in Manchester UK. His mother owned a record shop while his dad was a traveling jazz drummer. During his childhood, Gary and his family went from rags to riches and back to rags. He started writing poetry at his boarding school and at the age of 14, he wrote his first short story. During college, he started writing plays. In 1986, he finished writing a virtual reality story, "The Dream Machine." He has written many other books since then.
More book by Gary Edward Gedall
This is a list of some other books written by the Author. There were too many to write so I just selected a few.
- The Zen Approach to Low Impact Training and Sports: A Simple Method for Achieving a Healthy Body and a Healthy Mind (April 12, 2015)
- The Island of Serenity Book 1: Survival ( December 3, 2014)
- The Island of Serenity Book 2: Sun & Rain (January 5, 2015)
- Tasty Bites 1: Face to Face (January 21, 2015)
- Tasty Bites 2: The Woman of my Dreams ( February 3, 2015)
About the Book
This book introduces the lonely and scared, Peter the Pixie. He arrives in a place that he doesn't know. He is wet, cold, and hungry. He finds shelter. Then something happens that makes him leave that shelter. Where he ends up, he meets the ants. What happens next, you will need to read the book to find out.
The main characters in this book is Peter the Pixie, who arrives in this place on a leaf and who needs to find shelter, warmth and food and the other main characters are the ants, who help Peter. This book is a children's picture book with beautiful illustrations that help the story. There are no illustrations that don't belong there.
What I liked about the book was there is a lesson to be learned in this series. The author wrote this book in a way that it can stand on its own without the rest of the books that follow. The layout of the book makes it so that children can follow along. There is an illustration on each page. There was nothing that I disliked about this book. I am not a child but I can't wait to see what happens next. This book caught my attention from the beginning with its descriptive vocabulary. While reading this, I could picture the setting in my mind. My favorite part was the ending when the ant tells Peter why they helped him. I did think it was funny when in the beginning of the book, Peter tried to jump to the Rock and fell in the water.
I would recommend this book to children from the ages of 2 to 6. I believe that children who love to hear about fairy tales, myths, and folklore, would enjoy this. I also think that this is a great book for parents to read to their children.