Flip Flap Floodle: A New “Classic” Nursery Tale Review by Petre Pan


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Flip Flap Floodle: A New “Classic” Nursery Tale Review by Petre Pan

Reblogged from Petre Pan’s blog “…and then, I shall write a book, about my adventures.”

Hey guys! I just got finished reading Flip Flap Floodle by Joan Y. Edwards, a sweet little children’s story for reading aloud to preschool/nursery age kids. It features a little duck who plays a flute, which is a pretty cute idea for a protagonist. The little duck meets many different kinds of people along his journey to musical greatness: those who are too busy with their own song to pay attention to him, those who recognize his talent and encourage him–and those who eat him.

Wait, what?

Click here to read the rest of this rave review:

http://www.petrepan.blogspot.com/2016/10/flip-flap-floodle-new-classic-nursery.html

Thank you, Jen (Petre Pan) for giving Flip Flap Floodle a rave review! So glad that you enjoyed it! Thanks for being a long time follower!

Never Give Up

Joan

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4 Responses

  1. What a great review! I’m so glad I read it! Loved it!

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    • Dear Linda.
      Thank you for writing! Petre Pan’s review was delightful. Wasn’t it? It made me very happy!

      Never Give Up
      Joan

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  2. What a great review Joan!! So happy for you. ( I tried to comment on the actual Petre Pan blog, but I don’t think it went through.) Sending love and a hug ❤

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    • Dear Kathleen,
      Thank you for leaving a comment here and on Petre Pan’s blog! Thanks for saying it was a great review! Thanks for your love and hug! That felt good! Sending you a big hug and bunches of love back.

      Believe in You
      Never Give Up
      Joan

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