Thunderbird Children’s Books
“A light-hearted tale that will inspire young readers not to give up when the going gets tough. The illustrations have fun details that invite readers in for a closer look.”
“This is a very great story. Right from the start, you fall in love with Lucky. He indeed captures your heart. You will giggle as you see him learn to fetch, rollover and beg. The illustrations are great and really bring the little fellow to life. They capture the closeness between Lucky and his friend. Now, when tragedy strikes and Lucky is hit by a car, you do feel sad. But they don’t give up or consider life useless. Not in this story. Instead, children will learn that if an obstacle confronts them in life, there may be ways to still come out a winner: with a little hard work and love. A nice story with a great ending."
“Looking for a children’s story book that tackles disabilities and explains that being disabled is not the same as being unabled? LUCKY is a book that teaches young children that dogs are dogs, regardless of abilities or disabilities, and the lesson applies to people too. Written by Craig Inglis, with bright, amusing illustrations by Richard Kinsey. Lucky is a simple story that handily conveys an important message."
“Perseverance and effort create success. This children’s book is filled with good lessons. From the beginning, only loving acts and the products of effort are shown. Simple language and friendly pictures indicate that this book is meant for a young audience. Small readers from age’s two to seven will learn and love to read LUCKY. The colorful illustrations and short sentences will keep a child’s interest and encourage independent reading. Parents should read this book with their children and encourage them to be like Lucky and his master. This picture book deserves five out of five stars. An excellent message, good storyline and interest-capturing pictures merit recognition.”
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