I was able to interview the CEO of a new book publishing company in my latest post. In the interview, Jay talked about his new book. The new book is called Ricky The Rock That Couldn’t Roll. Today, I will be reviewing the children’s book that I helped market a few months back, Ricky The Rock That Couldn’t Roll. This is a new book for children that was just released by a newly found publishing company. I learned a lot my interview with Jay. In that post, I learned that if you put your heart into something, it can pay off well. You should also take the time to learn new things because you never know what you are good at.
Rock Hard First Impressions
My first impression of the book is the more basic color scheme it has throughout its pages. Most children’s books are bright and colorful all over the cover and inside the pages as well. This book has a white background with the important features in color making them stand out a lot more. That is a new take on an illustration for me, and I have to say that it paid off. I was drawn to the rock that has a headband. The colorful nature of the pebbles and rock friends alike allowed me to pay more attention to storyline.
More First Impressions
The book doesn’t have the typical font that is expected of children books, and I quite like the different fonts. Personally, I lean more toward the cursive or less rigid fonts. I feel that books should be fun and it’s far easier when the words seem to come alive. That allows a story to be told in a way that is remembered by those that read it. Children tend to have very well off imaginations that run wild. This book cute enough with a great story that they will love it. However, a true review needs more than one point of view, right? I also went on record to ask others what they thought of the book, and if they would buy it.
What Did My Mom Think?
I asked my mother her thoughts on the book. I asked if she would have read it to me and my sister when we were little. Granted, it wasn’t around back then. She thought that it was very noble of his friends to not give up on him. I was informed she liked how everyone pitched in to help Ricky The Rock and solve the problem. She also said that had this book been around when I was little she would have read it to me. I found that pretty cool. Her viewpoints on the illustrations were nearly the same as mine. She liked how everything was put together. Her overall thoughts were that the book was cute, and it had an interesting story to tell.
What Were My Sister’s Thoughts?
My sister also read the book. She is a teenager, and she would much rather read other books. She did have a nice thing to say about Ricky and his friends. The illustrations were found to be the best part of the book to her, though she did enjoy the story. Her taste in books is very different from this book. She did, however, rather enjoy the illustrations in the book. Her thoughts on the tale the book told were of the line that there is not a story like this one.
What’s The Story About Then?
The story is told by the rocks that hang out on the hill. They spend their days rolling down the hill while enjoying the company of their close friends. The main character is Ricky, and he has a disability that hinders him from having fun with his friends. Rather than his friends giving up on him, the rocks and pebbles band together to help him have fun just like them. There is a very colorful solution to the problem. The problem is overcome, and the story ends in a happy ending.
What Are The Overall Thoughts?
Overall the book was found to be enjoyable to read, and there was an all-around positive rating on the illustrations. I will be keeping this book around, and I will recommend it to anyone that could have a need for it. If you or anyone else you know would like to order the book, you can find it here on Amazon.