Jack is a rabbit. Jack is a rabbit who loves to eat fruits and nuts. Jack the rabbit is different from other rabbits, and yet he is more similar to young readers and some adults who can easily identify with not liking lettuce and greenbeans and other vegetables. Meet Jack the rabbit who doesn't even like to eat carrots, but instead fancies 'ants on a log'!
Children's author Beryl Reichenberg, serves up a tasty treat to young readers in her new book Ants on a Log. Clearly if we mention anymore about the story, we'll be giving too much away! But we must say that the book finishes with humorous irony which even young readers will appreciate. At the core of Reichenberg's books is always a message or lesson. Parents will appreciate the life lessons taught in these books, plus they are fun to read.
The illustrations, done by Gini Griffin are befitting for the story - warm and kid friendly. Reichenberg is the author and illustrator of several children's books, most of which are illustrated with her drawings, photographs, and digital mixed media.
View our reviews on some of Reichenberg's books on our blog at http://www.dbrbooks.blogspot.com .
Listed below are some of her most recent children's books. Connect with the author on her website for more book details, http://www.berylreichenberg.com
Ants on a Log by Beryl Reichenberg
A children's story about Jack the Rabbit who won't eat vegetables until he eats Ants on a Log at school and finds it delicious. Gradually his mother persuades him that vegetables can be tasty.
Camouflage by Beryl Reichenberg
See if you can spot the animals in their natural habitat and learn how animals hide, protect and camouflage themselves in the wild.
The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake by Beryl Reichenberg
Watch Frieda Frog’s animals friends use clues to discover who took the missing birthday cake from her birthday party.