This week I had the pleasure of reviewing an advanced copy of Jacqueline Leigh's Skedaddle.
As a recipient of the Moonbeam Children's Book Award, Jacqueline has done it again with Skedaddle, her third children's book.
This simple story of a young girl unable to fall asleep because of the antics of a squirrel in her attic is brought to wondrous life through Jacqueline's skilled story telling and Erika Wilson's whimsical art work. In a "nut shell," Skedaddle is pure delight!
With a story and illustrations appealing to children and adults of all ages, I found myself reading and re-reading Skedaddle all afternoon. I wish I was still a preschool teacher so that I could build a fun curriculum around this clever story!
The sweet and endearing message of Skedaddle is delivered with lightness, humor, and innocence. Skedaddle is one of those books that is sure to be pulled from the shelves over and over and over again to be treasured throughout the years.
I can't wait for you all to read it and love it as much as I do!
Skedaddle will be available for purchase on October 1, 2020. In the meantime, join Jacqueline for the Skedaddle Virtual Party over on Facebook for your opportunity to get your personalized and autographed copy of the new release.
Be sure to also Skedaddle on over to Jacqueline's website, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up to date on all of her projects.
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