Monday, July 22, 2013

Tilda Pinkerton's Magical Hats by Angela Sheldon Book Review

Publisher: Quiet Owl Books  April 1, 2013)
Category: Children’s Literature/Fantasy/Magic
Tour Date: July- Early August, 2013
Available in: eBook and Print,  196  Pages, including a 344 Word Glossary
Illustrated by James Murry
Eleven-year-old Madison Mae and her younger brother, Albert, want to help save the family farm during troubled times. When a mysterious Magical Hat Shop appears by their grandpa’s red tractor mailbox, the children meet Tilda Pinkerton who presents them with one-of-a-kind hats, causing new ideas and talents to suddenly burst forth. As a flood of harm comes rushing towards the farm, Tilda Pinkerton teaches the children how they can accomplish much more than anyone ever imagined.
Increase your child’s vocabulary, self esteem and awareness of social issues, while they enjoy a great story!  Tilda Pinkeron’s Magical Hats does it all. Grades K1-4.


Tilda  Pinkerton's  Magical Hats  is the first in  a series of chapter books for grades K1-4 . At my first glance  of this book I find a colorful and Imaginative cover .Upon opening it I find pages my kids can color through out the book and a encouraging activity for children to do after reading each chapter the book is also equipped with a glossary at the back.

The Stories themselves were very entertaining for both my 4 year old and 8 year old.they also really enjoyed that they were actually allowed to color in a story book in a way making it there own .I like that my older child can also learn new words with the meanings easy to find.I and my children look forward too reading more from Angela Sheldon 

About Angela Shelton:Angela Shelton
Angela Shelton is an author, actor, blogger and public speaker. She has been writing since she was eight years old. Her first novel was adapted into the movie Tumbleweeds. Angela won a regional Emmy award for her portrayal of Safe Side Superchick in The Safe Side video series created by Baby Einstein’s Julie Clark and America’s Most Wanted’s John Walsh. After living in Los Angeles for over a decade, Angela left the big city for a one-light country town to marry her first love and fulfill her dream of writing books in a barn house.
Find out how Angela has incorporated the character of Tilda Pinkerton into an entire line of book projects, each geared towards a different age group at
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1 comment:

  1. I'm so glad your children and yourself enjoyed Tilda Pinkerton's Magical Hats so much!