About the Book
Melissa Blowfish likes to brag that she can swim the fastest, climb the highest, and has the best of everything. Corey finds her crying in the sand box with her broken shovel, the only toy she really had. They all chip in treasure coins for her birthday present. Melissa prays, giving thanks to God for her friends, and learns they are more important than all the toys in the sea.
Lee Ann Mancini and Dan Sharp have created an underwater world that explodes with color, drawing the children into the captivating story.“
About the Author
Lee Ann Mancini is the creator of the Adventures of the Sea Kids Series and holds a Bachelor of Religious Studies form Regent University, A Master of Biblical and Theological Studies from Knox Theological Seminary and a Master of Christian Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She is also an Adjunct Professor at South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary. Lee Ann is a wife and mother of two who has devoted her live as a servant for her Christ and she attends Spanish River Christian Church in Boca Raton, Florida. Part of the proceeds after costs will be donated to fund Christian charities that minister the needs of children.
About the Illustrator
Dan Sharp is an artist with over thirty years experience illustrating for children. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Michigan State University and has illustrated many children’s books. He has specialized in the creation of licensed artwork designs for Disney, Warner Brothers, American Greetings and many other licensors of popular character properties as well. Dan loves the Lord and attends Calvary Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
uilding furniture and acoustic instruments. He attends Calvary Undenominational Church and volunteers for Habitat for Humanity.
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In the second book in the Sea Kids Adventures, What a Bragger!, author Lee Ann Mancini and illustrator Dan Sharp have come together and created yet another beautiful and brightly colored book that kids will absolutely love! Filled with excellently detailed and brightly colored pictures, this story teaches children that sometimes there is more going on with a person who is being mean than what it seems on the surface. It also teaches kids to be kind no matter what. Parents and teachers will enjoy using this story to help children see and come to understand these easily relatable, real-life examples of how to treat others. This book, as well as the first book in the series, are great teaching tools to help children understand principles and do and become better people.
Series: Sea Kids Adventure Books
Genre: children’s fiction
Literary awards: Readers’ Favorite Illustrator Award; Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist
Publisher: BLM Publishing
Publication date: March 1, 2015
Number of pages: 32
Grade level: pre-preschool+
Other books in the series:
3-I’m Not Afraid (coming in 2016)
Content Ratin: G
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Book Crash.
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