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Book Review: Pug with a Passport by Marie Story

Book Review: Pug with a Passport by Marie Story

It's Book Review Wednesday, and for all the parents with young children (between 1 and 6 years old), I have a treat. This children's book is both adorable and entertaining--check it out…

Pug with a Passport

Jump into this exciting kids' travel guide series with Kipling, the Pug with a Passport! Cover Ride along with Kip as he takes his first trip away from home. Learn with him as he discovers the many countries and cultures of the world. Explore with Kip as he takes his first airplane ride and makes new friends along the way. Tag along as he tastes new foods, learns new words, and tries new things!

My Review: 4.5 Stars

I LOVED the artwork in this book. The pug was adorable, the pages were bright and colorful, and it was definitely a book that I could read to my kids (when they were younger). The artwork definitely earned a solid five stars. I had to drop half a star from the review because of the narrative of the book. I didn't understand if the purpose of the book was: - To show how to get a passport - To teach kids about flying - To show the joy of traveling - To get kids interested in visiting other countries The narrative was grammatically correct and well-written, but I didn't understand the main theme of the book beyond "travel". It touched on a lot of topics, and felt a bit too broad. That being said, the book was adorable and awesome!

About the Author

Marie Story is a professional content creator, but at heart, she is an artist. Her years of experience in graphic design, art direction, creative strategy, and visual communication have enabled her to create her new travel series for kids, Pug with a Passport, based on her own two adorable pugs. Find the book on Amazon: