Wednesday, February 15, 2017


Squirrel Superhighway features a dog on a self-discovery mission who is surrounded by many graceful squirrels. This is a vocabulary booster in a series of feel-good stories for children of all ages and those who read with and to them. The story includes squirrels, more squirrels, even more squirrels, and a dog who wants to be a squirrel!

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Meet the Author:
Anna C. Morrison is an author of children’s books, including Silly Moments and Green Gooey Goop, with many more to follow.  She is also an adjunct professor for multiple colleges and universities, both face-to-face and online.  While she instructs various levels of English composition, she also teaches classes on literature, film, feature writing, and technical writing, among others.  In addition, she has worked with Adapt Courseware as a writing consultant on three video course projects, including college skills and composition.  Anna received her MFA in Writing from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky, and her BA in English, Creative Writing, from California State University, San Bernardino.  Anna is an active member of SCBWI and is available for book signings.  She lives in Southern California with her family and pets.

My Take:
This book is a short cute tale of a dog who loves to watch squirrels. It looks like they are having so much fun in the trees above bouncing back and forth collecting acorns that he wants to be a squirrel too. He tries his best, but isn't able to "fly" like them, so to fit in, he tries collecting a pile of acorns on the ground. All his barking disturbs the neighbors and his owner finally comes to get him. In the end... He decides it really is good to be a dog. 

I am sure kids, especially younger ones, will enjoy this book. I am sure they will be able to relate. It is well written and very colorfully illustrated with beautiful pictures and lots of detail. This story reminds me of how as a kid we dream of being something else... a super hero who can fly, an animal, or something other than what we are. In the end, what God created us to be, is always the best.

I was blessed with a free e-copy of this book courtesy of Pump Up Your Book and the Author. I was not required to review this book in a positive way and all opinions are my own. 

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