Nov 212012

The House That Wanted a FamilyThe House That Wanted a Family, by Susan Spence Daniel, is a very quiet and sweet book for children. The story, told from the perspective of an empty, lonely house teaches a bit of perseverance and patience while demonstrating the one ingredient that truly makes any house a home: family.

When I read this book, the first thing that came to mind was a coffee break. I know that makes no sense, but the story itself is peaceful. The illustrations are colorful and interesting, yet soft.  Children experience stress and anxiety, and like anyone else, sometimes they just need a break. Get your child and curl up with this story and it will feel like a nice, quiet coffee break.  

Art for children that inspires peace and tranquility while promoting the importance of family…I think it deserves at least four stars and a place on every child’s book shelf.

  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1462400817
  • ISBN-13: 978-1462400812

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Denise Mistich

Denise is an author as well as spiritual mentor to many people. She writes from her heart to help little ones find their way in life.
 November 21, 2012  Posted by at 5:32 pm Book Reviews Tagged with:  Add comments