Whooo's Coming to Dinner?


Children - Animals
34 Pages
Reviewed on 09/14/2014
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Author Biography

Amy has been inspired to create art her entire life. She graduated from the University of South Florida in 1987 with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts. In 2002 Amy became interested in creating children's books. She was inspired to help her son and many other children diagnosed with Autism. In October 2011 she opened her first retail art gallery, Amy Sellers Art Gallery in Mount Dora, Florida.

She can still be found in her gallery creating realistic, impressionistic, or whimsical art for all to see. The Amy Sellers Art Gallery is located in The Renaissance Building at 411 N. Donnelly Street, Mount Dora, Florida.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Whooo's Coming to Dinner? by Amy Sellers is a delightful and charming collection of rhymes for kids that will introduce them to many new words, concepts and ideas in a very good way. The colorful characters, bright illustrations and sing-along CD that comes with the book will captivate children. In this book, Amy introduces kids to different food items like jelly beans, peas, spaghetti and also animals in a fun way that children will find appealing. The rhyming verses are lyrical and the illustrations make it an interactive and entertaining book for kids; the sing-along CD helps them sing the rhymes.

I would recommend this book for all kids as it is the perfect book for them to learn about new words, ideas, concepts and names of food items. It makes them look at these things in a different way and stimulates their thinking power. I found the illustrations bright and vivid and just the right type for children to get pulled into the book. 'Five Happy Olives' is really cute. It not only teaches kids about olives but also about the number five and fingers. All the rhymes teach kids something.

The book makes a good bedtime read and parents and grandparents can read it out to kids and grand kids. The sing-along CD is really helpful. The book also will make good read aloud material in children's libraries and classrooms. A perfect book for kids!