“will prove a popular addition to any school or community library picturebook collection”

Posted by on Jul 5, 2012 | 0 comments

“Based upon the sacred writings of ancient India, The Prince And The Polestar is the story of young Prince Dhruva, who wishes to rule a kingdom greater than his father’s. His determination takes him to the forest in search of Lord Narayan—the only one who can help him realize his desire. Young readers ages 6 to 12 will share in the exciting adventures Prince Dhruva encounters along the way with wild animals, saintly sages, severe austerities, and the eventual winning of a greater treasure than he ever imagined. Enhanced with her color illustrations, Kosa Ely’s able retelling of this entertaining and highly recommended tale will prove a popular addition to any school or community library picturebook collection.”

—James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review

 

I’m pleased to inform you that the March issue of “Children’s Bookwatch” features The Prince And The Polestar on page 5, column 2. This review has also been posted to the internet website :The School Page” for use

on their website for teachers and home schoolers; made available to the University of Wisconsin’s “Cooperative Children’s Book Center” for the benefit of Wisconsin school and community librarians; and forwarded for inclusion in Gale Research Company’s interactive CD-ROM series “Book Review Index” for school and public library systems. This review will be posted for five months on our Midwest Book Review website.

I look forward to your next title!

Sincerely,
James A. Cox
Editor-in-Chief

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