Can a friendly traveler from the Far East restore a brilliant forest in one week?
Welcome to one of the November 13th stops on the blog tour for The King Who Lost His Colors by Glen Liset with Goddess Fish Promotions. Be sure to follow the rest of the tour for more reviews and a giveaway! More on that at the end of this post.
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About the Book
The King Who Lost His Colors
by Glen Liset
Published 23 Mach 2023
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Page Count: 36
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Can a friendly traveler from the Far East restore a brilliant forest in one week? King Daniel lives in one of the most beautiful areas in all of Northern Europe, but tragedy has struck and no one in the kingdom of Colorwood knows how to cheer up the saddened king. The King Who Lost His Colors will take you on a trip back in time to a place where the simplicity of nature’s beauty is able to entertain a kingdom.
My Rating: 5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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I was granted complimentary access to The King Who Lost His Colors as part of my participation in a blog tour for this title with Goddess Fish Promotions. Thank you to all involved for affording me this opportunity. My thoughts are my own and my review is honest.
The King Who Lost His Colors is the story of a king named Daniel and his beautiful kingdom called Color Wood. Color Wood is full of, as its name suggests, forests full of lush and diverse colour palettes, embellished with flower gardens, and brought to life with beautiful birds. King Daniel and his subjects love their colourful world, but one day a 2-day storm kept everyone indoors and destroyed all of the kingdom’s colorful blossoms and foliage. Can anything cheer up the king or restore the kingdom’s natural beauty?
This is a cute story about finding beauty and good things in dark times, appreciating nature, and the healing power of time. This is a great storytime or read-along book for kids of all ages, and I think families who love nature will particularly enjoy this story. It may also be a good comfort story for kids who live in areas prone to nature-destroying storms, as it reminds us that nature persists no matter what, just on its own time.
The illustrations are beautiful and I like the different colours chosen to back the text on each spread. This book is full of autum leaf beauty!
About the Author
Glen Liset is a former advertising executive with 35 years of experience in direct-mail, newspaper and email marketing. He was one of the owners of Super Coups, a cooperative direct-mail advertising franchise that Success Magazine rated as one of the top 100 franchises in North America in 1994. He was the founder and owner of Coastal Coupons, the vice president of Griffin Connect email marketing and a portfolio account manager for The Cape Cod Times. He is the father of four children and has told many bedtime stories.
Glen Liset will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.a Rafflecopter giveaway
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