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Author Testimonial: Yvette Phillips, author of The Tale of Princess Alicia



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This is a beautiful way of showing that in order to be friends with someone you don't have to be the same. Being different is what makes each person special. What a boring world this would be if we were all that same.

Yvette Phillips

New York


I picked this up at a book fair and my son absolutely love it. I can't wait to get others on the series.

Ms. Sonji

Hartford, CT


Totally worth the money and this book is filled with fun little things for kids to do and packed with exquisite artwork. There’s something exciting to either complete a puzzle, draw or color on every page. What I immediately love about this book is that my little one could color the animals and characters in the The Tale of Princess Alicia and bring each scenarios to life. This book will for sure keep your kids engaged/ busy especially during the holidays and through this quarantine.

Donnette Duncan

Bronx, NY


Children will enjoy the bright illustrations. It would be most beneficial if teachers would discuss this book in their classrooms because it addresses so many different areas. For example, young readers will see that it's okay to have a different religion than others.

Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

North Carolina


Olivia Travels by Melissa-Sue John is a rhyming book about all the different modes of transportation. She even covers some very unexpected ones but you will have to get the book to find out. The images are very cute and help describe the mode of travel. This book is great for children 3-6 years old.

Cindy Freland

Bowie, Maryland


I love the vulnerability of the characters. It confront possible insecurities, owning what may be seen as odd, but instead it encourages the reader to own it, own your unique design.

Dalton Richards

New York


Olivia Travels: A Guide to Modes of Transportation is both fun and educational. It not only teaches children about different ways that people travel but also helps them to increase their vocabulary. The colorful images by youth illustrator Niquey are quite cute and enable youngsters to visualize each mode of travel. And they will enjoy telling which types of transportation they have seen or been on before, and which ones they would like to ride someday. Other books in the series include Olivia Lauren’s Occupations A to Z: A Children’s Guide to Jobs and Careers (Volume 1); Olivia Lauren’s Guide to Becoming an Actor (Volume 2); Olivia Connects: A Guide to Modes of Communication (Volume 4); and Olivia Lauren’s A Guide to Things We Wear (Volume 5).

Wayne Walker

Salem, IL