Loblolly, Loblolly, You're So Tall Book Review

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Title: Loblolly, Loblolly, You’re So Tall

Author: Mommy Moo Moo

Pages: 19

Genre: Science/Children’s Book

Blurb: Loblolly pine trees fill Mommy Moo Moo's magical backyard. "Loblolly, Loblolly, you're so tall. You reach to the sky, up so high." These giant pines native to the American Southeast have never been so celebrated for their grace, their strength, and their beauty as in this enchanting picture book. Written in a lyrical style perfect for bedtime, "Loblolly, Loblolly, You're So Tall" captures the whimsy of a child's imagination and the majesty of the outdoors.

Rating: 5/5

Cover: A

Review: I received a copy of Loblolly, Loblolly, You're So Tall in exchange for a true and honest review. I give this children's novel 5/5 stars. The story is concise and well written. I am not an Arborist, so I had to look up what a Loblolly was, but that didn't take away from my score for the story. The story centers around Loblollies and their beauty. The writing prose is perfect for a children’s story. The drawings were so well drawn, and the best part of the book. The cover gets an A from The Writer’s Alley. The cover is very basic, but contains The story was entertaining, and I would recommend the book to school teachers and little children.