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Juliette & Ryo (Juliette & Ryo Storybook…

Juliette & Ryo (Juliette & Ryo Storybook Series) (Volume 1)

by Peter Philipp

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Juliette and her little brother Ryo are playing separately. Then, she begins to describe a very magical place to Ryo. When they nap, they both dream of the magical place Juliette has envisioned. Their first encounter is with Dusk, the Night Fairy. She tells them Dreamland needs their help. The Moon Fairy, Luna, is missing. Without her, the moon won’t shine. Once again, Juliette’s imagination comes in handy as she imagines where Luna could be. But, there are some dangers in Dreamland and Juliette and Ryo must be careful. When they get blocked in a cave, Ryo’s imagination comes to the rescue.

I like the colors in the illustrations. They’re bold and the hues are darker than most children’s books. The pictures are expressive to the point one could almost gather the story just by the illustrations. I think children would love this to see how using your imagination can lead to such a big adventure. Parents would have fun reading Juliette and Ryo to their children. Maybe they can use some of their imagination, too. Rating: 4 out of 5. ( )
  FictionZeal | Jun 13, 2015 |
Power of imagination!

This was an excellent children's book and I loved the story as it showed the importance of a child's imagination. The graphics were perfect for the story. The adventure of a magic forest and saving a moon fairy. Applause. ( )
  amyshan | May 26, 2015 |
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***Vivid, Full-Color Children's Picture Book***

Juliette and Ryo are sister and brother, as well as best friends.  One rainy afternoon, the two of them are playing indoors when they suddenly get drowsy and take a long nap.  

In their dreams, Juliette and Ryo find themselves in an enchanted forest. Can they rescue the Moon Fairy, evade the Sugar Dragon, and find their way home?

Give Your Child A Head Start in Life!

The Juliette & Ryo Storybook series is designed to enhance your child’s self-esteem, self-reliance and build positive social interactions.

Our mission is to help give your child a head start to make a successful transition from home to classroom.

Entertaining and Educational Storybooks From The Essential Library®

Juliette & Ryo is a storybook series developed by The Essential Library to help build reading, critical reasoning and socialization skills for young children. Since 2000, The Essential Library has been dedicated to publishing the best in both classic and contemporary novels, poetry and non-fiction. We delight, entertain and inform today’s readers.

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