Lil Glimmer by Angela Muse

Lil Glimmer

By Angela Muse

Illustrated by James McCullough

38 pages – ages 2+ (ebook reviewed)

Published by CreateSpace October 31, 2009

Lil Glimmer wanted to play when the sun was still up in the sky, but his Mommy said that it’s time for little stars to sleep. Stars play at night and day-time is time for Lil Glimmer to go to bed. Lil Glimmer didn’t want to go to bed but he listened to his Mom and snuggled up in a cloud. When it got dark Mommy star woke Glimmer up and said it was time to play. Lil Glimmer played with the moon and rode a comet and realized his Mom was right, night-time is the best time for a little star.

 The Lil Glimmer story was very cute and the illustrations were simple but very nice. I especially liked Mommy Star and her lipstick and necklace 🙂

I think this book would be a great bed-time story book for any kid. There were not a lot of words on any page so a kid just learning to read would be able to read it for him or her self too. Parents and kids will enjoy Lil Glimmer!

Five out of Five bookworms for Lil Glimmer!

You can find “Lil Glimmer” at CreateSpace and Amazon. You can also purchase the book at Mr. McCullough’s website Porterlance Books.

Categories: Age 1-5

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17 replies

  1. This is such a nice way to introduce children to how our little piece of the universe works. (sun by day, moon by night) I like books that teach something valuable, too.
    Thanks, Erik. 🙂

  2. I am putting this on hold at our library. I hope they have it. It sounds like a fun way to talk about day and night and the Earth’s rotation.

  3. Erik, sounds like a very sweet bed time story! And, a good book for kids to learn to read by themselves. Simple with great illustrations is always great!

  4. A thoughtful and well explained review. You hit the essence of what 2+ like. Thanks.

  5. Sounds like a wonderful book. Thanks for sharing it, Erik!

  6. Oh this looks like a very cute bedtime story! 🙂


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