Cart

Childrens Books: The Enchanted Hat PDF, ePub eBook


Hot Best Seller
Title: Childrens Books: The Enchanted Hat
Author: Mary Sue
Publisher: Published December 26th 2015
ISBN: null
Status : FREE Rating :
4.6 out of 5

28374606-childrens-books.pdf

In order to read or download eBook, you need to create FREE account.
eBook available in PDF, ePub, MOBI and Kindle versions


reward
How to download?
FREE registration for 1 month TRIAL Account.
DOWNLOAD as many books as you like (Personal use).
CANCEL the membership at ANY TIME if not satisfied.
Join Over 150.000 Happy Readers.


What if you could travel through space and time... David is an ordinary boy, with an an EXTRA-ordinary hat! A hat that can take him to places, well beyond his wildest dreams! Sail on a pirate ship, dance with wild animals, go on adventurous, heart throbbing expeditions... it's all possible with the magic hat! Hold on tight, because you are about to go on an EPIC adventure What if you could travel through space and time... David is an ordinary boy, with an an EXTRA-ordinary hat! A hat that can take him to places, well beyond his wildest dreams! Sail on a pirate ship, dance with wild animals, go on adventurous, heart throbbing expeditions... it's all possible with the magic hat! Hold on tight, because you are about to go on an EPIC adventure! Are you ready... let's begin!

30 review for Childrens Books: The Enchanted Hat

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gabyrella

    Fun and a boy's magic hat! I enjoyed this tale! It was creative and the boy was very real and true to form. Good construction of a young man's imagination. I would read this aloud Tony grandchildren when they come to stay with us.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    Childrens Books: The Enchanted Hat by Mary Sue is a cute tale of a boy that finds a hat that once he puts it one, he goes places and does things he only has dreamed of. A magic hat. I got a bit bored at times but I don't know if kids would or not, hard to tell with kids. Some kids like some things and not others. It was very clever but long winded in some areas. I idea was cute and so was the characters.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael Troy

    Epic It is a great book recommended for everyone and its full of fun really really good I read it every day

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wanda Hartzenberg

    One of the best children books I have read in a long, long time.

  5. 5 out of 5

    A. Hunt

    What would you do with an enchanted hat? A hat that, randomly changes shape to show function. Would you put it on? Would you see where the hat takes you? That's what David does. A keeper of all things, he happens across a hat that changes his life forever! David is a collector. Whether a leaf, a rock, baseball cards- anything, he will find a place in his room for it and add to it as days, months and years go by. It's driven his parents into debates, but he refuses to stop. One day he happens upon What would you do with an enchanted hat? A hat that, randomly changes shape to show function. Would you put it on? Would you see where the hat takes you? That's what David does. A keeper of all things, he happens across a hat that changes his life forever! David is a collector. Whether a leaf, a rock, baseball cards- anything, he will find a place in his room for it and add to it as days, months and years go by. It's driven his parents into debates, but he refuses to stop. One day he happens upon a hat, stuck in the upper branches of a tree. But it's no ordinary hat. It fluidly changes. One second it's a clown's hat, the next a yellow hard hat. Once in David's clutches, he's sent on adventures that would make any collector's day! The Enchanted Hat is an enigma. I liked the book, but found two things wrong with hit. First, the cover, to me represented a childish tale. It said: I'm about a little boy who just wants to have fun and wear... well, hats! I also thought it was going to be a picture book. The actual story let me know my 12 1/2 year old could have read it. It's strange, but still very likable. The second thing I found wrong was, for a children's book, it's very wordy. It's over one hundred pages long, but could easily have been shared around fifty or so. It was in the fine detailing of David's thoughts; they could have been shortened a great deal, making the perfect read. Other than that, David going from rockstar to constructionist and even a scientist on safari was fun. It's what makes children's books amazing and enjoyable. I do suggest that if you chose this book, give it to your nine, ten year old instead of six or seven year old. There are no photos and a lot of conversations and words anyone younger may not have knowledge of. ( www.areneehunt.com) Cheers! I'm off to the next read! The Enchanted Hat John Ulutunu Amazon Digital Services, Dec. 2015 102 pages Young Readers Adventure, Fantasy, Pirates

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mandar

    Good book .. enchanting and adventerous ..extends imagination to dreams..wonderfully scripted ..A good book to be read by childrens..Happy reading ..Thank you .

  7. 4 out of 5

    McClaren test1

    Rereading? Now you can track all the times you have read a book. Make sure to fill in the year finished to have it added to your Reading Challenge!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Eileen Carter

    Not worth reading This book is meant to be for children in elementary school as an easier chapter book. However, I found the first few chapters to be interesting but quickly the book lost it's charm and interest. I found it very difficult to force myself to finish this book. I would not recommend this book because I really feel children will become bored.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Deacon Yeager

    This is an adventure where each new hat takes us to a new story. If he puts on a baseball hat, he's in a story about baseball, a safari hat and he's in a jungle adventure. Pretty soon, there is a girl doing pretty much the same thing, and he doesn't like it very much. At the end, they become friends.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vijay V

    A nice and simple adventurous book for kids Kids would be more than happy to be part of this book and imagine themselves as David and Marjorie. The story is told in a simple yet interesting way.

  11. 4 out of 5

    R K Verma

    Nice I love this book . I'm waiting for a picture book of this so that I can see the characters of this book. I will tell my sister Aarohi & my friend Diksha to read this amazing book

  12. 5 out of 5

    Destiny muhumuza

    Fine Never get bored I love to read comics most but I felt like in the story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lacy

    My 9-year-old daughter really enjoyed this book. Her comment: It's a really good book!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Rutan

    Smart, funny book. This book teaches you the importance and joy of friendship as well as imagination. It's smart and funny while still being able to reach children.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Noirfifre

    What a delightful adventure with a hat and two children. I love the part where he went to his great grandfather antique shop.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Roy

    This is a really clever story. I appreciate the whole premise, as this is something I would have loved to dream of as a child. However, it is often hard to imagine that the wording is what a little boy would use, it often sounds more like an adult. Also, there are many spelling and grammar errors.

  17. 5 out of 5

    drew

    A fun read This is a fun book I enjoyed reading it to my children. I would have given it a five star rating if it didn't have so many typos. This book is good for the imagination!

  18. 4 out of 5

    jennifer

    Good book First chapter book my son read. He is not a big reader, but he seemed to like this one a lot.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Maxwell

    Two Thumbs Up! Too cute! My 3 year old and I read this as a bedtime story and he loved it. Read it!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shea O'neil

    My 7 year old and I loved it! I just moved reading this book, a few pages at a time before bed, to my 7 year old. We were both entertained and enjoyed every part!

  21. 4 out of 5

    M.J. Joachim

    It was with a big sense of encouragement that I engaged in the reading of The Enchanted Hat by Mary Sue, and up until about 25% of the way into it, I wasn’t disappointed at all. That’s when the book decidedly fell apart, because it seems like the author didn’t feel the need to proofread and edit beyond this point. The story itself was likable enough, framed in a rough outline sort of way. This was a story, not an outline, but you could picture the outline in the background if you tried. It’s not It was with a big sense of encouragement that I engaged in the reading of The Enchanted Hat by Mary Sue, and up until about 25% of the way into it, I wasn’t disappointed at all. That’s when the book decidedly fell apart, because it seems like the author didn’t feel the need to proofread and edit beyond this point. The story itself was likable enough, framed in a rough outline sort of way. This was a story, not an outline, but you could picture the outline in the background if you tried. It’s not easy giving a less than stellar review to indie authors, but it’s the only way the best will rise to the top. If you’d like to read my full review, where I share a lot more thoughts about this book, you can find it here http://mjjoachim.blogspot.com/2016/04...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gillian Barto

    1. None 2. 2nd grade 3. This book is about a boy who collects hats. This boy goes on many adventures when he finds this magical hat. This book has no pictures and is a chapter book. 4. I believe this book was wonderful but I do wish there were pictures. There doesn’t need to be full page pictures but even little drawings to help children picture it as they read. The story is good and able to be understood by younger children. 5. The students could be learning about magic and they can read this book 1. None 2. 2nd grade 3. This book is about a boy who collects hats. This boy goes on many adventures when he finds this magical hat. This book has no pictures and is a chapter book. 4. I believe this book was wonderful but I do wish there were pictures. There doesn’t need to be full page pictures but even little drawings to help children picture it as they read. The story is good and able to be understood by younger children. 5. The students could be learning about magic and they can read this book for ideas. They may also make their own magic hat that brings them places.

  23. 4 out of 5

    michael

    Fantastic Children's Book! My children (8 & 10) loved this book! It's a fun read aloud for bedtime and is so well-written that it can keep parents interested too. Well worth reading. ☺

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Fantastic Both myself and my 7 year old son loved this book... my son listened with his mouth wide open for every page eager for more ... fantastic!!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Don Henwood

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kishore

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chico

  28. 4 out of 5

    Linda Thomas

  29. 4 out of 5

    micheal and oliver's

  30. 5 out of 5

    sanjay Verma

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

In order to read or download eBook, you need to create FREE account.
eBook available in PDF, ePub, MOBI and Kindle versions



Loading...