Mavis and Margot Join the Circus

Children - Animals
46 Pages
Reviewed on 05/12/2020
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Author Biography

Robyn Gonzalez made her writing debut with Mavis Gets a Sister, and has the new follow up book, Mavis and Margot Join the Circus.

Living with Mavis and Margot’s crazy antics every day, she wants to share their silliness with others. The sisters seem to bring a smile to everyone they meet, young and old. Sharing their stories will help spread that joy to a bigger audience.

When not writing about her crazy corgis, Robyn enjoys spending time with her daughter, traveling, true crime podcasts, hiking with said corgis, and listening to music (mostly 90’s rap). She does her best writing from the comfort of her tiny house, which she shares with the aforementioned, and an elderly wire-haired dachshund, named Daisy.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Let's meet Mavis and Margot in the story The Adventures of Mavis and Margot: Mavis and Margot Join the Circus! by Robyn Gonzalez. Mavis loved playing frisbee even when she was tired and one day her mom threw the frisbee so high up in the sky that it passed a lion and a bear. Mavis was surrounded by a circus with colors, sights, and sounds, animals, clowns, and the tightrope. She looked up and saw her sister Margot walking on the tightrope without any fear. The spotlight suddenly shone on Mavis and she knew it was time to show off her acting skills and dancing. The ringmaster threw the frisbee high up in the air and it was her chance to jump high. She soared along with the frisbee and it landed between her teeth. Mavis also did a flip and Margot reached out and grabbed her paw. The audience got up from their seats and threw flowers. Then they both bowed to the audience. Were the two corgi sisters dreaming or was it real? Let us read the story to find out.

This magical adventure will bring a smile to the faces of young readers and make them want to visit a circus soon. Kate Fallahee's lively and colorful illustrations make the story enchanting and breathe life into the scenes and the characters. Mavis will make readers dream, imagine, and be brave, and give them the courage to try out new things. The Adventures of Mavis and Margot: Mavis and Margot Join the Circus! by Robyn Gonzalez has adventure, action, and magic, and readers will find themselves glued to it till the very end. It will encourage youngsters to take part in new adventures. Parents and tutors will find the book useful when it comes to storytelling and the message at the end is inspiring and will help readers to have faith in themselves and in the Lord. Storybooks with a message are always good for children because the concepts, ideas, and messages can be easily understood and put to practice when explained with the help of delightful characters and wonderful illustrations, just like this story of Mavis and Margot.