Riley's Fab World

Friends With Wings

Children - Picture Book
27 Pages
Reviewed on 05/23/2017
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Author Biography

Debbie Dreamer is a mom turned author, who has been re-taught to see the world has her daughter Riley sees.

One day, not long ago, her daughter was 12 months old. Walking hand in hand, as little ones love to do, this young mom was encouraging Riley to "step faster" as they were running late for an appointment. They were just outside the building without a minute to spare, and Riley stopped dead in her tracks! Debbie, wanting to make it to their appointment on time, urgently encouraged Riley, "let’s go Riley, we are almost there". Riley, still frozen, resisting Debbie's gentle tug to move, slowly raised her left hand pointing her finger to a beautiful blooming flower that was at Riley's height. "Tee, Tee" Riley said. The word 'Tee' was Riley's word for pretty, and that was the very first time Riley had seen a beautiful flower, growing from the ground. No wonder Riley didn't want to move, she was busy soaking up the beauty God had placed along her path, just for her to see.

At that moment, Debbie's world had shifted to a reality only most dream about. Riley had given her mom the best gift any child could ever give, the ability to see the world only as children do.

Debbie Dreamer as been able to make children's books fun to read for both children and adults alike, while capturing the magic children so easily see.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Riley’s Fab World: Friends with Wings by Debbie Dreamer is an interactive storybook for children where they are introduced to Riley and her world. Riley wants to go out as it is a beautiful day. A wonderful thought of riding a butterfly comes to her mind and she is happy about it. She sees herself flying this way and that, as if she is searching for something wonderful, a place where dreams start. The view is spectacular and she likes the view of lotus flowers filled with itty-bitty fairies. She plays with the fairies and has a wonderful day.

The story is whimsical and filled with colors and magic that will enthrall and captivate children. The colorful illustrations take young readers into a world of fantasy where they get to dream and meet the fairies along with Riley. The story is creative and imaginative, good for bedtime story-telling and parents will love reading it out to their children and watching the expressions on their faces. Read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries will also become enchanting with this tale of Riley, her fabulous world, and her friends with wings. Books like this are good for children to ignite the spark of creativity and imagination that is inside them. Riley will take young readers with her into a world of fantasy and whimsy, and make them also dream about enchanting and magical things that surround them.