Third grader, Isabella, is back with a rave review on How to Get Married …by Me, the Bride written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Sue Heap. Today’s guest reviewer Isabella thoroughly enjoys reading. She is often up late at night reading with a little light be her side while the rest of the house is quiet and still! Isabella enjoys funny stories and mysteries. She also enjoys playing sports, drawing and arts and crafts.
This is a funny book about a little girl pretending to be a bride as she discusses and demonstrates the steps on how to get married. The main characters are a young girl and boy who plan their own pretend wedding. The little girl describes step-by-step who you should marry and who you should not marry. She talks about finding the “right” person to marry. Can you marry your teacher, your pet, your daddy? Who should come to the wedding? According to the bride-to be your friends and sisters, and pets and toys can even come to your wedding!
Join this little bride-to-be through her adventures of planning a wedding. You will be pleasantly surprised to see what happens in this hilarious story as a young girls’ imagination goes wild!
I enjoyed reading this funny book. I highly recommend that other young children with creative imaginations read this book. Plus, the illustrations are great!
Editor’s Note: This book is for ages 4-8 and is published by Schwartz and Wade, an imprint of Random House.