Book Review: Lobo Goes to the Galapagos by C.L. Murphy

22961614Title: Lobo Goes to the Galapagos (The Adventures of Lovable Lobo)

Author: C.L. Murphy

Publication Date: August 27, 2014

Publisher: Peanut Butter Prose

Pages:32

Recommended Ages: 3 to 7

Summary:  Lobo returns in this adventure, sweeter and a bit salty this time. This lil’ wolf pup finds that there’s nothing like a little sea air to bring out the best in him and his unlikely tag-alongs. Take a trip to the Galapagos with Lobo and his right-hand raven, Roxy, as they help an injured, new feathered friend return home. Lobo faces some fears and witnesses the joy that comes from helping others in this “birds of a different feather DO flock together” tale.

Review:

I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.

Lobo Goes to the Galapagos is a cute and colorful book for young children. Lobo and Roxy help their new injured friend, Bobby, return home to the Galapagos. It’s quite an adventure. They even accept a ride from a shark, which was scary for Lobo but he decided to put his trust in her.

At the end of the book is a map showing where Galapagos is. I thought that was a great idea.

I highly recommend this book for young children.

 

About the Author

C.L.-Murphy-300x271While new to the children’s book writing and illustrating scene,C.L. Murphy (Cathy) has been doodling her way through life since she won a school wide poster contest in the third grade. She’s had the pleasure of working as an artist in residence, creating cartoons and painting murals with the children at local elementary schools. She adores the wonder and curiosity of young children.

She feels that creating picture books is something that she was destined to do, after years of filing away so many ideas, while raising her two sons. She is a member of SCBWI.

She lives amongst the wildlife in an enchanted forest in the beautiful Oregon wilderness with her husband and menagerie. She has always appreciated nature and animals have always played a major role in her life.  The inspiration for the Lovable Lobo character came from a wolf that she raised for over 14 years.

Check out her book series and discover that you, too, will find Lobo lovable.

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