Review: Mikka’s Imagination – win a signed copy

The fairy princess has invited Mikka and her friends to her party but what gift shall they bring for her? After some consideration, Mikka and her friends decide to create a poem for the fairy princess and need to find the perfect rhymes for their poem. Their journey through the world of Mikka’s imagination leads them to consult the Wise Scarecrow and learn more about the importance of teamwork.

Review - Mikka's Imagination - plus giveaway to win a signed copy - Little Hearts, Big Love

I loved the seamless transition from the “real world” where Mikka reads the letter to her friends on the farm, into the world of her imagination. It isn’t until towards the end of the book that the reader is recalled back to reality as Mikka is called in for her lunch and her imaginary world fades away.

Review - Mikka's Imagination - plus giveaway to win a signed copy - Little Hearts, Big Love

Whilst I enjoyed reading this book to the girls, and they both loved the gorgeous illustrations, it was a little wordy for them to keep their attention focused right to the end of the story when reading it in one go. Jessica almost managed it but became restless and fidgety a couple of pages before the end. At only just four, she doesn’t quite have the attention span needed to cope with the length just yet.

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Overall this is a lovely book and one which I think my girls will enjoy very much when they are a little bit older, especially as they both love fairies and princess. I have a signed copy of the book to give away to one of my lucky readers and you can enter by filling in the Gleam form below. The competition is open to UK entrants and ends on 31st October 2015 at 11.59PM. Good luck!

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Mikka’s Imagination – win a signed copy

85 thoughts on “Review: Mikka’s Imagination – win a signed copy

  1. Lovely Book – my Daughter would love it 🙂 I would give the Fairy Queen a Lucky Charm x

  2. This sounds like a lovely story, I love the illustrations they are so sweet. I love the idea of them giving the fairy princess a poem.
    I would say that Boo would probably give a heart shaped cookie as we have been baking today and when I asked her what she wanted to make she said ‘heart to daddy, heart to mummy, heart to grandma, (long story short – we made everyone a heart).

  3. That’s such a lovely review of Mikka’s Imagination, sweetie. We also love the book at home, and we can’t wait to see what Mikka and her friends will be up to for Christmas. I love that photos of you and the girls 🙂 xx

    1. Thanks Mel – the girls loved the pictures. Glad your children are enjoying the book too 🙂

  4. You can never go wrong with flowers, chocolate or jewellery for a woman, even a fairy woman.

  5. A big box of chocolates, because I am firmly of the opinion you can never go wrong with chocolate!

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