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Boris Has a Change of Heart: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories for Kids Ages 3-8 for Good Morals

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Boris is a 12 year old boy from Boston who has been sent to stay with his Grandparents in England for the Summer Holidays. Somewhat of a troublemaker at school, Boris has a surly and nasty personality that has been getting him in to trouble with his classmates and teachers.


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Boris is a 12 year old boy from Boston who has been sent to stay with his Grandparents in England for the Summer Holidays. Somewhat of a troublemaker at school, Boris has a surly and nasty personality that has been getting him in to trouble with his classmates and teachers.

8 review for Boris Has a Change of Heart: Children's Books and Bedtime Stories for Kids Ages 3-8 for Good Morals

  1. 4 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    I have won several of these Jupiter Kids/Speedy Publishing eBooks from the Member Giveaways on LibraryThing. They are sent to me, in exchange for an honest review, so I will talk a little about the story, instead of going on and on about the mistakes made in these. But, when reading these books, do be prepared to encounter a fair share of mistakes, including misspellings, lowercasing names, lack of punctuation, improper punctuation, and the useage of the wrong word (like "through" for "threw", I have won several of these Jupiter Kids/Speedy Publishing eBooks from the Member Giveaways on LibraryThing. They are sent to me, in exchange for an honest review, so I will talk a little about the story, instead of going on and on about the mistakes made in these. But, when reading these books, do be prepared to encounter a fair share of mistakes, including misspellings, lowercasing names, lack of punctuation, improper punctuation, and the useage of the wrong word (like "through" for "threw", as in "He through my books in the mud."). Looking past that, they usually are an *OK* story....nothing extra, but they do usually teach a lesson. ----------------------------------- Boris's story has him helping release fairies from a chess game that is controlled by a wizard. Also, his new friend, a little girl named Sam. He does, of course, win--releasing them from the game. And, he learns a life lesson.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    I noticed a couple of grammatical errors, but they were fairly minor. This is a fun book that shows the importance of being patient and taking the time to learn a new skill/hobby. Boris started off as a macho type of kid, but quickly has a change of heart when disaster strikes.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    This book has some good lessons about attitude and how you can change it as well as about being patient. Boris, while visiting his grandfather on an estate is bored until his grandfather teaches him chess. Boris does well at chess. The wizard who controls the chess board and pieces where the faeries and his friend are being held captive challenges Boris to a chess game to win their freedom. Is Boris able to win this most important chess game? The story unfolds quickly and smoothly, as the reader This book has some good lessons about attitude and how you can change it as well as about being patient. Boris, while visiting his grandfather on an estate is bored until his grandfather teaches him chess. Boris does well at chess. The wizard who controls the chess board and pieces where the faeries and his friend are being held captive challenges Boris to a chess game to win their freedom. Is Boris able to win this most important chess game? The story unfolds quickly and smoothly, as the reader learns how important it can be to remain patient and how events and actions can quickly change a boring day/trip into an exciting one, as long as the individual has an openness (or open attitude) for changes. I enjoyed reading the book, and plan to read it again with my young granddaughter. I think the message is clearly, nicely and well done in the book, and readers will all benefit from reading it. I highly recommend it. I received this from Library Thing to read and review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Linda Todd

    The kids liked this story they thought it was a good learning book about your behavier counts and that being patient can help you win at the end. So yes I would be delighted to recommend this story to my friends. with loves from wee me. xxxxxxx

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christina Browne

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Stewart

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  8. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

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