Five year old Gabe runs away from home. While in the forest he meets Lep and Elita and climbs a rainbow. On top of the rainbow, he must make the decision to cross over to a land of delight or go back to his family that he loves.
Come and visit with Gabe, Lep and Elita as they discover the importance of family love.
©2014 K. Meador (P)2014 K. Meador
I would because this is such an adorable story. It's easy for kids to understand and escape into. There are magical characters that enter an adventure that is a whole lot of fun.
There are lessons to be learned and good ones. Not only that but this is a very entertaining fantasy.
Michaela James did a great job on all the characters. Simply precious!
It touched me deep down inside.
There is so much heart in this tale but with learnable lessons that are easy to take in. This teaches such good values which makes Gabe’s story especially endearing. This is a great book for a boy or a girl.
I definitely would recommend this book. Why? It is cute, it has great illustrations, it has a wonderful lesson, it teaches love, who wouldn't love this book?
I am so ready for my granddaughter to get older so we can read this book together.
Yes. Not just for children, these books are entertaining as they are informative and a delight to read.
When Gabe meets the Leprechaun named Lep who guards a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
This is my first experience listening to Michaaela James's work. She did an outstanding job bringing the characters to life.
I smiled frequently, laughing at some of Gabe's experiences - no spoilers here.
I also recommend the Spanish version of this title, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
The narrator did a great job changing her voice to depict different characters.
The underlying message of not running away from your problems.
She did a great job on all the characters but I love Lep's voice!
Yes and easily could too
This book is targeted to small children ages 4 - 7
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