• Luna's Story: How I Became a Princess

  • By: Holly Vazquez
  • Narrated by: Lynn Carnefix
  • Length: 11 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Luna's Story: How I Became a Princess

By: Holly Vazquez
Narrated by: Lynn Carnefix
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Publisher's Summary

Children are born with the sweetest innocence in the sense that everyone is the same. As they begin to grow, society begins to change their perspective on the category in which they fall. As adults, we try to help them understand that being different is okay. However, as we turn on the television, it is hard to hide them from these labels. In this audiobook, Luna, a real dog, tells her story of how she has found where and how she belongs.

In this story, I share how she and I found each other, the obstacles she faced on this journey, and the fears that she may have felt as her role changed. All categories of people who read this story will be able to relate, understand, and smile knowing that they are not alone in this world.

©2017 Holly Vazquez (P)2017 Holly Vazquez

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A lovely sweet story.

People of all ages will relate to this delicious heartwarming story.It is not just for children its lessons are useful to people in every Demographic.

The Narrator did a great job in reaching the audience,it is much more effective as a Audio Book.



This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Beautiful story..

Being different is not a hindrance that should ever hold you back. Embrace your differences and know you are special. What a great message for kids of all ages. I thoroughly enjoyed this well animated narration and sweet book. I was given this free audio book at my request and have voluntarily decided to leave this review.

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Lordy Mercy

So I got this book along with several other children's books for my granddaughter. At 5 years old she likes to hear a bedtime story before going to sleep. I thought this book would be excellent for her because the moral of the story is that it is okay to be different. Well she wasn't too thrilled with this one. The story line is actually really good and I personally thought the book taught a very good lesson.

However, the overwhelming Southern Drawl and high pitched voice of the narrator was more than a five year old wants to hear when trying to go to bed. I have to agree.

5 stars for the storyline.
3 starts for the performance.

I was given this free review copy and have decided to leave a review.

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Cute

An interesting book for youth about disabilities, being different, and being accepted.
Narrator wasn’t warm and cozy for this book.

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  • RB
  • 07-22-18

Cutesy

This story seems to be written for preschool age children. It's a telling of the adventures of a little dog, written from it's perspective.

I was given this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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Experience the adoption of a three-legged dog

Ever want to crawl inside the head of a three-legged dog waiting to be adopted? Here is your chance. This looks to be the first installment of a series of stories about a dog who is different and a little self-conscious, but who manages to be found by someone who will love her. A tale as old as time!

A charming narrator with a southern drawl. My northern ears had to speed up the playback and it still sounded like I was in a formal dining room in South Alabama talking to real southern belle about her experience as a three-legged dog.

Fun beginning to a story.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Being broken doesn't keep you from being loved

The basic premise of this short story is that having disabilities doesn't keep you from being loved. It's a cute and sometimes heart wrenching story about Luna's road to being adopted.

Lynn Carnefix pronounces all the words clearly, although I'm personally not a fan of how high pitched her Luna voice is, it's a minor gripe that doesn't ruin the story.

**I was provided with a free promotional copy, at my request, and have voluntarily left a fair and honest review"

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Unexpectedly meaningful

I requested a copy of this book expecting some cutesy disposable story to keep my kids happy in the car. I mean, come on, it's about becoming a princess and has a picture of dogs. My best case scenario was happy kids and me not toooo annoyed.

What I got was wholly unexpected.

I'm so pleased that this book exists. One of my children also has an extreme and obvious physical difference so I very much have a dog in this fight (pun intended). I'm looking forward to sharing Luna's story soon with my kids.

As an added bonus, the friendly deep southern narration was delightful.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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very good

Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! good overall

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  • 09-19-18

Nice Children's story

This is a very nice short story about a dog who loses a leg so feels different but is still accepted into a family and made to feel the ame as everyone else and loved despite her lost leg. The story is great to teach children that although they may look different they can still be accepted for who they are.