Lizzy Stewart [Summary] The Way to Treasure Island – Book, Kindle or eBook



10 thoughts on “The Way to Treasure Island

  1. says:

    A sweet story of a girl and her Dad trying to find a treasure island and having a fun day together Matilda and her Dad are very different In fact in many ways they are the opposites so they don't always agree on how to do things Despite this they are best friends and have a lot of patience for each other They

  2. says:

    This is actually a fairly cute story But I really hope there's a Mom somewhere because Dad's a bit of a useless parent A great friend but I don't think I'd trust him to be the adult in most situationsMatilda and Dad set off on a treasure hunt one day They get into a boat which Dad proceeds to row in the most inefficient way possible you can see this on the cover and go in search of the treasure But Dad is kind of like

  3. says:

    The Way To Treasure Island is a bright and colourful picture book about accepting differences in personalities and enjoying the company of family It is an adventure story full of wonder and unexpected discoveriesMatilda is neat uiet

  4. says:

    thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me an eARC of this book in exchange for my honest review this is such a short yet really heart warming story about a small girl named Matilda in persuit to find some treasures in the Treasure Island she might be planning to go there all alone before her dad offered to accompany herthe best thing about children book is — the positive vibes it's a plus that this book

  5. says:

    Matilda and her dad have lots of differences They go on an adventure together to find treasure but Dad keeps getting distracted and soon they find themselves lost as Matilda gets and frustrated with her dad This humorous story with its vibrant illustrations is a great way to teach children that people can have fun together despite their differences

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    This is a cute book about what being precise gets you Matilda is very precise and her dad is not They are opposites but balance each other outMatilda thinks the destination is the reward and her father thinks it is the journeyWhat I especially like about the book is that they are both shown as being right Yes the father's way has rewards but so does Matilda's and that is when they realize that together is better than aloneThank

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    I received an arc from netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis is a story about how opposites even though they might not always get along or like doing the same things need each otherI liked The illustrations It is a nice message for kids to hear

  8. says:

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest reviewI was just mesmerised by this lovely colourful cover Plus I do love treasure so of course I had to reuest this book and read it Meet Matilda and her dad They are polar opposites

  9. says:

    I feel personally called out by The Way to Treasure Island and Lizzy Stewart and especially the dedication For curious Dads everywhere

  10. says:

    35 Sweet book showing the power of balancing out our personalities and how we work together well with those we super duper

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summary Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Lizzy Stewart

Matilda and her dad are very different Matilda is fast and Dad is slow Matilda is tidy and Dad is messy and Matilda is uiet and Dad is very very loud They're off to find treas. The Way To Treasure Island is a bright and colourful picture book about accepting differences in personalities and enjoying the company of family It is an adventure story full of wonder and unexpected discoveriesMatilda is neat uiet and likes to follow instructions Madilta s dad is messy noisy often distracted and makes things up as he goes They love to spend time together even through they are very different When Matilda and her dad set out on a treasure hunt Matilda wants to follow her map while her dad gets them lost and keeps getting distracted Matilda s not sure they ll ever find the treasure But as they journey Matilda and her dad will find they can learn a lot from each other Bright pencil and watercolour images bring this story to life With full page spreads and other pages divided into smaller segments Matilda and her father s journey is carefully laid out With a turn of a page underwater wonderlands and tropical island hideaways are revealed as Matilda and her dad discover unexpected surprises on their journeyMatilda is impatience with her dad and his propensity for getting lost or distracted I loved Matilda s expressions of determination map clenched tightly in her fist and frustration hands on hips and narrowed glare as her dad gets them into all sorts of trouble But he also shows her the most wonderful things like short cuts underwater creatures and rocks that are actually ginormous whalesMatilda and her dad separate on their journey While her dad gets lost without her Matilda finds out that being on time and following the map really really closely can get boring Yet both Matilda and her dad find the treasure As they are leaving the treasure and heading home each make a comment to convey their growth Matilda happy to take a short cut while her dad eager for her to follow the map straight home The message of this story is not that one way or the other is better but that the most fun is had together and that both ways are eually important It s a special message for young readers and one that is conveyed gently And the treasure itself Well that s pretty special too The Way To Treasure Island is a bright and delightful picture book adults will love just as much as young readers With its message of accepting differences and enjoying time spent in each other s company it s a special book perfect for reading with that special someoneThe publishers provided an advanced readers copy of this book for reviewing purposes All opinions are my ownFind reviews reading age guides content advisory and recommendations on my blog Madison s Library Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic revealed as Matilda and her dad discover unexpected surprises on their journeyMatilda is impatience with her dad and his propensity for getting lost or distracted I loved Matilda s expressions of determination map clenched tightly in her fist and frustration hands on hips and narrowed glare as her dad gets them into all sorts of trouble But he also shows her the most wonderful things like short cuts underwater creatures and A Daddy for Christmas really Banned in Britain really closely can get boring Yet both Matilda and her dad find the treasure As they are leaving the treasure and heading home each make a comment to convey their growth Matilda happy to take a short cut while her dad eager for her to follow the map straight home The message of this story is not that one way or the other is better but that the most fun is had together and that both ways are eually important It s a special message for young Hour of the Beast readers and one that is conveyed gently And the treasure itself Well that s pretty special too The Way To Treasure Island is a bright and delightful picture book adults will love just as much as young Dictionary Of Dreams readers With its message of accepting differences and enjoying time spent in each other s company it s a special book perfect for The Love of a Latino reading with that special someoneThe publishers provided an advanced Other Days, Other Eyes readers copy of this book for Deception Island reviewing purposes All opinions are my ownFind The Family reviews The First Partition of Poland reading age guides content advisory and The Hero of Varay recommendations on my blog Madison s Library

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The Way to Treasure Island

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summary Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Lizzy Stewart

Ory teaches children that even though people are different they can still have fun together By the author of the best selling There's a Tiger in the Garden and Juniper Jupiter. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest reviewI was just mesmerised by this lovely colourful cover Plus I do love treasure so of course I had to reuest this book and read it Meet Matilda and her dad They are polar opposites Matilda is serious and follows maps perfectly her dad gets distracted easily and would rather take a longer route if that means interesting things We see the two of them go on adventure when a map is found During that journey both of them will find out that despite being polar opposites they need each other to make things work Plus with her dad noticing all the things a skill I also have the journey came way adventurous and interestingI wasn t a fan of Matilda during a big part of the book I do love serious characters but she took things a bit TOO serious A treasure hunt is meant to be enjoyed Not something you need to do as if it is a lesson from school It is a good thing her dad was there otherwise she would have had a terribly boring trip and I wouldn t have read the book I did think it was hilarious that the kid was acting as the adult while the dad was often acting as the kid I do hope that both of them learn to appreciate each others skills that they will cooperate better next time there is a treasure hunt At the ending we already saw a glimpse of it so I have high hopes for their next adventuresThe art was pretty nice I do like how the characters were drawn and it was also great fun seeing those big spreads though they don t entirely work on a pc on which I can only see one half of the page each time All in all a fun book about two different characters a treasure hunt and appreciating each other s personalities Review first posted at