... I can only say I was transported to the beautiful world of The Caribbean ocean and the magic of ...
Paulino Davo reviewed Ti and the magical key: Where the sky is born (Black & White version) (Volume 2)
After being under Tis magical story I can only say I was transported to the beautiful world of The Caribbean ocean and the magic of relationship between nature and human kind We all have so much to learn and I give this book my thumbs up!!!!
This book continues Ti's search for the magical keys. Following the clues, his journey takes him to the place where the sky is born. He is not aware that Kukulkan - the god of the wind - and his allies are monitoring his progress...
With Ti and the Magical Key: Where the sky is born, Dana Popov continues the suspenseful story of a young boy ordered to search the magical key. Ti and his new friends are believable and lovingly described. It is a great story about friendship, suitable for children aged 6+. The story has a very pleasant flow, cute drawings assisting the plot line. Ti and the Magical Key: Where the sky is born is a very enjoyable read - not only for children.
What I especially liked is the Pronunciation Guide - a great service for readers who like to pronounce names (and/or words in general) correctly.
This is for you and/or your children if you like children's adventures and/or folk tales with a slightly educational touch.