SARAH'S BLOG OF FUN: Safari Through The Land Of Landu Book Review

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Safari Through The Land Of Landu Book Review

Many children never grow up to be happy, healthy, content and successful human beings!
Look at the number of adults who are NOT prosperous! This is a result of unprosperous
children who wind up being unprosperous adults. But it doesn't have to be that way.
We can position children for prosperity from an early age by introducing them to a
prosperity consciousness that results into prosperous life.

In Safari Through the Land of Landu, Author Angela Karanja unfolds the simple-yet
profoundly valuable-Prosperity Principles through storytelling, poetry, rhymes, chants
and songs to enchant and educate the young reader.

Children will learn Prosperity Principles such as:

- To appreciate themselves as special, unique and capable.
- To be confident in their innate talents and help others.
- To establish WIN WIN relationships and not competition.
- To keep moving no matter what.
- To maintain gratitude and a positive attitude.
- To keep up and never give up, persist and advance confidently in the direction of their

About the book:
Safari Through the Land of Landu by Angela KaranjaISBN: 978-1450079167
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Date of publish: May 14, 2010
Pages: 28
S.R.P.: $15.99

About the author:
Angela Karanja is children's motivational and inspirational entertainer, writer, storyteller,
and performing artiste whose goal is the 5E's. Edify Empower, Enrich, Educate and
Entertain children to be stars in their lives. Angela's own life story is evidence that any
child can adopt a prosperity consciousness. Prosperity consciousness when adopted can
enter any child into prosperity even those from extreme poverty ridden backgrounds.
Angela was born and grew up in extreme poverty and abuse in Kenya but against all odds
she now lives a prosperous and full life in the United Kingdom. She credits her
prosperous life the prosperity consciousness that her uncle entered her into as a young

I am not sure what to say about this book.

I love the illustrations. The pictures of all the animals are terrific. The colors are vibrant and the characters are just adorable.

The problem I had was with the written words. They made very little sense!! For someone who grew up with Dr.Seuss, I can understand the not quite real words. This book had a lot of words that made no sense, there were no really good rhymes, and I had to answer my son a bunch of times with "I don't know" when he would ask what was going on in the story.

Of course both boys loved the pictures, and didn't really care about the words!!!

~~All opinions expressed are 100% mine. I was not paid for this review. I did receive a copy of the book to read thanks to Bostick Communications~~

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