Reviews

Writer, Author of Children's Books... Short Stories..
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"... First book of a promising series.... Kaupp's writing is engaging, and short chapters and illustrations sprinkled throughout make this manageable text for young readers. A fun main character, important lessons... emphasis on French culture... a memorable experience for early readers."

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Kirkus Indie Review

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".... Kaupp… understands what grabs children's interest, what makes them laugh, and what makes them capable of learning.  Characters are both adorable and charming, but even more important, they are reliable... a fun lesson filled book that will have readers scampering for more of "The Amberella Tales."

Four Star Clarion ForeWord Review

"... Sweet story with well-developed characters... engaging writing style. … An added benefit:  the book is peppered with French words and includes a vocabulary list that defines the words and tells children how to pronounce them. …  Librarians and parents of young girls will want to add this series to their book collections. 

May 2012 Blue Ink Review of the Month

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Blue Ink Review

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"Kaupp's dogs return in an adventurous tale of a wedding, a kidnapping and a theft....  Kaupp has written another solid children's book... will appeal to kids... zany collection of canine adventures."

Kirkus Review

" Amberella's adventures in the city will impart important lessons for young readers bout responsibility, education, and friendship in a manner that is both heartwarming and humorous."

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The US Review of Books

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"....Kaupp's stories sketch a loving multi-species community that is cohesive, even as its members are strong, determined individuals.  Children learn to be themselves, make friends who are different, and have adventures...  This book deserves recognition for its charming, positive content."

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