Friday, December 9, 2016

Review: The Mighty Oak and Me by KS Brooks

Genre: Children’s Picture Book/Educational


The Mighty Oak and Me is inspired by a real 300-year-old oak tree in Mr. Pish’s backyard. The tree constantly revealed different wildlife and wonders with every new day. Discover the magic of the Mighty Oak and the value of all trees, with the charming and adorable traveling terrier as your tour guide. Come celebrate this amazing tree and its many lessons in The Mighty Oak and Me.”


K.S. Brooks has written numerous books in multiple genres including romantic suspense, satire, and educationally oriented children’s books. She is administrator of Indies Unlimited (a multi-author blog “celebrating independent authors”), where you can often catch her pontificating on matters of interest to both readers and authors. For more, visit Brooks’ Mr. Pish’s webpage or follow Mr. Pish on Facebook.


Mr. Pish always makes learning fun. Educational facts are shared about a three hundred year-old oak tree in Mr. Pish’s yard. From the history a tree that old has experienced to the wildlife that live within its branches. The anatomy of the tree is discussed, from the leaves all the way down to the roots and the purpose they serve. Ms. Brooks uses Mr. Pish’s childlike zest for life to make learning science fun for kids of all ages. Also included with this book is a worksheet with multiple choice questions to answer along with other thought provoking questions. This worksheet is also available to download free on Mr. Pish’s website. Don’t miss out on any of Mr. Pish’s fun, educational books.

Buy now from:    Amazon US    Amazon UK


The Mighty Oak and Me is book two in Mr. Pish Backyard Adventure. This book is best viewed on a color device, however I was able to read it fine on my Kindle Paperwhite.

Format/Typo Issues:

No issues on proofing or formatting.

Rating: ***** Five Stars

Reviewed by: ?wazithinkin

Approximate word count: 2-3,000 words (30 pages)


K.S. Brooks said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review.

?wazithinkin said...

You're welcome, Ms. Brooks. "The Mighty Oak and Me" would be a wonderful addition to any child's library. Thanks for dropping in and commenting.