#BookReview – Runaway Smile – Nicholas Rossis

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Sunday book review featuring Runaway Smile by author, Nicholas Rossis. Nicholas is a versatile writer who writes children’s books, epic fantasies, science fiction short stories, and his newest book, Emotional Beats is a writer’s guide to using expressions and dialogue tags in our writing.

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The Blurb:

 

Winner of the Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award, in the Young Adult Fiction category. Award-Winning Finalist in the “Children’s Fiction” category of the 2015
International Book Awards
, Award-Winning Finalist in the 2015 Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards.

“I woke up this morning and I had lost my smile and it wasn’t my fault and I looked everywhere and it was gone. Then I met a workman and a king and the best salesman in the world and a clown and no-one wanted to give me theirs. At school, I asked Miss to give me hers, but she gave us a pop quiz instead, and then no-one was smiling and…”

A little boy’s smile runs away until it owner learns that an unshared smile is a wasted smile.

 

Runaway Smile: An unshared smile is a wasted smile (Niditales Book 1) by [Rossis, Nicholas]

 

Get this book on Amazon HereΒ 

 

My 5 Star ReviewWhere do smiles come from?

 

This is a heartwarming little story accompanied by fun pictures to go along with the stories. A tale of a child searching for his smile and the people he encounters throughout his day whom he questions, asking where he can get his smile back. No doubt, there’s a heartfelt message that comes from his mom, where he learns the true meaning of a smile and where it really comes from. A great children’s book, as well, a great parental read.

 

Check out all of Nicholas’ books on his Amazon page Here!Β 

17 thoughts on “#BookReview – Runaway Smile – Nicholas Rossis

    1. Ya Tess, the digital era has really taken away some of life’s simple pleasures. But they can still read digitally even without the pictures, the message is there. πŸ™‚

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