Book Title: "Gimme Jimmy”
Author: Sherrill S. Cannon
Published By: Strategic Book Publishing
Age Recommended: 3+
Reviewed By: Kitty Bullard
Raven Rating: 5



Review: Delightful, adorable and hilarious. When little Jimmy Alexander is warned by his father that his unwillingness to share and his inability to politely ask for things will eventually cause him trouble, he refuses to listen. Until, of course, he realizes that every time he says the word ‘gimme’ his hand grows.

Before long his hand is practically dragging along the floor and he begins to realize that he must change his ways before it is too late.

Sherrill S. Cannon’s books have a fantastic way of telling a story in such a vivid and imaginative way that children will not only learn good morals from her books, but will want to read them and have them read to them, time and time again.
If you are looking for the best possible story books for your child or grandchildren you must look for her books! I have fallen in love with them all and I know you will too!

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