Book Tour: Kika the Upside Down Girl by Jessica Tudos

Kika the Upside Down Girl

Title: Kika The Upside-Down Girl
Author: Jessica Tudos
Publisher: Domnizelle’s
Format: Paperback
Source: Received from iReads Book Tours in exchange for an honest review

 Purchase Links: 
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Synopsis

Kika always seems to accomplish things differently than others and tends to get into trouble for it. She reminds us that choosing to be different is more than okay, and finding others to join in her upside down adventures makes her heart feel huge – especially when it involves somersaults, vaults, flips and kips! Join Kika, a girl who loves living upside down in a right side up world, on her unique journey to a fliptastic world! Kika reminds us that choosing to be different is more than okay, and finding others to join in her upside down adventures feels fliptastic – especially when it involves somersaults, vaults, flips and kips in the Gymnastics Emporium!

About the Author

Jessica Tudos

Olympic gymnast turned author, motivational speaker and experiential educator Jessica Tudos (JessicaTudos.com) is on a mission to empower kids, youth and adults to develop the confidence and resiliency required to lead active, healthy and creative lives. In organizations around the world, Jessica empowers audiences through engaging stories, insights & reflections drawn from her upside down life, including her Olympic gymnastics adventures. Jessica is a sought after speaker, facilitator and professor in experiential education, physical literacy, leadership & elite sports.
Connect with Jessica:  Website  ~   Twitter  ~   Facebook

My Review

What an absolutely adorable book! The illustrations are so cute- especially Kika! The colours really make the illustrations jump off the page, and I loved that some of the words flowed with the pictures rather than be traditional paragraphs. The writing is fantastic, and really makes you want to keep reading the story. I absolutely loved the entire book and I can’t wait to share this one with my little munchkins (whenever they actually exist)! Kika was a great character and I like that she wanted to please her parents, but she also wanted to be herself and so she found another outlet for her “uniqueness”! This story really shows kids that even if they are unique, it can be something that is really good. I really enjoyed the inspiring story and suggest this book to any parent out there, especially if your child is different in some way.

I give this book:

5 hippos

5 out of 5 hippos

Giveaway

Prizes: ​  Win a copy of Kika the Upside-down Girl and a $20 Amazon Gift Card (Open to USA & Canada) Ends June 20

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for allowing me to participate in this tour!

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