Book Title: Red Panda and Moon Bear: Curse of the Evil Eye

Book Description: Red Panda and Moon Bear: The curse of the evil eye The story begins with Red Panda and Moon Bear through an alley. They are looking for a shadowy figure and discussing which ones are good, and which ones are bad. As they discuss the shadows and give them what for they meet the origin of one the shadows. A Giant Pastelito Monster. Red Panda tells Moon Bear to run, and she attacks the monster.

Book Author: Jerrod Rosello

Book Format: Paperback

Publisher - Orgnization: Top Shelf Productions

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Illustrator: Jerrod Rosello

  • Story
    (2.8)
  • Interior Art
    (3)
  • Cover Art
    (3)
  • Dialogue
    (2.8)
  • Mechanics
    (3)
  • Editing
    (3)
2.9

Summary

The story as I received it, is extremely short and clearly indicates that there is much more to this book.  But it does talk about the merits of good shadows and bad shadows, so based on that I think the book has potential.  Teaching kids that not all shadows are bad.  If I had the full story I could have had more of an idea of the hero’s portrayed.  But if the dialog with the shadows is any indication, then I think this title will be good for any child to read and help them understand that not everything is good, nor is everything evil.

The cover and interior artwork for the age level for which I believe this book series is intended is great.  It shows everything that the children need to see and keeps it simple.  For a child’s book this is important, as it allows them to process the story and possibly learn what the story has to offer.  

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