The Lighthouse Family

Today’s review is on a sweet little series of children’s books that are perfect for readers, both young and old.

In a lonely lighthouse upon the sea, there lived a cat named Pandora. Though she loved the lighthouse, she couldn’t help feeling lonely. That is until the day when Seabold the dog appears and brings a little bit of fun back into the lighthouse. And it’s not long after that, they discover three little storm-battered children Whistler, Lila, and Tiny. Together, they are the Lighthouse Family. With each new season there are roads to travel, avenues to be explored, and adventures to be had.

This is such a quaint series. It’s simply illustrated and I love the fact that it is a world of  anthropomorphic animals who live in harmony. Animals that live in homes, enjoy breakfast together, and enjoy taking long picnics are my delight. I love reading Wind in the Willows, Brambly Hedge is magical, and Beatrix Potter’s universe is where my imagination frequented.

For readers of a similar mindset, they will love this little series, perfect for a beginning reader, a seasoned veteran, or a parent reading to a child.

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