Life with Lily is the first in a series a four about a young girl named Lily Lapp. Lily is six, and she is old-world Amish. She is living life one day at a time with many changes and adventures.
This is a cute story about a sweet little girl and her family. The target audience is 8-12 year olds. Based on the size and format, I would recommend the upper end of that; however, the main character is only six, which would probably appeal more to the younger readers. For our family, it has been a fun bedtime story to read together. My older two are 5 and 7 and they enjoy listening to the story. There were a couple of inconsistencies in the book that bothered me, but would probably not be noticed by young readers. Overall though, it is quite an enjoyable read, and I have a feeling my daughter will be rereading it for herself again soon.
I did receive a free copy in exchange for my honest review.
Celebrate with Suzanne and Mary Ann by entering their contest and RSVPing to the “Life with Lily” Facebook Author Chat Party on 10/16!
Two fortunate winners will receive:
- Either the new Kindle Fire or new Nook HD
- Signed copy of Life with Lily for you and a young reader in your life.
So grab your copy of Life with Lily and join Suzanne and Mary Ann on the evening of the October 16th for a chance to connect with the authors and make some new friends. (If you haven’t read the books – don’t let that stop you from coming!)