About the Author:
Author Bio –
Chris Roy is the author of With Her Fists, the Razor trilogy, Her Name Is Mercie, Ronin Cleans His Room Like a Ninja, and has numerous short stories published at Close to the Bone. He is a published tattoo artist (Rise Tattoo Magazine, ATC Tattoo Books app) and a boxing trainer. You can find Chris on Twitter @ChrisRoyCrime.
About the Book:
Ronin couldn’t wait to grow up so people would stop telling him what to do.
His Uncle Max is cool, so Ronin was comfortable talking about ninja stuff with him. While Ronin’s parents are away on vacation, Uncle Max shows him what it takes to become a ninja. Combining play with a lesson in discipline, the story and illustrations show kids a different way to think about cleaning their room.
“This is a fun book that promotes cognitive reframing. It’s such an important material for kids’ mindfulness, challenging the little ones to change their mindset about caring for their rooms.” — Carola Schmidt, author of Tell Me a Story, Babushka
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I received a copy of ‘Ronin Cleans His Room Like a Ninja’ by Chris Roy in return for my honest review. My daughter and me love to read together, so we are always looking for more fun books to read. This one was perfect.
In this book Ronin is with his Uncle Max, whilst his parents are away.
His Uncle shows him how he can use his ninja skills to clean his room and start doing more things for himself.
This book is really different as it is interactive, and I have never come across that before. Each page is split into different panels like a comic book and when you double tap on one of the panels it turns that section full screen.
Me and my daughter had great fun with this, although it did make us laugh as we sometimes just tapped once, and it wouldn’t work properly. Once we got the hang of it though, it was really easy to work.
My daughter played a kind of game throughout trying to pull Ronin’s faces from the pictures. It’s the most fun we have ever had with a book.
This book does teach children about the importance of independence too and shows them a different way of looking at tidying up. I’m hoping my daughter takes this on board; well, I can hope.
H Review (My daughter – age 8):
It was really fun, and I loved pulling faces, and tapping and swiping through the pages. We laughed a lot.
Overall, a fun children’s book which teaches children about independence and thinking of tidying in a new and more exciting way.
We decided to give this book an overall rating of:
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