Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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Review: "Mitchell's License" by Hallie Durand

Mitchell was three years, nine months, and five days old when he got his license. He put his car in drive and took off around his house. He got oil, gassed it up, checked under the hood and more. His car, however, is not a car like you’d think: it’s his dad. Mitchell climbs onto his dad’s shoulder and drives away. It’s mighty big fun for a three year old, but exhausting for his “car”.

Mitchell’s License by Hallie Durand is a simple, adorable little children’s book that is sure to delight and entertain children of all ages. From two to nine years old, all the kids around me loved this book. Even my husband and I were interested in this story. Very well done and well illustrated by Tony Fucile, Mitchell’s License is a great addition to any child's library.

You can buy Mitchell’s License on,, and at major bookstores nationwide. It retails for about $15.99.

Thank you to Candlewick Press for providing a complimentary product sample for us to base this review upon.