Ruby ShinesBright – and the Birthday Cake by RosaBella Bloom
Ruby ShineBright is a bright and adventurous little girl who decides to sneak downstairs on the eve of her birthday party in order to… Written for children 4-5 years old with a fun theme and lessons around consequences, healthy eating and sharing. Get this Book on Amazon.com ” Ruby can’t wait for her birthday. ….
Ruby ShineBright is a bright and adventurous little girl who decides to sneak downstairs on the eve of her birthday party in order to… Written for children 4-5 years old with a fun theme and lessons around consequences, healthy eating and sharing.
” Ruby can’t wait for her birthday. . .”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Penelope Anne Cole
“Ruby ShinesBright and the Birthday Cake,” by RosaBella Bloom and illustrated by Jackie Atkin, is a cute story of a girl who can’t wait for her birthday. The night before her birthday party, she eats up all her beautiful birthday cake that her Grandmother made for her. Of course, the next morning she awakens with a very bad stomach ache from eating the whole cake. Her grandmother is extremely upset with Ruby and asks her what will they serve her friends at the party now. Ruby has a wonderful idea of making a “cake” out of fruit. Grandmother approves of the plan and they get busy. The fruit “cake” saves the day and all ends well at the five year old’s birthday party.
The artwork by Jackie Atkin is whimsical and cartoonish, but clearly gets the message across in this cute book. The fruit “cake” that saves the day is much nicer than the original birthday cake.
Children will love this cute story. Who hasn’t wanted to sneak a bite of birthday cake before the party? In this story, they can do just that and vicariously “have their cake and eat it, too”. For me, the best part is that the fruit birthday cake is even better, healthier, and more lovely than the original birthday cake. This story is for children age four to six.
About the Author
RosaBella Bloom was born in Lvov, Ukraine an only child and grew up mostly in Toronto, Canada. She earned a B.A.A in Ryerson University, and spent many happy years volunteering with children. She has worked for many organizations in banking before deciding to write children’s books.
When not writing, she is often found cooking and spending time with friends and family.