Children’s Literature Review – Jump! by Julia Dweck


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#kidlit #review by @/juleloves2write Jump! #literacy early elementary


Title:  Jump!

Author:  Julia Dweck

Illustrator: Brian Allen

Publisher: Sleepy Sheep Productions

Date of Publication: September 2014

Format:  Kindle


Review Jump!

 When is the last time you have followed your heart?  How about the last time you ventured outside your comfort zone?  Was it scary?  Did you discover new and amazing things?  Did you learn something new about yourself?  Personally, my greatest rewards have come when I have explored new territories.  This is what Jump! is about – the newest picture book from Julia Dweck and Sleepy Sheep Productions.  This fun book shows children that taking a leap of faith will bring new discoveries, new learning – and new adventures that are beyond their wildest dreams.  Jump! teaches children that by taking that big Leap will allow them see and experience things that they wouldn’t have been able to imagine.  Yes, it is scary – but the rewards that come – are worth their weight in gold.

Written in classic Julia Dweck style, this book is absolutely perfect for young and old.  It’s rhythmic prose and big bright fun colorful illustrations makes it engaging for even the tiniest of readers!  My two-year old loved it – and he will sit and listen to only a few books!

Jump! is well written and fun for everyone.  I love it!  Jump! has quickly become the favorite in our household.



Jump! is available in the Kindle format on Amazon here.


About Julia Dweck

Julia Dweck children's author #literacy #kidlit Julia Dweck is a published author of children’s books for digital and print publication. Her stories span the spectrum of humor, fantasy and edutainment in rhyme and in prose.

Julia’s background in elementary education affords her the opportunity to be in touch with what children want to read and what makes them giggle. She’s collaborated with leading illustrators in the world of children’s literature to produce over 30 books. Her titles have garnered placement on Amazon’s bestsellers lists, “Kindle Daily Deals” and customer top rated lists.

In her spare time, Julia is a designer of educational adjuncts for children’s literature, and has worked with such notable publishing houses as Penguin Young Readers. She presented at the 2012 National Center for Family Literacy for her creative use of technology in the classroom.

You can visit her on Facebook here.

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  1. Sounds like a good read 🙂
    I agree my greatest rewards are when I step out of my shell. I’ve been doing that a lot lately, and I think I like it. The biggest action of me breaking out of my shell will be this October, when I have to NOT be a hermit and connect in real life with real people at the BBCAtlanta.
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