Review: Oliver and Jumpy Stories 22-24

Oliver and Jumpy

Stories 22-24

by Werner Stejskal

Story 22: The Incredible Train Journey – The three friends are having a very adventurous train journey.

Story 23: Hiccup – Do you ever suffer of Hiccups? See if this adventure helps you!

Story 24: Fishing – Oliver goes fishing with Joey.

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★★★★★: Awesome!!! I really loved this book! (Highly recommended)

Cheers to another new set of stories about our favorite cat friend, Oliver and his pals, Jumpy & Joey!

The Incredible Train Journey was my sons’ favorite story among the three. Maybe because they haven’t really ridden a train before and would love to take a ride soon. Bet they thought all train rides were exciting, like the one Oliver and his friends were in. The visit to the mermaids and sharks were breathtaking, the giant baby boy was cute, but the dragon fires were the most exciting!

Hiccup was an interesting story for us because we actually hate getting hiccups while eating. Oliver found a way to cure his hiccup, and it involved disguise, climbing and birds! Yay, how exciting!

We also liked Fishing, this one was kind of close to my heart because my parents actually have fishpond and when my sisters and I were still little kids, we often went fishing and held a contest of getting the largest fish. I hope my kids will get to experience this one too, like how Oliver and Joey had done in the lake.

This is another set of feel-great stories that children will surely love. My sons would never get tired of listening and reading Oliver’s stories! Plus, the illustrations were super cool and vibrant, too! Werner’s kiddie stories are always a pleasure to read!

AboutAuthor

Werner Stejskal Born in Vienna, Austria, Werner is now living in the paradise of Perth, Australia with his wife, two married children and three grandchildren. He worked many years in the printing industry and later for the United Nations in Vienna. His wife had been a pen-friend, whom Werner visited in Hong Kong and finally got married to.

After an eventful life, now retired, he began to write children’s stories, had them illustrated through Odesk, narrated them himself for YouTube and finally published the ebooks on most platforms. Eventually there will be 17 books with three stories each in English, before being translated into several other languages. Werner’s dream is to see “Oliver and Jumpy” animated as a TV series.

Check out more about Oliver and Jumpy and more bedtime stories from Werner by going to his website: http://www.bedtimestory4you.com/

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