On Top of the Rainbow (Unabridged)
by K. Meador
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Five year old Gabe runs away from home. While in the forest he meets Lep and Elita and climbs a rainbow. On top of the rainbow, he must make the decision to cross over to a land of delight or go back to his family that he loves. Come and visit with Gabe, Lep and Elita as they discover the importance of family love.
On Top of the Rainbow
A wonderful addition to any child's library. This book has been read over and over by my 7 year old daughter. It has quickly became a family favorite.
On Top of the Rainbow!
On Top of the Rainbow is an adorable children's book. I love the creative writing style and bold storyline that is easy for kids to understand and escape into. There are magical characters that enter an adventure that is a whole lot of fun. This is a story about a little boy who runs away from home because he fears he is going to get scolded for something he did. There are lessons to be learned and good ones. Not only that but this is a very entertaining fantasy. There is so much heart in this tale but with learnable lessons that are easy to take in. This teaches such good values which makes Gabe’s story especially endearing. This is a great book for a boy or a girl.
I enjoyed listening to this book in an audio book format. It was fun to hear the English accent and words that were filled with so much expression. As the story was read, this darling tale came alive.
Delightful story that adults will also enjoy
On Top of the Rainbow is a delightful children’s story, which delves into the priorities of life, and what is truly important.
Five-year-old Gabe is distraught because of breaking a toy airplane and decides to run away from home rather than having to confess to his parents and Papa. Grabbing Dino, his toy dinosaur, he runs out of the yard and heads towards the forest where he meets a Leprechaun named Lep who guards a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
When Gabe answers Lep’s riddle, he climbs the rainbow where he meets a beautiful unicorn named Elita. Gabe misses his family, but he is also curious about the wondrous things he can see at the end of the rainbow.
Will Gabe forge ahead, knowing he might never return home once the rainbow disappears, or will be forget about the magical land and go home? No spoilers here.
The author does an excellent job in conveying family values, detailing a crucial lesson to teach a young impressionable mind. I look forward to reading more of this author’s works.