Mimi the Angel has spread her message of hope to various schools inspiring children with our newest release Mimi the Angel Gets Her Wings. Our journey has taken us to several schools. We will continue to share our story with more schools as we inspire children to be angels in action. If you would like us to visit your school or location, contact us at email@example.com
If we have visited your school and you would love to share with us your creative works, we would welcome any submissions by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail and we will post them online.
The following are book reviews that were submitted to us by the students of the Good Shepherd School. We invite you to read and share in their beautiful artwork and inspiring words. Thank you to all parents and teachers who helped along the way.
“The students and I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation presented by Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark. It was a very interactive presentation that captured the interest of the students and teachers. The authors had a very pleasant and entertaining way of involving the students during their presentation. They connected with the students in a very meaningful way, demonstrating their love for children. “Mimi” became a real character to them and they became engaged in hearing her story. The students found the illustrations to be beautiful and colourful. Having the story as a big book helped them to focus on the story as it was being read. The bookmark, pamphlet and the feather were a nice touch and one that the students appreciated. The feather became a “Story Bit” that the students used to retell the story to their parents.”
– Jennifer C.
“Mimi the angel is good and nice. She lives in the clouds and turns into a guardian angel. My favorite part is when Mimi gets her wings. I recommend the book because it’s good for all ages and it’s a good story.”
“Mimi the angel is a very pleasant angel and I liked it when she went to God so she could get her wings. It was very interesting when she got her wings. I think the age for reading the book should be 3-8 years.”
“I think the story was great. I think the age level for enjoying the story is between 3-12 because there are easier words. The character is Mimi the Angel. She is a nice person. The authors are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark. The illustrations were great. I recommend this book. The illustrator is Julie Lefebvre. My favorite part is when she got her wings. The title is Mimi the Angel Gets Her Wings.”
“My favorite part was when Mimi wakes up. Mimi is very interesting and very pleasant. The best age for this book is probably around 6-10 years. The authors are very creative. The illustrations are beautiful. There are very easy words. The authors’ names are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark.”
“The main character was Mimi the angel. The age level should be between 3-9. I really liked the illustrations because the colours were really bright and colourful. My favorite part was when Mimi got her wings! I recommend it to anyone who believes in guardian angels! I think that’s only grade JK to Grade 3. The authors are Jennifer Clark and Sylvie Brule.”
“Mimi the angel always wanted to have wings. One day Mimi got her wish and got wings. The illustrations were great. The best page was when she got her wings. The authors are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark.”
“The title of the book is Mimi the Angel Gets Her Wings. The authors are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark. Mimi the angel is very pleasant. I recommend this book for 3-7 year olds. My favorite part is when she became a guardian angel. The vocabulary is easy words.”
“The character Mimi the angel is a guardian angel. She is joyful. The age level is 3-8 years. The authors are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark. My favorite part is when she was delighted because she was getting her wings! The part that was humourous was when a fairy was on a snail. The vocabulary was English. It was easy.”
“My favourite part was when Mimi became a guardian angel. The authors are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark. The angel is agreeable, useful and helpful. I recommend the book for age levels 5,6,7,8. The vocabulary is simple.”
“Mimi the angel is a very kind girl. She had no wings at first. After that she found out that she was going to be a guardian angel. Being a guardian angel was hard work! The guardian angel said she was a person that could believe in herself. The authors are Sylvie Brule and Jennifer Clark. The age level for this book is 4-9 years.”