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Kisho – Review

Here’s a treat for dog lovers! Author of multiple children’s stories, Jarod Twiford, has recently released his first children’s book, Kisho. This story is unique and has an ending that readers will not see coming.

Everybody loves a hero story. But in Kisho, the hero is an animated animal who is not really animated nor is he an animal! Here we have a boy who privately loves to watch animated movies. Undergo a magical transformation into an animated movie character and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Impending disasters, earthquakes, romance, adventure, and finding true happiness are all part of the Kisho storyline.

Jarod Twiford has been writing for young people for about six years prior to the release of this book. After intense research and painstaking attention to detail, he chose the name of the main character because Kisho means “someone who knows his own mind.” His careful use of many canine breeds definitely further slows down the power of character personalities.

Although I felt that there were some areas that the author rushed into a bit, this book certainly uses an interesting and rather unusual theme. This book is sure to entertain and be read multiple times by readers.

The book’s ISBN number: 1-4241-0525-0 will help readers to order this book from their local retail bookseller or locate the book at online bookstores. You can also ask your local library to bring you Jarod’s book.


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