The Simi's ABCs: Adventures with Dark-Hunters

The Simi's ABCs: Adventures with Dark-Hunters

A is for Akri, and B is for…barbecue! Learn the Alphabet Simi-style! Join everyone’s favorite adorable little demon from Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark-Hunters® as she explores the alphabet in her own unique and colorful way in this delightful new children’s book.  Simi is one of the most recognized and adored characters from Kenyon’s Nick Chronicles® and Dark-Hunters®. Now you c...

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Title:The Simi's ABCs: Adventures with Dark-Hunters
Author:Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Edition Language:English

The Simi's ABCs: Adventures with Dark-Hunters Reviews

  • Carrie

    This is super cute. Fans of the Dark Hunter series with little ones (or just the ones who are kids at hear) will love this ABC book.

  • Angie H

    So I don’t have children but I love everything Sherrilyn Kenyon does therefore I had to buy this book. It is adorable!!! I love the concept of taking the Dark Hunter world and whittling it down to an ABC book. Definitely a must for any young kid learning their letters.

  • Beenee Reads

    This is the cutest book ever!!!!!

  • Kimmi

    This is such a super cute book. I read it to my granddaughter, another generation hooked on the fabulous Sherrilyn Kenyon.

  • Debbie

    I loved this children’s book. It’s so cute!

  • Kimberly

    is insanely cute. I loved the humor and the utterly adorable artwork. If you love the Dark-Hunters, this is a fun book to have in your collection.

  • Darcy

    This is cute book,especially if you are a fan of the Dark Hunter series. Simi is a favorite character, seeing her come up with who represents different letters.

  • Suzette Banick

    I'm not big on ABC books, I've always been too old for them I guess. But I read this because SK is my favorite author.

    I've never been a big fan of this style of artwork either. The kind where the only way to tell people apart is the hair and the clothes.

    I did think the dialogue between Acheron and Simi was good, but it was kinda meta too. As if both Ash and Simi (as well as several other characters) suddenly acquired Deadpool levels of self-awareness. If someone has only read this book or view

    I'm not big on ABC books, I've always been too old for them I guess. But I read this because SK is my favorite author.

    I've never been a big fan of this style of artwork either. The kind where the only way to tell people apart is the hair and the clothes.

    I did think the dialogue between Acheron and Simi was good, but it was kinda meta too. As if both Ash and Simi (as well as several other characters) suddenly acquired Deadpool levels of self-awareness. If someone has only read this book or view it only as a cutesy thing, as it is probably intended, then it's not that bad. But as a longtime fan of the characters who takes things way too seriously, I all could think was that this self-awareness was out of character for all of the characters involved.

    My next note contains a mild spoiler, but not that bad.

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    There was also one part where I think they confused Demon with Daimon because Simi said D is for Daimon and Acheron said the book can't be all about her. Then it shows a bunch of daimons and it marks them as Demons.

  • Amanda

    I wrote this on Kenyon's Instagram and had my comment deleted, so I'll say it here as well:

    Simi talks and acts like a child, she is treated like a child throughout the entire series (even new books), and she now has this cutesy children's book, yet... she had sex with Nick. Does this make him a pedophile? It really sounds like it. In real life, when someone has sex with a person with a mental impairment (like an adult with the mind of a child), it's considered rape. I think it's disturbing that

    I wrote this on Kenyon's Instagram and had my comment deleted, so I'll say it here as well:

    Simi talks and acts like a child, she is treated like a child throughout the entire series (even new books), and she now has this cutesy children's book, yet... she had sex with Nick. Does this make him a pedophile? It really sounds like it. In real life, when someone has sex with a person with a mental impairment (like an adult with the mind of a child), it's considered rape. I think it's disturbing that Kenyon sexualized a child character and continues to bank on that cutesy child character. Fans shouldn't support it. She's either a cute little child or she's an adult mature enough for sex - she can't be both. Even her reaction to the sex afterwards was creepy.

    It's bad enough that after 20+ books Kenyon doesn't have a single lead POC, but sexualizing a child is too much.

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