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Don’t Drink the Pink… But do you know WHY??? @bcrfegan @TaleBlade

Don’t Drink the Pink, but do you know why? Don’t miss this magical adventure for children, both young and young at heart!

B.C.R. Fegan has done it again! If you haven’t checked out my favorite Fegan book, Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 then you are in for a treat!  That book is super fun and it makes me smile, even when the little ones aren’t around!  After all, whatever you do, don’t ever look behind door thirty-two!

Just like the latter, this book is written in a poetic ABCB Rhyme Scheme. It flows so well and tells such a cute story. Throughout the book, you can’t help but wonder why you don’t drink the pink. Even a grownup will never guess, needing to know as if it were the key to their problems.

Don't Drink the Pink... But do you know WHY??? @bcrfegan @TaleBlade


Don’t Drink the Pink

Don't Drink the Pink... But do you know WHY???The magic of Fegan’s stories lies in this adorable little book, much like the previous one. I can imagine many conversations to come about the various things you can drink, since we are clearly told: don’t drink the pink!

You’ll go on an adventure, learning about Madeline and her Grandfather’s special birthday surprises. You’ll laugh and so will the little ones, though not always for the same things! I love the looks on the parents faces as Grandfather does what Grandfather’s do: brings birthday gifts Mom and Dad dread!

No worries though, it won’t teach your little one anything bad! It does help with colors, numbers and touches on the realities of growing older. Although it does make it light and there’s happiness, even in the reality. It’s definitely a story that you don’t want to miss. Though at this point, I’m convinced that any of his children’s books are in the can’t miss category!

B.C.R. Fegan

Don't Drink the Pink... But do you know WHY???According to Amazon, Fagan grew up on a hobby farm close to the beaches of Australia. I’ll be honest and say I have no idea what a ‘hobby farm’ is. If you know, please enlighten me. I’ll do some research later I suppose.

Amazon states there that Fagan was inspired by nature and loved ‘weaving his own magic.’ He has certainly done well with the two children’s books that I’ve read thus far.

It also states that along with children’s books, he writes young adult fiction. Personally, I’m more delighted by the fun in children’s books. Fagan certainly creates a fun world and the illustrations by Lenny Wen leave you exploring the pages long after the reading has ceased. On the second read through, the first your far too excited to hear the rest of the story!

A Note to The Author:

I feel obliged to point out, I hadn’t read the Amazon author profile prior to writing anything above the author description so when I read the part about weaving magic, I realized he had truly succeeded. Above, I had started a sentence with ‘the magic of Fegan’s stories’ and I’m even more impressed. Without saying so in his story books, he has done just what he set out to do. He brought his world of magic from his imagination to my living room. Kudos, Mr. Fegan!

Don't Drink the Pink... But do you know WHY??? @bcrfegan @TaleBlade


Hi all! My name is Kaycee. I am now learning to navigate life as a single woman. Turns out, it's not all about husband and children. Who knew? So, I'm on a journey of self discovery. I have 5 children, 3 of which are married, 5 2 are in Heaven (my beautiful baby Acadia Reign and my Diva Princess Tara Elizabeth), and 7 grandchildren! Plus, a ton of fabulous nieces and nephews! My educational background is in Psychology and Child Development but my heart is in ministry, crafts, fun, reviews and my website, My Crafty Zoo. Or at least it was, now I'm learning who I really am, beneath all of the busy family life. It's an adventure to be sure. I look forward to continuing to share my life through word and pictures with you and love hearing your feedback! Thank you for taking the time to read and allowing me to share! I look forward to reading your comments!

23 thoughts on “Don’t Drink the Pink… But do you know WHY??? @bcrfegan @TaleBlade

  • LeAnn Harbert

    This definitely sounds like it would be a good book to read to my granddaughters.

  • wen budro

    I really don’t know why we shouldn’t drink the pink. Pink lemonade is okay and we drink it. I sincerely would like to know the answer.

  • Laura DeLaRosa

    The title Don’t Drink the Pink refers to, what my family calls pink medicine, Pepto Bismol. It’s not a tasty treat.

  • Shirley Emitt

    I like the book is written in a poetic ABCB Rhyme Scheme. My guess would be it makes you laugh.

  • If we drink the pink, we’ll turn pink.

  • Carissa Joslyn

    maybe if she drinks the pink all the magic of childhood will go away. Like, Santa, Easter bunny, ect for example. My older kids are 9 and 7, we will always celebrate the fun holidays and believe in the magic.

  • I’m going to guess that the pink is paint water. But I”d love to read this with my son.

  • I don’t know why you can’t drink the pink, lol I’d like to know why and I’m sure my great niece, who is learning to read, would love to know why, as well, lol 🙂

  • What an adorable cover! I like to read stories in poetic rhyme to my nephew.

  • Angela Saver

    I’m not sure why you can’t drink the pink, but this sounds like a fun, educational book.

  • Robin Abrams

    This book sounds really cute. My grand kids love to read. I will be checking out his books for them.

  • It will make us turn blue! 😉

  • Amber Kolb

    I’m guessing you can’t drink the pink because it’s some sort of potion! 🙂

  • I really don’t know! I do know that drinking the pink reminds me of a commercial on Jack & Jill.

  • Thomas Gibson

    My guess as to why you can’t drink the pink is the water could be contaminated with some sort of deadly algae that turns the water pink.

  • Julie Waldron

    This sounds like a cute book! My guess is she can’t “drink the pink” because it’ll make her naughty.

  • Victoria Barbour

    Hmm I don’t know why you can’t drink the pink. I’m guessing by the corner that it’ll make you shrink?

  • Teresa D Kunberger

    Can drink the pink Because it’s a magical drink!

  • Molli Taylor

    this looks really cool. i can’t wait to read it!

  • my little niece is learning to read and is enjoying it this book I believe she would enjoy.

  • My guess is that you can’t drink the pink because it turns you into a unicorn!


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