Posts Tagged ‘Children’s Book’
Minnie in Paris is a sweet book for kids. My daughter was super excited when the package came in the mail. She wanted me to read it to her right away.
Audrey Bunny is a written by a women’s best selling author, Angie Smith (I Will Carry You, Mended). This is a very sweet children’s book about a stuffed bunny named Audrey Bunny, who fears her imperfections make her unworthy of a little girls love. Audrey Bunny will learn the truth soon enough, and young readers will learn that everyone is special and wonderfully made by God.
The story is through the eyes of a 4th grade girl name Emma Jean Payne. For short Emma Jean Payne is called EJ. She is a spunky little girl who has a big imagination. She thinks living in a small town called Spooner, Wisconsin is boring. In a way my kids can relate to that as we live in a small tourist town, so there isn’t much for the kids to do around here. The book talks about the different things that EJ wants to be when she is older and she knows she is meant to do great things, however she doesn’t realize just how big of great things she will do. That’s the part I don’t want to ruin for you and you will have to read it for yourself.
Have your children ever had head lice? Whether they do or don’t Bugs in my Hair! is a great book by David Shannon. Actually talking and reading about it made my head itch…
We never had head lice in our house. We did have neighbors in our apartment building that had them and they had a hard time getting rid of it. When I heard they had it. I immediately bought treatments and treated everyone right away. I cleaned from top to bottom and did laundry. Wasn’t taking any chances. The people that had it, had a very hard time getting rid of it.
I am super excited to share this children’s book with you. Mama’s Purse by AJ Irving is very cute, very imaginative and for the twist, has a lot of rhyming.
This story is about what is in mama’s purse. Mama’s purse has everything but the kitchen sink in it. Each page is full of silly rhyming and the illustrations match each rhyme perfectly and colorfully. We were excited to turn each page as we wanted to know what silly adventure we would see next.