Book Review

Miku Says Find Me by Anitha Rathod

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: Miku, our main character, speaks directly to the child, asking them to play a game of hide and seek with them. I loved that she would have them close their eyes and count to ten. Then you turned the page, and she was hidden somewhere. That interaction was adorable,… Continue reading Miku Says Find Me by Anitha Rathod

Book Review

Noah and the Great Big Boat by Antonia Woodward

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The illustrations were perfect. The animals were interesting and drew our attention. My daughter specifically liked the Lions, but they were all great. How I Felt: The writing made the story easy for a child to understand. My 6 year old was very interested in this book, and asked… Continue reading Noah and the Great Big Boat by Antonia Woodward

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The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch

★★★★★ A tiny bit of warning. This is a kid's book review, so I usually tell you the moral of the story, and what happens throughout the book, but if for some reason, you don't want that spoiler on a kid's book....This is a Girls Rule kind of excellent book. My Thoughts: What I Loved:… Continue reading The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch

Book Review

Imaginary Morah by Tony Esposito

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book made me giggle. I love being able to read with my child and laugh at things that I genuinely find funny. My child was able to laugh at these things too, they were perfect for both of us. How I Felt: I really liked how this book… Continue reading Imaginary Morah by Tony Esposito

Book Review

America’s Flag Story by Karen Robbins

★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The illustrations in this book were really great. They will give young readers excellent visuals. The back of the book has an image of the different variations of the flag at different points in time. How I Felt: I felt like this story was a bit confusing for a… Continue reading America’s Flag Story by Karen Robbins

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Aya and Papaya Keep Trying by MQ

★★★★ My Thoughts: What A Child Will Love: The main character, Aya is very relate-able for a young child. She is excited about her beach trip, she has a special toy that she must find, and she gets sad when something is ruined. My daughter really enjoyed the fun sandcastle building in this story and… Continue reading Aya and Papaya Keep Trying by MQ

Book Review

The Winter Wassail by Cherie Chen

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The illustrations in this book are beyond beautiful. They were detailed and depicted the story perfectly. My daughter was enamored with each page and spent so much time looking at each detail. How I Felt: The story was a perfect holiday tale, combining old traditions and folklore. The ending… Continue reading The Winter Wassail by Cherie Chen

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Big Bird’s Big Bad Day by Craig Manning

A Story about Turning Frowns Upside Down ★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book focused on children's feelings of sadness and how they can cope with those feelings. The rhyming in the book was perfect, I didn't stumble over it at any point. How I Felt: The plot didn't have terrible things happening to… Continue reading Big Bird’s Big Bad Day by Craig Manning

Book Review

No Room for a Pup! by Elizabeth Suneby

★★★★★ My Daughter's Thoughts: My daughter loved this book's illustrations. They were colorful and fit the story perfectly. She loved the story and thought all the animals were so cute. She rated this a 5 stars, no question. My thoughts: The illustrations were great in this book. The parts where there is chaos in the… Continue reading No Room for a Pup! by Elizabeth Suneby

Book Review

Geraldine and the Most Spectacular Science Project by Sol Regwan

This ARC was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher, Schiffer Publishing Ltd. The book will publish on February 28, 2020. ★★★★★ What My Child Thought: My daughter loves science projects and so this book was just for her. She loved the little girl's great big ideas and how she took old things and… Continue reading Geraldine and the Most Spectacular Science Project by Sol Regwan