“God Made Night” by Kendra Andrus, is a book that seeks to help children embrace all of the goodness of night, the dark, and bedtime. For those who have trouble transitioning to sleep, being afraid of the dark, being alone in their beds, scared of bad dreams, or just sad or angry that the day is over, this book will help them identify those feelings … Continue reading “God Made Night” Review
“Bala is Queen B” by Blandine Carsalade is such a beautifully illustrated book with an encouraging message of self-love. @bookprunelle I love books like these. They teach children that their self worth or identity are not based off their appearance. Instead it encourages them to have self love.I believe that we are God’s masterpiece and we are all beautiful inside out. Check out more of … Continue reading “Bala is Queen B” Review
“Animal Dads” by Ami Dobelle is such a beautiful children’s book! My son absolutely loved it! It goes perfectly with our #oceantheme for this week! He loves sea horses!This book is based on real animal dads whose parenting skills are above all others in the animal kingdom. It’s very neat that animal dad’s are featured in this book. Dad’s play a big role as parents, … Continue reading “Animal Dads” Review
As we transition into the New Year 2020, we are excited to celebrate our holidays going paperless! Yes, you heard right! I have been wanting to do this for a while, but now with this amazing service through Paperless Post this goal will be easier than ever! Our family is excited to continue our holiday and party celebrations while being environmentally friendly by sending amazing … Continue reading New Year Environmental Friendly Resolution!
The Spanish picture book “El señor tigre se vuelve salvaje” by Peter Brown was a fun reading experience! Ezra loves animals and the jungle! He kept pointing at everything that was familiar to him. The illustrations are so amazing and creative–made out of Chinese Ink! It is definitely an engaging book. This book encourages children that it is ok to be different and not do … Continue reading “El señor tigre se vuelve salvaje” Review
The world tends to be full of negativity everyday and it can be very contagious no matter the age. As a youth pastor, I asked our youth how their week was going and many of them looked annoyed, stressed, not very happy at all… This children’s book “Change Your Stinkin’ Thinkin’ ” by Analynn Sardella and illustrated by 15 year old Daniela Torres– is a … Continue reading “Change Your Stikin’ Thinkin’” Review & Author Interview
The Spanish children’s book “Un avestruz con mucha luz” written by José Carlos Andrés and illustrated by Bea Enríquez is an adorable book. The illustrations are fun and colorful. This book kept my toddler son very entertained. He enjoyed pointing at all the animals, seeing the emotions on the characters and the story. I had a lot of fun reading the book to my son. It … Continue reading “Un avestruz con mucha luz” Review