Mini-review for illustrated children's book, Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima. Like last week unfortunately this is another example of why I hate getting illustrated children's books from Netgalley. Polar Bear Postman Author: Seigo Kijima. Category: Illustrated Children's Book Suitable for: All ages, ideal for 4-8 My Rating: 1.5 Stars Format Used for Review: Kindle copy received… Continue reading (Mini-Review) Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima
Hello awesome readers. I'm reviewing a children's book today, and this is a perfect example of why I hate being sent requests for children's books on Netgalley. Click the wrong link, find it automatically added to my shelf (affecting my ratio), receive a mess of an e-book that I'm supposed to use for review. A… Continue reading (REVIEW) Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Travels by Kazue Takahashi
Hello awesome readers. I hope you have been doing well and managing with lockdown. It honestly hasn't been that bad for us, our toddler keeps us very busy. One downside though was having to postpone her first birthday party! This was an occasion I was super excited for and I even ordered everything for her… Continue reading (REVIEW) Happy Birthday by Mamoru Suzuki
Another Halloween read. This time for the little ones! Read my 4 star review of this cute little tale...
Just in time for those Halloween treat bags, an illustrated children's book about candy, and that you shouldn't eat too much of it! Ronnie loves candy and just wants to eat it all day and never play or exercise, despite his friends urging him to stop eating candy and play with them. One night before bed his wishes his last gummy bear will grow huge so that he will have a ton to eat. He then dreams about his gummy bear going on a eating rampage, destroying the whole town! In order to save the town he talks the bear into playing and exercising away all his jelly belly. The next day he wakes up with a new attitude and goes out to play with his friends...
Hello awesome readers and Happy Saint Patrick's Day! I loved this holiday as a kid, I would spend recess looking for leprechauns and pots of gold. I wasn't a big fan of all the pinching though! Today I have a special holiday edition of Short Reads Saturdays with a review of illustrated children's book, Happy St.… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturday (REVIEW) Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Hello Kitty by Sanrio
Released today, Don't Ever Look Behind Door 32 Author: B.C.R. Fegan Illustrator: Lenny Wen Category: Illustrated Children's Book Suitable for: All Ages, ideal for ages 3-8 My Rating: 5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided by the publisher/author/agent in return for an honest review. Pages: 36 Description from Amazon: The magical Hotel of Hoo is a… Continue reading (REVIEW) & Release Announcement – Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan @bcrfegan
Alrighty, here is my last holiday read of the season. This is a great book for kids to read every winter! If you haven't already heard of the Ronaldo The Flying Reindeer books check out my last review of Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy here. This book was our Book of the Month last January,… Continue reading (REVIEW) Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher by Maxine Sylvester
Merry Christmas! Today I am sharing a cute holiday illustrated children's book with you. Snobbity Snowman Author: Maria Bardyukova, Quiet Riley Jr Category: Illustrated Children's Book, Holiday book Suitable for: All Ages (3-7) My Rating: 5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided by the author in return for an honest review. Pages: 34 Description: Snobbity… Continue reading (REVIEW) Snobbity Snowman by @MariaBardyukova & Quiet Riley Jr
I've gotten some cool stuff in the mail lately so I really wanted to do a post to share some of it! This first one I am so excited about! I actually WON a giveaway contest. Crazy, right? I rarely enter these (I already have more books than I need) but this one was special.… Continue reading Book Mail Pics & Sneak Peek of the Ever-Growing TBR Pile