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The Adventure of Bob Wire and the Gol’ Durn Wheel

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I am so in love with this series. I can only imagine how much joy these would bring to a child!

A delightful rhyming tall tale with wonderful illustrations.

Please check these out for the children in your life.

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Review: Roly-Poly Monster by: Charity Tober, Illustrated by Andrew Tober

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This cute and colorful rhyming book is an excellent way to introduce your child to the joys of reading. I can also see it as a fun bedtime story.

In this book, we follow a day in the life of Roly Poly Monster, from the time he rolls out of bed until he returns to bed to sleep for the night.

His day includes a visit to the playground and a trip to the beach with interesting ocean animals. The illustrations are vibrant and suit the Authors words, and are sure to delight your child.

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My review of Crowned written by Julia Dweck and Pictures by Beth Trott

untitledI recommend this book for anyone who has a little girl. This cute and colorful rhyming tale will give your child an excellent role model through Quinn.

Quinn reads fairytales and goes out in the world to discover she can be a Queen without a King rescuing her.

By trying things such as kissing frogs and eating apples, Quinn learns she can live and be her own fairy tale with dreams in her heart.

There are also activities at the end of the book which are interesting and educational.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

My review of: How To Dress A Monster-written by Charmen McDaniel- Illustrated by Pamela McKee

MonstersAlmost all of us at one time, have dealt with our own monsters under the bed or have had a child who was afraid to go to sleep because they feared what lurked underneath just waiting to jump out and grab them.

This colorful book is a perfect bedtime story which will help dispel those fears, by using the child’s imagination to dress up these scary monsters into fun, less scary things!

With a cute story, and wonderful illustrations, this book is sure to bring joy to you and your child, and keep the scary monsters at bay!

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

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