Hey guys! ❤ Today I’m hosting a spot on the ELEANOR, ALICE, AND THE ROOSEVELT GHOSTS by Dianne K. Salerni Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. As always please don’t forget you can enter the giveaway for a chance to win!Continue reading “Eleanor, Alice and the Roosevelt Ghosts – Blog Tour”
Hey guys! Happy Monday ❤ In lieu of my usual Monday post, I’m happy to share with you my review for this book. It’s been a little while since I decided to take part in a tour and I’m really excited to be a part of this one! So here is my stop for the BROTHER’S KEEPER by Julie Lee Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. As always, don’t forget there is a giveaway at the end. Make sure to follow the link!Continue reading “Brothers Keeper – Blog Tour”
Quick review for you today guys! So funny story, I read this and left a review for it on Goodreads. I think I review the wrong one (face palm). There are many of these graphic novels and there’s already a 4th one on Goodreads, but the cover is different? However the cover to this one is not finalized so……..(arm shrug emoji). Sorry about that! I’m working on correcting this of course! I just wanted to share the book with you.Continue reading “The Nightmare Before Christmas – Zero’s Journey Graphic Novel Book 4 – Review”
Genre: Children’s, Children’s Picture BooksContinue reading “My Mommy and Me, My Daddy and Me – Book Review”
Author: Mack Van Gagledonk
Publisher: Clavis Publishing
Genre: Children’s Fiction
“I’m really good at giving kisses. Every night I make sure all the animals get a good-night kiss. Then they can sleep tight.”
Before going to bed, Chick wants to give all the animals a good-night kiss. Meet the crocodile who’s floating in the water, the rooster who’s crowing loud, the horse running in the meadow, and the cutest art ever. From the big lion to the little hedgehog, they all get a sweet kiss from little Chick. Until he gets tired himself….
What a very sweet bed time story. I read this with my newborn. Even though he can’t understand the words yet, I shared each kiss with him and we greatly enjoyed looking at the pictures.
The main character, a baby chick, kisses each of his friends good night. Giving them a sense of love and some well wishes of good dreams. What an attitude to promote! This is definitely a book that my son, if he were a bit older, would get a lot out of.
I did feel that it was a bit long. Kids reading this on their own or with siblings would easily get bored after several animals and a repetitive plot. There was definitely more potential here that could have been tapped into. However the simplicity of this little book goes a long way. The illustration was a great way to introduce animals from all over the world to young minds.
I can’t say I would recommend this book. While the idea of it was very cute it just wasn’t great. If I’m having trouble staying interested, there’s no way it will hold my sons interest.
I’m gonna have to give this one a 2.5 stars.
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for this honest review.*
I’m still reeling from all the crazy life changes going on. The baby is growing bigger everyday and my tummy is getting a little bumpier all the time!
For this month I decided to try and keep it light with the reading. Here are the books I currently have….
This last one has been pretty helpful so far. SO many scary changes are happening to my body and can I just say my mind is BLOWN to pieces……..already!
What books have you gotten this month? Or maybe you’ve already read some of these, or are currently working on them yourself. Feel free to share your thoughts below!