This is a beautiful poem that would work well as a bedtime book. The words are soft and flowing and they express the love a mother has for a child. The illustrations go very well with the words. I enjoyed this book immensely.
I grabbed this book because it was a freebie on Amazon. I read it quickly, since it was short. It was about an awful behaving child who was acting up, and the only part that I really liked about the book was that the mother didn’t give in to the bad behavior. The illustrations are ok, and some of the descriptions were definitely written for pre-teen boys. It definitely isn’t a book I will read again.
This is a short picture book with an animal for each letter of the alphabet. No story involved, but the illustrations are cute.
A Hug and a Kiss is Every Baby’s Bliss: How Your Baby Learns to Love: Your Baby Learns to be Affectionate when He Feels Your Love for Him. Hugs and Kisses … Books for 3 year Old by Melissa Winn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was a cute book on how babies learn to love from their parents. It has cute illustrations and a little blurb about each type of animal. Small children would enjoy this being read to them while they look at the pictures.
I really enjoyed this book. The illustrations were wonderful and the story itself was fun but not too silly. It was clear that the story was a dream and not just a weird thing that happened. Children would love to have this story read to them and the adult reading would not be bored.
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I went to the Politics and Prose Zoom meeting for the new books by Chelsea Clinton, Lisa Cline-Ransome, Andrea Davis Pinkney and Atia Abawi. Deborah D. Taylor was the moderator.
I had read the book by Chelsea Clinton, She Persisted, a while ago. It’s the wonderful children’s book that tells of 13 women who made history.
The new stories that are coming out are by these authors. The women they wrote about are Harriet Tubman, Claudette Colvin, and Sally Ride. Also, a book about women in sports is being published.
So far, the She Persisted series has been wonderful for children to read. I look forward to reading them all as they come out.
I picked this up in November, but just got around to actually finishing it, just in time for Christmas. It’s a series of cute stories for kids about being thankful. Not one of them was condescending as children’s books sometimes are. I recommend this book for preteen readers.
This book had wonderful illustrations. There were very few words, but the point still came across. The book was about neighbors coming together to make and eat hot pot. Each of the neighbors brings something to the table to cook and share. It’s a story about being together and sharing the work and each other’s company. I was a little disappointed when the neighbors seem to have left and didn’t finish doing the dishes with cleanup.
The food and neighbors were drawn well and I loved the way that all the colors came together to make the story complete.
This is a very timely and cute concept. This parody book would mostly go over a child’s head, but I suspect it was truly written for adults. I did enjoy the read. The drawings were nice, and went along with the original book.