The Cat Who Lost His Meow $50 Book Blast Giveaway

About the Book Title: The Cat Who Lost His Meow | Author: Angela Muse | Illustrator: Helen H. Wu | Publication Date: June 1, 2014 | Publisher: Independent | Pages: 32 | Recommended Ages: 3+ Summary: Chester the lazy calico cat has suddenly lost his meow. He’s looking everywhere, but can’t seem to find his voice. When Chester puts himself in a frightening situation he … [Read more...]

Reasons My Kid is Crying: Hilarious Comfort for Parents With Toddlers

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    All the many many completely logical reasons that children cry.  When Dad, Greg Pembroke decided to stay at home a couple times per week to be with his son, he stumbled upon a gold mind of hilarity.  With a cause and effect motif familiar to every toddler parent, Reasons My Kid is Crying  is loaded with kids breaking down over things  seen by an adult … [Read more...]

Kids Yoga Stories – Keeping Kids (Toddler to Pre-School) Active and Reading

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    Hello Bali is the perfect solution for active toddlers that struggle with sitting still through an entire book and for young children and families that are working on becoming less sedentary! Parents of toddlers and young children will adore sharing this book as a family.  Hello Bali offers an excellent and fun opportunity to  read, learn, and perhaps … [Read more...]

let’s sew together – simple projects the whole family can make by Rubyellen Bratcher

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As a mother with two little ones, I completely understand Bratcher's motivation in creating fun crafts and memorable activities to share with her daughters.  Wait till you hear their names - so unique and beautiful!  I have a list of sewing projects I desperately want to complete for and with my littles.  Halloween costumes, flannel story board pieces, and handkerchief dresses … [Read more...]

The Imagination Station: The Redcoats Are Coming! (Book Review)

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 Many thanks to the author and Tyndale House Publishers  for providing me a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. The Imagination Station books are published through Focus on the Family.  In these children's books a moral or ethical situation is encountered or a historical event is discussed.  With each story the situation or event is addressed through a … [Read more...]