Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Emotional Explorers A Creative Approach to Managing Emotions Book Review


Emotional Explorers
A Creative Approach to Managing Emotions

Emotional Explorers is a much needed book that helps kids build deeper connections within themselves as well as the world around them. Following the activities in this book will help kids feel more anchored to their world and kids will walk away with a much fuller and richer understanding of themselves. I highly recommend it!  #EmotionalExplorers #NetGalley #Self-Help #ClassroomManagementMaria Mercè Conangla (Author)
Jaume Soler (Author)
Schiffer Kids
Children’s Books, Middle Grades, Self-Help

Publication Date: October 28, 2018


Emotional Explorers aims to help children between the ages of seven to “work in a responsible and decisive way to become more attuned to their emotional lives, leave a better world for those following them, and help those around them to grow.” Children will need help and guidance navigating the activities in the book which will create a great line of communication between child and adult.

Emotional Explorers is a much needed book that helps kids build deeper connections within themselves as well as the world around them. Following the activities in this book will help kids feel more anchored to their world and kids will walk away with a much fuller and richer understanding of themselves. I highly recommend it!

If you’re interested in reading Emotional Explorers, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon

*A copy of this book was provided free of charge for an honest review.



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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

The Cow Said Neigh! A Farm Story Book Review


The Cow Said Neigh! Wonderfully illustrated and humorous and with rhythm, rhyme, and animal sounds, this book is sure to be a crowd pleaser! #thecowsaidneigh #childrenslit #book #picturebook #netgalleyThe Cow Said Neigh!
A Farm Story

Rory Feek (Author)
Bruno Robert (Illustrator)
Thomas Nelson
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book

Publication Date: October 2, 2018


When a cow sees a horse running wild and free it lets out an envious “neigh.” That horse sees a duck. No one rides on a duck’s back, so the horse gives out an envious “quack.” On it goes through the farm with animals envying something about another until even the farmer gets involved.

Wonderfully illustrated and humorous and with rhythm, rhyme, and animal sounds, this book is sure to be a crowd pleaser!

If you’re interested in reading The Cow Said Neigh!, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon

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Monday, November 12, 2018

Sleep, Sheep! Book Review


Sleep, Sheep! Humorous, and very relatable. Kids will enjoy Duncan’s predicament while parents will delight in the irony. #sleepsheep #picturebook #netgalleySleep, Sheep!

Kerry Sparrow (Author)
Guillaume Perreault (Illustrator)
Kids Can Press
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book

Publication Date: October 2, 2018


Duncan loves pretty much everything about bedtime except for actually going to sleep. While he has many, many strategies to avoid the sleeping aspect of bedtime, his mom has a few tricks up her sleeve too. When Duncan can’t think of another excuse, he decides to start counting sheep. In a clever twist, Sheep #68 has a lot of reasons why just can’t jump over the bed yet, and Duncan gets a taste of his own medicine.

Humorous, and very relatable. Kids will enjoy Duncan’s predicament while parents will delight in the irony.

If you’re interested in reading Sleep, Sheep!, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon

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Friday, November 9, 2018

Edison The Mystery of the Missing Mouse Treasure Book Review


If you like Lindbergh or Armstrong, then you’ll appreciate Kuhlmann’s latest mouse edition: Edison. #Edison #NetGalley #PictureBook #ChildrensLitEdison
The Mystery of the Missing Mouse Treasure

Torben Kuhlmann
(Author, Illustrator)
North South Books Inc.
Children’s Fiction, Picture Book

Publication Date: October 2, 2018


If you like Lindbergh or Armstrong, then you’ll appreciate Kuhlmann’s latest mouse edition: Edison

Pete the mouse is on a quest to find more information about a mouse ancestor and possible missing treasure. An adventurous story and Kuhlmann’s intricate illustrations are sure to please!

If you’re interested in reading Edison, you can purchase a copy here on Amazon


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