Quick Reads & Reviews of Children’s Books
I LOVE reading to my baby girl and sharing in her delight of stories.
With that in mind, I’ve made a little corner where she and I can read together and I can share our thoughts here.
May you and your own little ones be inspired to always keep reading and dreaming too.
What a fun book for the holiday season, connecting the topics of Christmas with the alphabet.read more
This book made me laugh out loud. It could not be more adorable. What a fun and fresh story for kiddos. The pictures are great and the board book quality is too. The rhyme is downright entertaining for children and adults alike. The unique and lighthearted twist on...read more
This sturdy book offers little ones a chance to touch and feel some of their favorite animals. The story itself is very simple, sharing a little polar bear’s adventures with fellow furry friends. I’d have to say the pictures were my favorite part. Each turn of the...read more
After loving the song and seeing the movie, I couldn't resist checking out this book adapted for children. I loved its approach of dreaming aloud with your kids what Heaven will be like some day. It encourages great conversation about our kids' relationship with...read more
Allison’s eyes lit up as soon as we opened this book. Full of her favorite animals and lots of vibrant colors, Night Night, Sleepytown held her attention to the final page.read more
This series offers a nice blend of charming illustrations, animal adventures, and valuable lessons for children.read more
This easy-to-read retelling of three parables from the Bible is warm and welcoming. It’s a perfect book to enjoy with your child.read more
This was a fun little story with a twist on Rudolph’s famous reindeer games. I loved the illustrations and the quirky characters.read more
This story is one of my favorites to read to Ally. It offers a sweet message of kindness and friendship with adorable pictures and lovable animals….read more
This story makes me laugh no matter how many time we’ve read it. It’s unique, colorful, and endearing. How could you forget a book about funny hippos and their belly buttons?read more