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Monday, May 13, 2013

Children's Book Reviews (Expired Toys R Us Giveaway)

So did we all have a great Mother's Day? I'm sure you all got the naps you asked for, your husbands did the cooking and the dishes, and your kids were perfect little angels, right? No? That's odd, it didn't happen in our house either!

We did have a great day though, the family came over and we women cooked indoors while the men grilled outside. The kids all had fun and made an awful mess all over the house, and the day was wonderfully full of life and all the great things about being a mom. I hope you all had great days as well. Now it's back to thinking about others (as if we really stopped that at all yesterday) and what we can do for them. We mommies (and dads too!) tend to care so much for our kids that sometimes we nearly break the bank just trying to keep up with educational toys or giving them a treat!

The giveaway for Toys R Us has already ended, but don't let that stop you from checking out the great books below. You can buy the books on Amazon, or look for them in a library near you!

Still want to enter a giveaway? Check out the giveaways tab at the top of the page, or just click here to go straight there! Good luck!


Carole P. Roman recently released her fourth book in her Captain No Beard series.

This cute tale of the Captain and his crew not only teaches about strangers with the addition of Cabin Girl Cayla, but also about the importance of not judging people by the way they appear. Be sure to check out "Captain No Beard: Strangers on the High Seas".

And check out the second book in her series about countries around the world: "If You Were Me and Lived in...France - A Child's Introduction to Culture Around the World".

Each book covers a different nation which opens up a new world of culture and diversity to children. The books focus on life from a child's viewpoint to put things into an easy perspective for young minds.

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