I Didn’t Do It (a Review)

Are you a dog lover? Is your family a “dog family”? Have you recently welcomed a new puppy into your family? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you are going to love the book I Didn’t Do It by Patricia MacLachlan and Emily MacLachlan Charest. We recently stumbled across this book […]

Press Here by Herve Tullet (A Review)

Do you have have a time when you pick up a book that looks pretty cool and it becomes a family favorite? We experienced that with the book Press Here by Herve Tullet. What makes Press Here so special is it’s simplicity. The book is full of dots. Red, yellow, and blue. Each page you […]

The Train of States (a Review)

“The train of states is rolling by — rush to the window and watch it go! — The very first car? The very first state: — Delaware, of course, — followed by Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia … — fifty in all. — The caboose? Washington, D.C.! Look closely! What do you see? — State birds, […]

The Velveteen Rabbit (a Review)

Summary The Velveteen Rabbit is such a touching and magical story of a boy’s love for his very special toy. It is about a stuffed rabbit toy given to a boy on Christmas Day. Along with other fancier and shinier gifts, the little rabbit toy is not a big hit, so he is kept in […]

Fin M’Coul, the Giant of Knockmany Hill (a Review)

With St. Patrick’s day right around the corner, I decided to share and review one of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day themed books: Fin M’Coul, the Giant of Knockmany Hill, written and illustrated by Tomie dePaola. This storybook brings to life an Irish tale that has been handed down from generation to generation about the popular […]