St. Patricks Day Printable



I had a book prepared for you today, but with it being St. Patrick's Day, I'm going to wait until next week. So with that being said, I want to wish you a Happy St. Patrick's Day! I also have a printable that I want to share with you. This printable is free for you to download and share with your friends and family. Have an amazing day today everyone!
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The Prince and the Porker - by Peter Bently


I'm a bit late in posting today's book, but as they say, better late than never. Right? I had a lot of laughs reading this new book that I'm sharing with you today and it is one that I think the entire family will enjoy. Today I bring to you:

The Prince and the Porker Hardcover – by Peter Bently

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My Kicks: A Sneaker Story - by Susan Verde


Last week was supposed to be an entire week of books, however, we missed Friday's book. I didn't want to disappoint you, so instead I'm here to share it with you today. Have you ever had that pair of shoes that you didn't want to get rid of. I know I had a few favorite pairs that mommy decided was time to go, but I didn't want to see them go. Today's book explores the love and pride that kids have for their sneakers and the joy that can be found in growing up, growing out, and moving on. It's my pleasure to introduce to you:

My Kicks: A Sneaker Story - by Susan Verde

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Tinyville Town: I'm a Librarian - by Brian Biggs


Do you love visiting your local library? I know I do. It's the one place that I can go and read all the books I want. My local library allows you to enroll your children as early as newborn into the library system. After all, one of the best ways to teach language to a child is by reading to them. However, do you know the job of a librarian? Today's book teaches you all about them in:

Tinyville Town: I'm a Librarian by Brian Biggs

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Rosie Revere's Big Project Book for Bold Engineers


It's day three of our book reviews. I did tell you that this was going to be an exciting week. A week filled with books and more books. If you have a budding inventor on your hands then today's book is the perfect book for you. This book is filled with lots of activities and is the perfect STEM activity book. Today I present:

Rosie Revere's Big Project Book for Bold Engineers by Andrea Beaty

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The Fix It Man - by Dimity Powell


While I don't remember my grandmother as well as I would like, I do have photos of her. There are a few memories there and I can pick her out from a photo. I was a little too young to truly understand what it meant when she passed away. I just knew that I was never going to see her again. Today's book is a great way to introduce children to loss and one that I love. Here is today's book:

The Fix It Man - by Dimity Powell

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Today I Feel... An Alphabet of Feelings - by Madalena Moniz


This week is going to be a fun week because I will be sharing with you one book, each and every day. As a pre-schooler I'm all about feelings. I know how to show them and I also know how to keep them inside.  Sometimes they may even come out without me even wanting them to. That's why today's book means so much to me. It's not just about feelings but learning the alphabet, so it's a two in one winner. Today's book is:

Today I Feel... An Alphabet of Feelings - Written and Illustrated by Madalena Moniz

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6 Fun Facts About New York City


New York City, the city that never sleeps. One of my mom's favorite songs has always been New York, New York by Frank Sinatra. Having spent most of her life in Brooklyn, New York, it's considered her second home. My brothers and sister grew up there while I was born in Colorado. I still however have lots of family there, grandparents, aunts, uncles and many, many cousins, and I visit regularly. The words of Frank Sinatra still ring true, if you can make it here you can make it anywhere!
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The Lorax Truffula Trees


Today is Dr. Seuss Day and in honor of his big day I wanted to share with you a super simple easy craft, The Lorax Truffula Trees. Mommy and I love reading Dr. Seuss books and Mommy did a post a few years ago where she explained Why Your Children Should Read Dr. Seuss Books. One of my favorite movie from Dr. Seuss has been The Lorax but I have seen quite a few other movies, including Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who and The Grinch. However, I love the story behind the Lorax so without further ado, here are my truffula trees.
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