My kiddos love spotting Momo in all three books, and I think they’d be a great activity for kids to do without Mama’s help. Those are some of my favorite options.
And this long-winded story brings us to today’s recommended picture-book author: Ryan T. Higgins.
We’ve discovered a few fun counting books over the years, so I thought I’d share. Some are a bit annoying, as they force the reader to make sound effects. Of course, these are the ones the toddler returns to over and over and…
Ever wondered where great books are born? Well, after my weekend in Miami, I have your answer.
Here are some fun, not-too-scary Halloween books for you to peruse. My advice? Hit up your library immediately. I’m always too late for holiday books, so my son gets to hear Christmas books in about February. True story.
I’ve been to roughly 147 baby showers in the past few years. I’ve also been the subject of a handful, so I’m going to give you my two cents about giving books at baby showers.
One day in our living room, I found myself studying our shelf of library books (I keep them separate from our personal books Mama would go mad looking for lost library books). I noticed something fun and clever.
I don’t even like coffee, and I’m looking forward to pumpkin-spice season.
This has been a very book-filled week. I don’t say this to brag of my benevolence or generosity, as Mama still flipped on some periodic, “educational-ish” screen time. However, we took a serendipitous journey to my parents’ house and let the grandparents shower my sweet babies with literary repetition.
Mama Monkey is the single (?) mother of juvenile quintuplet simians, more commonly known to the literary world as “The Five Little Monkeys.” And who, according to my in-depth research and with the addition of common sense, can be described only as a hot mess.