Good day friends! Today, it is all about children’s books. I love children’s books. They are colorful, fun, and make my days brighter, and I want to share some favorites with you.
First up on today’s Roundup is Counting Kitties by Sarah Linx.
Counting Kitties is absolutely adorable.
I first bought this book for Kindle and I loved it so much that I had to buy the print version as well!
The print version is by far my favorite. The pages are so crisp and turning those pages makes my little heart flutter.
This book is perfect for small children as it is a counting book. The rhyme is wonderful for little ears and the illustrations are all hand-drawn by the author. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this book!
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Second up today is a story of a reindeer named Ronaldo.
This chapter book is written and illustrated by Maxine Sylvester and the first book in the series is called The Reindeer Flying Academy.
I picked up this book with my Kindle Unlimited subscription and I have to say that this is an absolutely delightful story.
Reading the full-color version made me smile so big! I can’t imagine any child not loving this book.
The author lists a target age of 6-10, but I really believe that anyone would love this series of books.
Check them out today and give yourself a little chuckle in the process grown-ups!
Third, I bring you Red Panda & Moon Bear!
Actually, if I am being honest, I was pointed in the direction of this graphic novel on Twitter by @sarahcatscats, and the fantastic @michele_mcavoy thought it would be a great idea to share it.
I have not read this one yet, but it is on my list of books to buy. I can tell you that it comes highly recommended by these lovely folks from the Twitterverse.
Here is the synopsis:
“Red Panda and Moon Bear are the defenders of their community! Together, these brave siblings rescue lost cats, scold bullies, and solve mysteries, all before Mama and Papa get home. But lately… the mysteries have been extra mysterious. All of RP and MB’s powers may not be enough to handle spooks, supervillains, alien invaders, and time warps! It’ll take all their imagination—and some new friends—to uncover the secret cause behind all these events before the whole world goes crazy.”
The recommended age given by the author is 9-12, though I think anyone with a love for graphic novels would love this and younger kids might enjoy looking at the pictures while a big person reads it to them.
These characters are incredibly cute! I can’t wait to see what antics they get up to!
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