Monthly Archives: January 2016

Annalise’s Up and Down Day by Denise Jenne–Review by Bethanie

Annalise's up and down day

Annalise’s Up and Down Day

By: Denise Jenne

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Such a sweet little book. We all have those days and little Annalise is no exception. The illustrations are beautiful watercolor media and the story is the perfect length for the attention span of a young child, which is who this book is written for.  I would definitely reccommend this book for parents of young children. It is a cute picture book. Thank you Ms. Jenne for sharing this book with me!

~Bethanie

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Bees Like Flowers by Rebecca Bielawski–Review by Bethanie

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Bees Like Flowers is precious.  Each of the Mummy Nature books is very child-friendly. The colors are bright, and that alone would keep a child’s interest. This little book gives a good child-perfect explanation of how honey is made and what happens in a beehive. I love the little bees’ face. It makes them seem friendly. The choice of flowers she used were some of my favorites, the sunflower especially.

Ms. Bielawski has once again created a colorful and fun way to teach your little ones about nature. The Mummy Nature books will keep a child’s interest by the rhythm and beautiful colors. I would recommend these to anyone who has little children in their families.

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Traveling Seeds by Rebecca Bielawski–Review by Bethanie

 

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Ms. Bielawski has once again created a colorful and fun way to teach your little ones about parts of nature. This book discusses in a fun, child-like perfection the ways a seed can travel and make new plants. I love the color and the rhythm to the books. Young children and toddlers’ will love this book.

The Mummy Nature books are part of a series that  will keep a child’s interest by the rhythm and beautiful colors. I would recommend these to anyone who has little children in their families.

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