Sunday, January 11, 2015

Amazon Indie Children's Books Review+Giveaway


I am going to tell you about the collection of Indie Children's Books we got. We love them all and the ones we received were the Calling all Grammies,Christmas on the farm, Captain no beard and the Aurora Borealis, and the Christmas Witchling. We loved all these books but one of them stuck out a lot more then the others and that book is called Calling all Grammies now you ask why did this one touch us the most??? Well you won't believe it but it was the talk around Christmas in our family besides the good story and message it sends. My children have a Grammie and we spell it the same way. On top of that we started to read the book and when we opened it we saw Grammie and guess what she was wearing a Steelers shirt "our" Grammie is a huge Steelers fan you know we had to take it over there to show her and she was so excited about the book she had to keep it and read it for herself.





·         Calling All Grammies – A Christmas Tale of Friendship, an inventive story by Flo Barnet features an intrepid grandma and her friends from around the world, who band together to save the day when Santa’s sleigh breaks down and can’t be fixed in time to take to the skies for Christmas. Flo began writing children’s books at age 68 because she wanted to leave her seven grandchildren something special to remember her by. 
·         Christmas on the Farm, an engaging rhyming picture book by Beau Blackwell, featuring a whole barnyard of adorably illustrated animals, reinforces that the true meaning of Christmas is about the spirit of friendship and giving to others. Beau has two small children who he reads to every night, and his goal was to create a Christmas book that he could share with them and that would also make a great holiday gift for friends, family and beyond.
·         Captain No Beard and the Aurora Borealis, a charming winter’s tale and the newest addition to the award-winning Captain No Beard book series by Carole P. Roman, finds the daring pirate Captain No Beard and his loyal crew heaving anchor for adventure as they steer a course due north for the icy waters of the Arctic. A prolific writer, Carole’s work is inspired by the antics of her grandchildren and she often features them in the pages of her books.

·         The Christmas Witchling, an enchanting chapter book by D. Byron Patterson featuring the brave 8-year-old Witchling Tulie Flue, who struggles to set everything right after it all goes wrong in a heartwarming tale about courage, friendship and the wonder of the holiday season. Before deciding to indie publish his books, Byron had been telling his tales for years, holding the kids of friends and family spellbound.



Disclaimer: I was sent products for free to review for my honest opinion. These products are from a PR agency or a company. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Your opinions may vary from my opinions. Please allow 8 weeks to receive product. For Giveaway items.


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15 comments:

  1. My favorite Christmas book is The Polar Express!

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  2. I like all kinds of books, but I love fiction and YA most.

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  3. We got a new one this year that was really cute called Elf Memoirs. But I really like the Polar Express too

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  4. I love pretty much all books! Fiction and True Crime are my favorite types.

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  5. My kids and I like the book Santa Quits

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  6. The Night Before Christmas

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  7. My favorite type of books are mystery.

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  8. I love The Night Before Christmas

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  9. My favorite Christmas book is T'was The Night Before Christmas.

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  10. I like historical fiction books the best

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  11. For sure PolarExpress

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