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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Books for the Easter Basket for Little Ones!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received these books,free of charge,from Parragon Publishing and Tommy Nelson Books, for review purposes on this blog, and the giveaway from Tommy Nelson as well. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about them.

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Looking for some fun Easter books to add to Easter Baskets for younger kids?
I've got 2 today that are perfect for night time reading together with parents!

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Night Night Farm by Amy Parker

After the success the Night Night series, which has sold close to 400,000 books, Night NightFarm Touch and Feel will snuggle into the hearts of readers with its adorable depiction of thefarm animals settling in for the night

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With its new touch and feel element on every spread, your children (recommended for ages 2-5), will love saying good night to the farm animals while snuggling in bed with their mommies and daddies, and saying their good night prayers to God. Your child will feel the fluffy fur of sheep, pat the hair on the horse, touch the fuzzy blankie covering the little mice, and more! The rhyming is enticing, as are the colored illustrations by Virginia Allyn, once again! It's a fun book, and if you add a plush farm animal to the basket, made even more special! 

and for children a bit older:

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Dream You'll Be by Joseph T Garcia

Go to bed each sleepy child, And dream what dreams you might. Dreaming's good most anytime, But especially at night. Imagine all the amazing things that you can be, A mountain climber or captain on the sea. Some wonderful things are in this book, So turn the pages and have a look. Dream You'll Be is written by Joseph T. Garcia and whimsically illustrated by Kimberley Barnes. This book is aimed at kids 3-6

dream youll be sample

My only complaint, is that it is confusing whether it is a girl and a girl in the illustrations, or a girl and a boy. If its meant to be both girls, then putting earrings on the girl above would have cleared up the gender issue, and not left kids wondering if only the science careers were for boys. if both are supposed to be girls, then kudos for showing girls in all types of professions. 

So depending on your take on that subject, will be how you read this book to YOUR child. the illustrations are bright, and the rhyming fun, making it perfect for kids dreaming of who they will be when they grow up.

Be sure to check out the Top Shelf listing, as this book is on it this month! 

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One BTHM reader will win their own copy of Night Night Farm!

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