Working From Home

Sometimes it’s hard to put into words how amazing it has been for my family since I’ve been working from home. Spending time with my daughter and family has obviously been the highlight but there have been many more unexpected “bonuses”. I love to talk about children’s books.  Talking about books has just become a More …

Art Books For Toddlers

We all know children love to get messy! I love this art book for toddlers and preschoolers! The best creations sometimes result from the messiest activities. I’ve fallen in love these fingerprint books from Usborne. The ink pad is connected to the book and children can contain their masterpieces directly inside of the book. Finally, More …

Comparing And Contrasting With Books

Comparing and contrasting is a skill that can be fun and educational. Children need visual aids to entertain them while they master this skill. Check out this video from Kane Miller featuring one of their new books, Town and Country.  A fun turnaround book that helps children with comparing and contrasting by looking at the differences More …

Love Children’s Books?

It’s ok to admit it, I love children’s books too! You even might say I have a bit of an addiction. 🙂  I simply adore the world-renowned children’s book publisher, Usborne Books & More and everything that it has done for my family.  From friendships, steady income, trips around the world, to my daughter discovering More …

Sticker Books For The Summer!

These new sticker books are adorable and totally portable for all of that summer traveling! My daughter and her friends drool over these miniature books! They are a mini version of Usborne’s most popular sticker book, Dolly Dressing, but the characters are little girls! So sweet! We love to take these everywhere we go…restaurants, roadtrips, More …

What Is Summer Slide And How Parents Can Prevent It

Studies have shown that if students do not have access to books or do not read during the summer lose up to 3 months of reading performance.  Those losses accumulate during the elementary school years so that by the time a child enters middle school, he or she may be up to 2 ½ years More …