Super Dad! Personalized Storybook from iSeeMe

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's SUPER DAD! iSeeMe Personalized Children's Books just released an adorable Father's Day book titled Super Dad! Super Dad is a personalized book  that will make any dad feel like a superhero when his name and photo are used in the story! iSeeMe has always created amazing personalized books that... Continue Reading →


Shopping For A Bookworm

The bookworm in the family tends to be the hardest to shop for.  With their ever-growing collection, it is almost impossible to find a new book that they don't already have! It is also important to find a new book that they are sure to love. When it comes to new books, bookworms tend to... Continue Reading →

Bookcase Club: May

I know last month I said I wished BookCase Club would send more classics, but I am 100% satisfied with my daughter's May box. I have never seen or heard of any of the books in this month's box, nor did I recognize any of the authors.  We received a copy of The Grasshopper &... Continue Reading →

Kingdom of You from Lost My Name

A few months ago I reviewed  The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name from Lost My Name and it was a HUGE hit. Well, recently Lost My Name released a new customizable book titled Kingdom of You and I was more than excited to review this one as well! This new story is about a child... Continue Reading →

Kids BookCase.Club: April

This month's Kids BookCase.Club was one of our favorites to date! I liked this month's box because I recognized all four of the books immediately. We received a copy of Froggy Gets A Doggy by Jonathan London, a copy of The Boy and the Whale by Michael Moniz, a copy of The Hive: Buzzbee the Magician by Grosset & Dunlap and a copy of Henry Hubble's Book... Continue Reading →

Kids BookCase.Club: March

My daughter has been waiting for her book delivery for weeks, and it finally came! This month's Kids BookCase box is absolutely adorable. We received three hand picked books which included Beep!Beep Go To Sleep by Todd Tarpley and John Rocco, Hansel & Gretel by Holly Hobbie, and Marley: The Dog Who Ate My Homework (I Can... Continue Reading →

Otis Grows by Kathryn Hast

Otis Grows is one of my favorite new books on the market. Explaining certain issues to children can be difficult, but Kathryn Hast really tackled a hard-to-explain issue with Otis Grows. Otis Grows explores the issues of family conflict. This book did a wonderful job of understanding what happens when mom and dad don't get along,... Continue Reading →

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