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    Mia and Nattie: LSBBT Book Review & Giveaway

    I absolutely fell in love with this Marlene M. Bell’s sweet book Mia and Nattie and can’t wait to share it with my sister, who raises sheep and chickens and hogs, and actually had a similar situation with one of her lambs! (There is nothing cuter than a lamb in a diaper.) Read on to learn more about this adorable children’s book, check out the book trailer, AND enter the giveaway! Mia and Nattie: One Great Team! byMarlene M. Bell Genre: Children’s Picture Book (K-3rd Grade) / Farm AnimalsPublisher: Ewephoric PublishingDate of Publication: October 4, 2020Number of Pages: 34 pages  Scroll down for Giveaway!  Nattie’s mouth was a little crooked. Her legs…

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    A Vote Is A Powerful Thing by Catherine Stier – Book Blitz & Giveaway

    There couldn’t be a more perfect time for this picture book and it’s sweet, colorful illustrations. A Vote Is A Powerful Thing is the latest release from author Catherine Stier, whose other delightful and inspiring picture books include If I Were President and If I Ran for President. Learn more about the book and enter the giveaway for a fun bundle of Catherine Stier picture books, gift card, patriotic socks, and more! A VOTE IS A POWERFUL THINGBy CATHERINE STIERIllustrated by Courtney Dawson Children’s Picture Book / American Historical Fiction / Elections and Voting Ages 4-7 Publisher: Albert Whitman and CompanyDate of Publication: September 1, 2020Number of Pages: 32 Scroll down for the giveaway! Callie…

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    Book Blitz! THANK YOU, GARDEN by Liz Garton Scanlon

    Today I’m joining Lone Star Book Blog Tours to help spread our love for the delightful children’s picture book THANK YOU, GARDEN, written by Liz Garton Scanlon and illustrated by Simone Shin. Read on to learn more about this sweet book and enter the giveaway for a chance to win one of three copies of the book! THANK YOU, GARDEN By LIZ GARTON SCANLONIllustrated by Simone ShinChildren’s Picture Book / Poetry / Environment / Ages 3-7Publisher: Beach Lane Books / Simon & SchusterDate of Publication: March 3, 2020Number of Pages: 32 A community garden unites neighbors in this celebration of all the things that grow there, from flowers and fruits to…

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    Book Blog Tour: Hitchin’ Post

    HITCHIN’ POST by Julie Barker  Genre: Children’s Picture Book / Rhyming / K-3 Publisher: LifeRich Publishing Date of Publication: July 14, 2016 Number of Pages: 46 Scroll down for Giveaway!   Hard work and the cowboy life on the 6Bs Ranch is nothing new to old jackrabbit Hitchin’ Post.  Hitchin’ Post is a picture book written in rhyme describing old Hitch’s life on the 6Bs Ranch and his journey in finding what it truly means to be thankful.  His beloved ranch goes through a terrible drought, but Hitch decides that despite challenges, there is always something to be thankful for. He discovers that it is relationships with his friends and…

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    Picture Book Review: Almost a Minyan

    ALMOST A MINYAN by LORI S. KLINE ARTWORK BY SUSAN SIMON   Genre: Picture Book / Jewish Traditions Publisher: Sociosights Press  Facebook Twitter Date of Publication: April 5, 2017 Number of Pages: 40 Scroll down for Giveaway!   Will she be the one to take Grandfather’s place? According to Jewish tradition, a quorum of ten adults is required for public worship. Almost a Minyan traces the story of a young girl whose father and grandfather are regular participants in the town’s minyan – until her beloved Zayde passes on. Without him, it is even harder for her father to find enough people to make a minyan. Then one day, he brings Zayde’s…