During the month of September I reviewed four awesome books from Eifrig Publishing. Here is a compilation of those reviews!
Big and Strong I Belong
This story follows Sara, a little girl who is big, as she deals with others teasing her and making fun of her size. Initially Sara is hurt by the words of others but, as the story goes on she learns to find her strengths and be proud of who she is.
I would definitely recommend this book to any parent of a little one that needs a reminder they are amazing & special no matter what anyone else might say. This would also be a good book for any kiddos that might be unknowingly picking on someone else for their size as it will help them understand how their words might be hurting others.
Leave it to Me
‘Leave it to Me’ is about a little girl named Sophie, who is all about finding the fun around her rather than looking at a device. The story follows a day in the life of her family as they head out on an adventure. Each of her family members resorts to using their devices for various reasons (check the weather, look up a location, play a game) but little Sophie would rather use the world around her to solve their problems and have some fun.
This is a cute little story for kids 3-5 that might be starting to become a little too reliant on devices for fun. It shows how the world around is just as good (if not better!) than what you can find on your device and that sometimes you just need to have some good old fashioned fun!
Pajama Mama Monday
This sweet little story follows a day in the life of a family who decides to just stay in their PJs all day and have fun together. It is a great reminder of how much fun you can have around the house with a little imagination and of course, pajamas!
Children aged 3-5 would definitely get a lot out of this story and be able to draw inspiration for their own family fun day from the suggestions in the book. A definite read for anyone with little ones!
Walter and the Wallet
This is such a great little story that follows 9-year-old Walter who is having a terrible day until he finds a lost wallet. At first he’s so excited about all the things he will do with his new found wealth until he realizes that taking the wallet will really hurt someone.
This is a perfect book for 6-8 year olds and has a wonderful message told in a very fun and relatable way. Definitely worth the read.
I hope you will enjoy these books as much as we did!
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