Welcome to Nonna’s Corner. Today I am sharing The Letter written by N.D. Byma and illustrated by Amanda Grove. Grab a cup of coffee and check out my thoughts on this colorful reader’s favorite.
by N.D. Byma
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The Letter is a fun, unique and beautifully illustrated story about a young girl who goes to a park to write a letter to someone very special but cannot find the words. What she soon discovers is that fate will write the letter for her in the most unlikely of ways with the help of some unlikely characters. With laughs, adventure and a strong message, The Letter teaches its readers that they are truly special, quirks and all
N.D. Byma was kind enough to send me a hardcover edition of The Letter and Sophia and I quickly began reading. The story is beautifully illustrated both inside and out by Amanda Grove. The colors are vivid and the font used for telling the story is cute. Each page offer a few sentences making it easy for early readers to follow along. The story begins with a little girl trying to write a very special letter at the park. Unable to think of the words she sets it on a park bench. Throughout the day folks find the letter and add to it. This was fun, adorable and added a little suspense from things happening to the letter to finding out what it says. Sophia while very little loved the vivid images and of course Nonna’s hilarious narration and sound effects. I can definitely see why The Letter is a reader’s favorite. It’s message is sweet and the adventure was fun. The Letter is available in Hardcover and as an eBook.
This sounds so sweet!
Oh this author is local to me! I love those illustrations!
Tyler H Jolley
This is beautifully illustrated and one you’d absolutely need to have in a hardcover format. I feel like an ebook would never do it justice. This is a perfect book to read with my two younger kids. Thanks for sharing it, I’m ordering it now.
Priscilla and her Books
I love the message of the book. It reminds me of the time when I used to write letters to my pen pals 🙂
It sounds charming, and I love the illustration you showed!
Blessie (Mischievous Reads)
How cute! All these cute children books makes just wanna go borrow a baby for an hour and play with them and read to them and stuff, lmao.
Awww, this sounds absolutely adorable 😀 The premise reminds me of a game where my friends and I take turns adding stuff to a story. The ilustrations look so cute, too!
Gorgeous illustrations! Glad this was such a great read for the both of you. 😉
Looks like a cute book! I like this Nonna’s Corner feature very much 🙂
This story looks so fun! My daughter loves when I read to her and I’m always on the look out for a story she will enjoy! I like that there were vivid and colorful images, a little suspense and adventure, as well as only a little bit of writing for younger kids! Thanks for sharing!!! P.S. I like to do all of the fun voices too, and I love how you show pictures of the book along with your review.
I love your Nonna’s Corner posts! This one is full-on sweetness 🙂 Beautiful book.
Looks like an adorable kids book.
I love the illustrations on this one and the plot sounds very unique. I can see why both you and Sophia enjoyed this one!
Awwe this book is super cute! I loved the ilustrations and I’m sure they had to take a really long time to do. This is perfect for a young Reader. Lovely review. 🙂
I love it!!!!! Thanks for the review!!!!
I’m teaching my daughter how to read and this looks like a good one for her to try.
Oh it’s so cute to have a book like that.
Sounds good 🙂