Nonna’s Corner: Pink Hair, Blue Hair by Jenna Lyn Field

July 29th, 2015 Kimberly Review 43 Comments

29th Jul

Welcome to Nonna’s Corner. Today I am sharing Pink Hair, Blue Hair by Jenna Lyn Field. Grab a cup of coffee and check out my thoughts on this colorful book that teaches children to love themselves. Thanks to the author we have a giveaway for a copy of Pink Hair, Blue Hair.

Nonna’s Corner: Pink Hair, Blue Hair by Jenna Lyn Field
Pink Hair, Blue Hair
by Jenna Lyn FIeld
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 30
Source: Author
Purchase: Amazon
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We are all unique!

Pink Hair, Blue Hair is a wonderful celebration of being ourselves, whoever we are - a must read for children everywhere.

Pink Hair, Blue Hair by Jenna Lyn Field is a children’s book that teaches young ones to embrace diversity and appreciate that they are unique. It doesn’t matter what you wear or what color your hair is. You are you and however you look, you should love being you. It also teaches children to appreciate the differences in those around us. The images are simplistic and the words are simple sentences perfect for an early reader. This was an easy read to share with Sophia and while she can’t appreciate the message she loved the faces on each of the children.

“Blue jeans, green jeans…..are just things to where.”

inside Pink Hair, Blue Hair

About Jenna Lyn FIeld

Jenna Lyn Field

Author of children’s picture books, Jenna Lyn Field is the pen name of adult author J.A. Belfield. She lives in Solihull, England, with the best husband in the world, aka Mr B, a couple of back-chatting but pretty cool kids, a pooch she treats likes the baby of the house, and a scrawny cat that drives her insane.

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About Kimberly
Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. She's a self-professed Whovian, as well as a Supernatural, and Sherlock Holmes junkie, She enjoys sharing books, tips, recipes and hosting the Sunday Post. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat...Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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43 Responses to “Nonna’s Corner: Pink Hair, Blue Hair by Jenna Lyn Field”

  1. kindlemom1

    I love that we have these type of reads out there for young children! I love the pics in this and honestly, the whole idea!

  2. Ro

    This is something that my grandbaby would totally enjoy! Thanks for the post! Hugs…

  3. Lola

    This looks like an adorable book for young readers. I am glad to hear Sophia enjoyed it!

  4. Ramona

    I love when you feature these little books for young readers! And, well, if Sophia liked it, what better recommendation can anyone need? πŸ™‚

  5. Lindy

    I love books that teach diversity to children! This story looks simple enough for young ones to understand, and I love the illustrations! Lovely Review Kim πŸ™‚

  6. Kathy

    What a cute (that word sounds like it underrates what I think, but I don’t mean it that way) and very important book! I’m ashamed to say that I actually know a few adults to whom this book should be read.

  7. Angela Adams

    What a great book! Thanks for the post. Children need to learn from early on that we’re all different, and that’s okay!!

  8. laura thomas

    So sweet. I love big colorful illustrations along with a fun story with a message of togetherness and understanding. Lovely book:)

  9. Tammy V.

    My first granddaughter will turn 1 on the 21st and I am getting books ready for our reading times. I started with my nephews and nieces and got them into reading. My daughters of course are readers too. Love talking to them about books.

  10. La La in the Library

    I love Nona’s Corner. I have already started a library collection, both ebooks and physical, for my someday grandchildren, and love seeing the newer Children’s publications. πŸ™‚

    • kimbacaffeinate

      That is wonderful. Right now Sophia has the bottom shelf in my family room. If I have any say she will be a reader like her Nonna and Momma