Nonna’s Corner: A Giant Called Tiny by Poo

April 5th, 2017 Kimberly Review 20 Comments

5th Apr
Nonna’s Corner: A Giant Called Tiny by Poo

It’s time once again for Nonna’s Corner where I share books I am adding to my grandbabies bookshelf. Today, I have a story from a man his grandchildren call Poo. When his granddaughter Maggie asked, “Poo. Are toy going to get your stories made into a book?” How could he resist? A GIANT CALLED TINY is one of those stories. Enjoy!

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Nonna’s Corner: When You’re Feeling Sick by Coy Bowles

January 18th, 2017 Kimberly Review 10 Comments

18th Jan
Nonna’s Corner: When You’re Feeling Sick by Coy Bowles

It’s another edition of Nonna’s Corner. I started this feature when I became a Nonna. It is a chance for me to bond with my grandbabies, dubbed the “Royals” by a Caffeinated follower. As I explore books for them, I hope to share them with you. Today I am sharing my thoughts on the illustrated hardcover novel When You’re Feeling Sick.

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Nonna’s Corner: Picture Books for Christmas

December 7th, 2016 Kimberly Review 35 Comments

7th Dec
Nonna’s Corner: Picture Books for Christmas

The holiday season is in full swing, and today for Nonna’s Corner I am sharing two delightful picture books from Random House that are perfect for the wee one’s in your life. I love gifting books to young minds and seeing their happy faces come to life. The Twelve Days of Christmas: A Peek-Through Picture Book and The Lost Gift: A Christmas Story will make delightful editions to your bookshelf. Grab a cup of peppermint mocha and check them out.

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Nonna’s Corner: The Thank You Book by Mo Willems

September 14th, 2016 Kimberly Review 18 Comments

14th Sep
Nonna’s Corner: The Thank You Book by Mo Willems

Today on Nonna’s Corner I am delighted to share The Thank You Book by Mo Willems. I was leading a Bloggercon roundtable at BEA when the ticketed signing took place. Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun, loves Mr. Willems and graciously stood in line to get a signed copy for Princess Sophia. While this book is geared towards readers aged 4-8 and is perfect for grades 1-3, Sophia and I enjoyed the antics of Elephant and Piggie.

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