Happy Wednesday Lovelies!
With the holidays upon us, nothing is more important than family! This is the time to eat together, play together, and READ together! I know many of you have tiny humans at home, mini make believers and young readers, who will eventually enter our adult world with love for books and stories. How about getting them the perfect gift, and an excuse to spend more time with them, a fun, cute book with a moral lesson that they can read alone, or you can read with them!
Book Title: Teensy the Littlest Fairy
Book Author: Claressa Swensen
Page Count: 48
Publishing Date: February 2nd, 2016
Publisher: Youngster Kids, LLC
Date Read: December 10th, 2017
“Fairies were fluttering about, making sure their chores were done before play time.”
Teensy the Littlest Fairy is perfect for small children who hate vegetables! It is short, sweet, and to the point. It has beautiful pictures, a little humor, a great moral, and faeries! It is captivating and enchanting, and sure to entice young kids to eat their veggies!
I think this one is perfect for all small children. It is well written and has captivating pictures! I love the moral of the story and I really love the uniqueness of the plot. I feel like I would have loved this one as a child, and if I had any children, I would definitely be reading it to them!
I think Claressa has a very elegant writing style. For a picture book, this one felt like a full kid’s story. I think this is perfect for anyone looking for a new book for story time!
“The more vegetables she ate, the more she grew!”
Thank you to the author for sending me this free e-book in exchange for my honest review!
Quotes used are from the book, written by the author.
My beautiful sister in law has 3 tiny humans of her own. She also babysits many more tiny humans during the week. I had this great idea to have her take Claressa’s books and use them for story time with the kids because she is a great mother, and an amazing babysitter, and she truly values her family time and the importance of reading, make believe, and morals. She felt that, even though the kids didn’t always seem like they were interested in the story, the children really enjoyed story time with Teensy the Littlest Fairy. I hope you enjoy story time too!
About the Author:
Hi, I’m Claressa, the author of multiple children’s picture books including Dino Dino Doing Homework and Teensy The Littlest Fairy. Aside from writing books, I love shopping, gummy candies, and my newborn baby girl. My favorite movie is Beauty and the Beast.
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