Meet & Greet, Reblogs

Bookish Meet & Greet

Check out these wonderful blog posts I’ve gathered for y’all! There’s something for everyone! Let me know below which was your favorite. Feel free to reblog, share on Facebook, Twitter, etc to give more exposure to these blogs! Have an amazing Wednesday!

  1. The Top 10 Worst Things About Reading

  2. Top Ten Childhood Favorites

  3. Books and Memories

  4. Gender Swap in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

  5. Summer Activity

  6. Sunday Book Club: A little robot fun

  7. 5 Reasons I Don’t Like Hardbacks (And One Reason I Do)

  8. Series Review: If You Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail

  9. Mochas and Musketeers

  10. Then and Now: Rewriting the Book on School Reading Lists
Reblogs

The Curious Case of the Missing Mammoth

Check out another “Mrs. O’s” book review on this amazing Usborne Books and More book! You can even buy an adorable little plush mammoth separately! To find these online, just go here:
Book – https://p5986.myubam.com/p/6130/the-curious-case-of-the-missing-mammoth?e=607411

Plush -https://p5986.myubam.com/p/6182/mammoth?e=607411

This video is from a fellow consultant and shows inside a few of the flaps.

What do you think???

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I loved the movie Night At the Museum, where all the exhibits in the museum come to life and have crazy adventures at night. Today’s book uses that same theme.

The boy in the story is helping a mammoth find his little brother who has run out of the museum.

The baby mammoth returns to the museum and we follow him through many different displays.


This book has a great feature, lots of little lift-the-flaps with facts and trivia. I thoroughly enjoyed the illustrations and learned lots of fun facts at the same time!

This book could keep kids entertained with the gorgeous illustrations for hours. I could certainly spend more time with this book myself.

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Book Video

Look Inside Your Body (Video & Links)

One of our most popular series is our Look Inside series. These are our middle age group for lift-the-flap books. This one has over 100 flaps to lift, plus even more body facts not under flaps! This one is the most popular in the series, because what kid isn’t interested in the body??? Below are the links to this book as well as the others in the series if you’re interested. 🙂 Which of these topics would you kids be interested in?

Your Body
Airport
Castle
Construction Sites
Food
How Computers Work
Our World
Space
The Jungle
Trains

Meet & Greet

Bookish Meet & Greet

I love sharing other people’s stuff! These blog posts/articles about books and reading either made me think or gave me a smile. Go ahead, check them out yourself!

Next, share a link in the comments to a book related blog post, or even someone who always rights about books or reading, children all the way up to adult! Let’s share the love!

And lastly, are you reading any good books? Please tell us about it!

Feel free to re-blog, share on FB, Twitter, etc…. The more it’s shared, the more exposure these bloggers get! 🙂

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Book Video

My First Keyboard Book (Video & Links)

Perfect for toddlers/preschoolers who love music, or families that have musicians in them.
We also have a Christmas one called My First Christmas Keyboard Book and another (bigger one mentioned in the video) called Big Keyboard Book. Do you have someone that would love one of these?????

My First Keyboard Book

My First Christmas Keyboard Book

Big Keyboard Book

Book Video

Architect Academy (Video + Link)

From designing a residential street and your perfect play park to learning some of the math skills used by architects, how to read floor plans, and the basics of interior design, the activities in this innovative book encourage imaginative play and problem solving. Includes stickers, a pull-out poster, and press-out game cards.

Find this book HERE.

We also have Engineer Academy, Astronaut Academy, Vet Academy, and Scientist Academy. Do any of these look fun for your hands-on kid?

Book Video, Summer Reading

Coding for Beginners Using Scratch (Video and Links)

My nephew will be 10 in August and absolutely LOVES these books! My brother (his dad) is a computer programmer so they have a lot of fun together. 🙂

An introduction to coding for complete beginners, this friendly and accessible book will teach children the basics of Scratch (a free, online program developed by MIT which is widely used in elementary schools), allowing them to get inside the code of their computer and create simple games and animations on screen.

We have another book like this using Python. Both are $14.99 each! Do you know someone that would have a blast with these?

LINK TO BOOK USING SCRATCH

LINK TO BOOK USING PYTHON