I'm here today to share with you three different picture books that are all sorts of adorable and focus on being yourself. Definitely a message you want to share with the little ones in your life. I want to thank Sourcebooks for allowing me to review these items and share a copy of each book with one lucky winner!
You by Sandra Magsamen
This is a really cute book with bright, kid-friendly drawings. Each page reads like a quote that you'd want to put up on the wall and repeat to yourself everyday. One example would be:
Look at life from different points of view. Turn things upside down if it suits you.
This would be a great book for older kids that might be struggling on being themselves, being creative, and having fun. It's also a good, rhyming book for a younger crowd too.
Just One You by Lillian Jaine
This is a really cute Sesame Street novel. It would be perfect for kids graduating from kindergarten or moving up a level at school, since it's that time of the year. It's all about being yourself and enjoying the new adventures that will come your way. It also notes that you might not be at home, but you still have friends that will be there for you if you need them. Can't you see why it's great for graduation?
My Rules for Being a Pretty Princess by Heath McKenzie
This is so adorable! Like the other two books, this one is about being your true self and having fun. What I really liked about the book is that the little girl who wants to be a princess is shown what rules to follow by a "true" princess, except in the end, she learns to follow her own rules. It's a really great message for a slightly older reader, but a younger child would still enjoy the illustrations and overall fun story. My mom read this out loud to my niece, who really enjoyed it. She even wanted my mom to read it again as soon as she finished...which she did!
Now, would you like a copy of each of these books? One winner will get all three!
*U.S. and Canada entrants only
*Giveaway ends Friday, April 24 at 11:59 p.m.
*Copies of the book are coming from Sourcebooks, so once I pass your information along, I have no control over the prize.
*Enter only if you are 13 and older (with parent permission if underage)
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