Children's Books

A group for people who love Children's books!

Location: In the hearts of children and those that love them, everywhere
Members: 603
Latest Activity: on Monday

Discussion Forum

Author, Poets & Bookclubs - Its Time to Shine!

Started by Catherine Crumber Jul 25, 2014.

"Why My Dad"

Started by Teri Riggs Jun 1, 2014.

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of Children's Books to add comments!

Comment by Barbara Fisher on Monday

Comment by Book Buzz on Saturday

Children's Picture Book Available For Review

BetterNot! And the Tale of Bratsville
Teaching Morals and Manners
By Gene Del Vecchio
Publisher: BetterNot Enterprises
Published: June 2015
ISBN: 978-0692471050 (hc)
ISBN: 978-1512022216 (pb)
Genre: Children's Picture Book
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.) and PDF

This magical, delightful children's series is about BetterNot, a mysterious character who arrives in a flash to aid parents by helping their children learn fun, yet valuable lessons about morals and manners such as fairness, honesty, and kindness. It is brought to life with unique, colorful, engaging illustrations.
This first story is BetterNot! And the Tale of Bratsville - Teaching Morals and Manners. It’s about a town filled with very naughty children like Larry Liar, Rebecca Robber and Lilly Loudmouth. As the parents told their children again and again what they better not do, the magical creature named BetterNot rose from his magical, bubbling purple swamp to come to their aid. He swooped into town to teach each child a fun yet valuable lesson in a way that fit each child's poor behavior.  
Children everywhere need to obey their parents. If they do not, BetterNot might come to your town, too! Look for future books in this series.

For review copies contact:

Gene Del Vecchio

Comment by Richard Humphreys on July 21, 2015 at 9:06am

Latest Book Review: The Amber Spyglass, Philip Pullman: 

Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on July 14, 2015 at 3:39pm


Seeking Blog Tour Hosts / Book Reviewers for Children's Book & Kids' Cookie Recipe Book Combo  

Hosted by Sage's Blog Tours


The Sugarplum Recipes Series
By Wendy Powell Salter
Chapter Book & Kid's Cookie Recipe Book Combo
Review copies available in PDF, 50 pages

Book 1: Tessa Beth & Co and the Godmothers' Nursery Rhymes

Age Level: 6-10

Grade Level: 1-5

The prequel to the Sugarplum Recipes Series, Tessa Beth & Co and the Godmothers' Nursery Rhymes is unique to the series because it is the only book told from a baby's point-of-view. Baby Tessa Beth Sugarplum introduces us to her life in a small town— from gathering eggs with the Godmothers, to ice storms and a bon voyage party. Add a cup of wholesomeness, a sprinkle of sparkle dust and a scoop of faith and you get Tessa Beth & Co and the Godmothers' Nursery Rhymes—a unique flavor that tastes sweet like Little House on the Prairie and zesty like Pinkalicious. The simple yet quirky sugar cookie recipes that follow each chapter will appeal to both boys and girls. Be advised that this combination chapter and recipe book may inspire you to bake and start your own Cookie Ministry Kids

Interested in joining this tour? Find all the details and join in here!


Comment by Book Buzz on July 10, 2015 at 3:51pm

Children's Book Available For Review

Voices Across the Lakes
Great Lakes Stories and Songs
By Anita Pinson
Publisher: Pine Lake Press
ISBN: 978-0615728438
Genre: Children, Education, Music, Historical Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Print

Award -winning picture book of 10 short historical fiction stories, beautifully illustrated. Settings are in a variety of times and places in the Great Lakes region. Boys and girls tell the stories. Each story is followed with a related authentic song,  music included in book. Audio online on website.

For review copies contact:

Pine Lake Press

Comment by Book Buzz on July 10, 2015 at 12:50pm

Children's Book Available For Review

Friends: Here...There...Everywhere!!!
By Rosella Calauti
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 978-1468531961
Pages: 20
Genre: Children's Book

Friends Here... There... Everywhere... was written to enhance social and literacy development in young children, ages two to five. Growth occurs at different rates for each child in this very important period of development that occurs rapidly, as they learn to become independent. The book encourages young children to feel secure as they develop, and experience their first encounters of making friends, while they explore the world and continue to become individuals. It is ideal for teachers, parents, and caregivers who wish to discuss how to share and play cooperatively. In addition to the topic of building friendships, this book helps develop recognition of words that are opposites and introduces adverbs (here, there, and everywhere). It can motivate children to inquire about friendships, relate to them, and suggests places to find friends, while strengthening reading and writing skills.

For review copies contact:

Rosella Calauti

Comment by Barbara Fisher on July 8, 2015 at 6:25am

All Change here ... I've made a decision – quite a big decision as it happens, and I wanted you to be the first to know.  (Drum roll...)  I’m retiring BUT let me just elaborate a little. Books and I are inseparable and will never retire from one another completely, but I am, reluctantly, closing March House Books.  Everything is reduced by 65% at the moment so there has never been a better time to buy. Vintage children's books and ephemera and a small general selection - all on offer. 

This link will take you to my blog and from there you will be able to access the webpage

Comment by Barbara Fisher on June 24, 2015 at 2:29am

Dear Maudie, Doesn’t the tempus seem to fugit?

(Maudie and Charlie a love story told on a set of postcards from 1904)

There is more about Maudie, Charlie and 'Metcalf' and the postcards here

Comment by Susan Keefe on June 16, 2015 at 4:45am

Help children learn about what goat kids are like is a fun way.

Comment by Susan Keefe on June 16, 2015 at 4:43am

The Chicken Patrol - A true animal story with a moral behind it.


Need help?




The UK’s Top Ten Books… Coming in September 2015

The UK’s Top Ten Books… Coming in September 2015 There is a sense of term starting again in September, with the big autumn books starting to hit the shelves. What struck us as we were looking through the titles, was the wide range of what was on offer – and not just from the big […]

Author Interview: Emma Straub

Author Interview We’re excited to start sharing author interviews with our community, in partnership with Feedbooks. Emma StraubInterviewed by Lara Touitou - Emma Straub is an author living in Brooklyn. She notably writes for Rookie. The Vacationers is her second novel. *Author photo by Jennifer Bastian The VacationersRequest It!The Vacationers is published in the UK […]

Blogger Spotlight – Romance Edition

Blog name: TBQ’s Book Palace Blog URL: http://www.tbqsbookpalace.comYour name: Danielle (TBQ)What inspired you to blog about romance books? Is there something particular about the books, authors, and/or romance community that convinced you to share your reviews publicly?Like so many romance readers, I started the blog as a way to be around my tribe. Romance readers […]

© 2015   Created by Tarah Theoret.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service