Posts Tagged ‘guest post’

NTFFC Guest Post: Mo Willems

You may be familiar with Mo Willems‘ Pigeon books but what about Edwina or Elephant Gerald or even Cat Cat? These are characters in other books written and illustrated by Mo Willems. Mo Willems is one of our favourite author/illustrators so for my May book review post on Allie‘s site No Time for Flashcards I take a look as some his other books. The post is up if you want to hope over and take a read.

You can find my book reviews every first Saturday of the month over on No Time for Flash Cards. I hope you’ll pop by and check out some great books to share with your kids.

Spring, Earth Day, and Gardening: Guest Post on NTFFC

Spring officially arrived at the end of March and now the weather is catching up too. This means we’ll be spending more time outside, getting the yard and garden ready for Earth Day and the summer. My April guest post on Allie’s fantastic site, No Time for Flashcards is about plants and gardens. So if you’re looking for some books to get your kids excited about the gardening season and developing an appreciation for plants, be sure to jump over. And if you have a garden or plant book you enjoy reading, please add it in the comments so others can enjoy it too.

You can find my book reviews every first Saturday of the month over on No Time for Flash Cards. I hope you’ll pop by and check out some great books to share with your kids.

Love, love, love: Guest post on NTFFC

Something about February brings out the love. Yes, Valentine’s Day plays a part in that but love is more than just a specific day in the year. My February book review post is up on Allie‘s site No Time for Flash Cards and it’s all about love. I review a collection of my kids favourite books about love, all sorts of love. I hope you’ll pop by for a few recommendations. And if you have a favourite book of love you like to share with your kids, I’d love to hear about it.

You can find my book reviews every first Saturday of the month over on No Time for Flash Cards. I hope you’ll pop by and check out some great books to share with your kids.