Jenny, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, shares a look into Peter Carnegie’s children’s books. This giveaway post is sponsored, but all opinions remain those of the writer.
Books are my daughter’s love language. In fact, “book” was her first word. As a result I am constantly looking for new books to entertain her and to engage her mind.
Peter Carnegie’s beautifully illustrated stories were perfect for my avid reader. The simple, yet interesting plots caught her attention. She recited the repetitious parts. The illustrations caught her imagination and she spent hours looking at the pictures and describing what she saw.
These books combine humor, heartfelt stories, rhyme, and imaginative illustrations. The stories are perfect for a variety of ages!
You can order your own copies on Amazon.
I Love You Like A Monkey is a fun book of animals and their favorite things. It describes how much a person can love another person with comparisons that children can understand.
Malcolm McDinkelstorm Fedderman Stitch has a lot of fun, some silly names, great examples of imaginative play, and catchy rhymes to entertain your reader.
I love how these books not only tell great stories but also inspire imagination and encourage memorization! My daughter was reciting lines from “I Love You Like a Monkey” just days after receiving her book and it quickly became a favorite!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.
Written by 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, Jenny Nanninga. Jenny blogs at livingthesweetstuff.wordpress.com about her home, family (husband and sweet baby girl), being a mom, crafting, cooking, her faith in God, and more.
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