God Bless You & Good Night written by Hannah C. Hall illustrated by Steve Whitlow review and GIVEAWAY

I absolutely fell in love with the first book that I held in my hands written by Hannah C. Hall.  It is called Would a Worm go on a Walk?  You can read my review here.  God Bless You & Good Night is just as precious.  Beautiful rhymes paired with absolutely charming artwork.  It is soft… relaxing…. dreamy!

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A Very Happy Easter Prayer written by Bonnie Rickner Jensen and illustrated by Natalia Moore review and GIVEAWAY

Bonnie Rickner Jensen and Natalie Moore have teamed up once again with another hit that you will want in your nursery.  A Very Happy Easter Prayer is a sweet snuggle up read.  It is full of spring and sunshine, an adorable family of rabbits, and a simple prayer to our creator God.  It is overcast, snowy, and dreary here in Missoula, Montana and my heart is grateful for the refreshing ray of sunshine that A Very Happy Easter Prayer has brought into my day. 

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Davis Bunn | list of novels and book series in chronological order

Davis Bunn is one of my all-time favorite authors!  I have been reading his books since I was in my early teens.  While creating this list I was going down memory lane; enjoying happy memories of my youth when I began reading the books that Bunn wrote with Janette Oke.  As I grew older I grew right along with his published works.  I am still reading his novels and I pray that he has a long writing career ahead of him.  I don't think that you would regret picking up one of his books to read... except it may affect your bank account as you will want to purchase more!

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the best of 2016

A list of my favorite books (from my 5-star rated list) read in 2016.  They may or may not have been published in 2016.  Sometimes I am blessed and run across a book years after it has been published and find a new favorite.

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Channing O'Banning and the Rainforest Rescue written by Angela Spady and illustrated by Tammie Lyon

Fourth-grader Channing is one fast, run-on sentence. I love it. She is a little whirling dervish; quirky, zany, but a wee bit jealous.  She has a bit of an issue with misplaced blame as most fourth graders tend to do.

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