I was recently selected to review a book from the We Do Listen Foundation. The We Do Listen Foundation is a non profit corporation that helps young children learn important life lessons through the power of reading, songs and games. You can download free animated books, songs, games, activities, and more at http://www.wedolisten.org/. If you prefer you can also purchase the books in hardcover.
The book I chose to review was Howard B. Wigglebottom and the Power of Giving: A Christmas Story. I thought this would be a great book to choose with the holidays coming up. The first thing I must say about this book is that my daughter really liked this book. She wanted me to keep reading it to her over and over again. The colors and the illustrations used really seemed to catch her eye, as well as mine.
The book is about a rabbit, "Howard B. Wigglebottom". He takes for granted all the important things he has and always seems to want more. Then one day something happens and it makes him realize what is most important in life. I don't want to give to much away about the book so that you can read it for yourself. This is such a cute book that will teach your child a wonder lesson. At the end of the book it has a lessons and reflections section that you can go over with your child.
One lucky reader is going to win their own autographed copy of one of the Howard B. Wigglebottom hardcover books of their choice.
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Open to U.S. and Canada ends at 11:59 p.m on November 5, 2011
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