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Sunday Morning for Kids featuring Pip the Gnome and the Forest Feast

Happy Sunday! Yesterday I was reading my blogger friend, Carla’s, post “Saturday Morning for Kids” and thought it was a wonderful idea. As you know, I’ve been reviewing kids books on Sunday because that was the time when I would chill with my neighbors and read. So, I’ve combined the best of both worlds to bring you Sunday Morning for Kids here at Macsbooks with HUGE gratitude to Carla at Carla Loves to Read. Please be sure to check out her blog – she’s terrific!! You can read her on Saturday and come here on Sunday – TADA!

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During the holidays I downloaded the most adorable book assuming it was for the Christmas season, after all, it had an elf on the cover. Silly me, it wasn’t an elf! It was a GNOME!!! I have become enamored with Gnomes recently and I should have known better but I was in an elfish kind of spirit and not thinking. Pip the GNOME and the Forest Feast by Admar Kwant, is part of series for very young or brand new readers. It encourages young children to learn very important life lessons. In the Forest Feast, Pip is gathering food from the forest for a marvelous meal that he preparing for all of his forest friends. Everyone throughout the forest is invited and they all come to enjoy what he has prepared. Soon, it becomes obvious, however, that he has left nothing at all for himself. Oh dear, his friends think, what shall we do?

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Pip the Gnome and the Forest Feast is a delightful book that helps guide children to embrace the joy of sharing so that everyone can enjoy something and no one is left with nothing. It is, perhaps, a lesson that we all need to learn. What sets this book apart from so many others is the incredible illustrations! I am, as you know, a enthusiast for great art and page after glorious page of color-washed images will keep children of all ages captivated. While I thoroughly enjoyed Pip, I suspect it might be geared more toward pre-school, early readers, those who are being read to and enjoy a nice book before bedtime.

Thank you to #Edelweiss, #IngramPublishing and the author, #AdmarKwant for my copy of #PiptheGnomeandtheForestFeast

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12 thoughts on “Sunday Morning for Kids featuring Pip the Gnome and the Forest Feast”

  1. Thanks for joining in Mackey and for the shout out. You know I checked this out and downloaded it right away. I think my grandkids will love it, the inside looks really beautiful as well. Great post.

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    1. I loved this one. The illustrations are so wonderful! There are a few more in the series that I would like to get to go with this one. I’m glad you liked it. I’ve always enjoyed your posts dedicated to kids’ books. I think it’s great to highlight them and show others that there are quality books out there for our children.

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  2. Thanks for the tip. I went to Edelweiss and downloaded it. The gnome looks so cute! My two year old will definitely love it.
    I would love to join you and Carla on Sunday mornings. A bit late today but next week will post a mini-review.

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    1. Thank you so much Jacqui. The thought that went into this one, the kindness and sharing aspects were marvelous, but the artwork truly made it noteworthy. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I was just reading through all of the terrific comments for your book. Congratulations!

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    1. It was so precious!! Our botanical gardens has a gnome week. People loan their gnomes to the gardens and then they “hide’ them throughout the gardens. The kids absolutely adore walking through trying to find them all. Gnome week and Jingle Rails are the most popular times at the gardens.

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      1. Well, INDY, not my itty, bitty town although it, too, has its charms. I love INDY. I think it is one of the best kept secrets in the US. Shhhhh…. don’t tell anyone. 😉

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