Introducing Lion vs. Rabbit by Alex Latimer from Peachtree Publishers!

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I am so very pleased to announce the release of Alex Latimer's new picture book for children, Lion vs. Rabbit!   I am huge on creating book nooks and providing children with their own space to read and fabulous picture books that inspire imagination and creativity!

I am so thankful we discovered our new favorite artist and author, Alex Latimer!  Author of The Boy Who Cried Ninja, which is full of adventure and laughs, but having very little to do with ninjas.  Alex Latimer is also the author of Penguin's Hidden Talent - of which I find a fondness of and feel close to what penguin goes through finding his talent, which is rare and not like his friends!  

Peachtree Publishers is launching Alex's new picture book for children's Lion vs Rabbit!  A story of using your intelligence instead of violence against bullying.  Love it!

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My Notes:

Yes!  Yes! Yes!  I absolutely recommend each one of these books!  We really love them all - the story and the art together make these must-haves for your little one's favorite picture books! 

We are giving away a copy of EACH book!  Woot!  Leave a comment on which one your little one would like (not a guarantee on your pick)!    There are three winners - one for each book!  Prize is shipped by publishing company.   

The Boy Who Cried Ninja!

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I was provided with sample copies for review purposes.  No other compensation was provided.  Opinions are my own.


Unknown said…
Those books look adorable! the artwork is cute and the plots sound great.
Unknown said…
We would love to read The Boy Who Cried Ninja!