What We’re Reading: February 13 Edition

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What We're Reading





What We’re Reading: February 13

A Couch for Llama by Leah Gilbert


What happens when a family loses their couch on their way home from a furniture store and a llama discovers it? Good thing it’s comfy…will the family get their couch back or will llama feel all the sads? You’ll have to read this one to find out!

(We love the adorable illustrations in this book by greeting card designer and author Leah Gilbert. That couch sure looks comfy!)

A Couch for Llama is available on Amazon and at other book retailers with an MSRP of $16.95.


Nature’s Lullaby Fills the Night by Dee Leone, Illustrated by Bali Engel

The twins love a lullaby, so it is no surprise that they enjoyed reading a book about nature shushing us to sleep. With scenes of animal parents putting their children to sleep, they connect and find it easier to go to sleep themselves.

If you think the cover is soothing (we do!), just wait until you see the pictures on the inside!

You can also pick up Nature’s Lullaby Fills the Night on Amazon and at other book retailers with an MSRP of $16.95.

Bagel in Love by Natasha Wing, Illustrated by Helen Dardik

With Valentine’s Day being tomorrow, will Bagel find a partner for the Cherry Jubilee dance? It’s not looking great, then an adorable cupcake crosses Bagel’s path.

We love this story, the illustrations and the glitter texture in the book! You might recognize author Wing from “The Night Before Kindergarten” and illustrator Helen Dardik from work with American Girl and Parents Magazine. Super sweet!

You’ll have to pick this one up! Bagel in Love is available on Amazon and at other book retailers with an MSRP of $16.95.

What are you reading this week?



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One Response to What We’re Reading: February 13 Edition

  1. Helen Dardik’s illustrations inspired me to make a dress with the characters from the book!

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