5/8: Updated post to show that this is a SIGNED copy of Duck Sock Hop we’re giving away! My very first guest post is by Jane Kohuth, talented author of Ducks Go Vroom, Estie the Mensch, and the soon-to-be-published picture book, Duck Sock Hop. We have one SIGNED copy of Duck Sock Hop to giveaway to one lucky winner (see below). Take it away Jane! Since I’m the author of two children’s books starring ducks, people often ask me if I have a particular affection for these birds.
Every one or two weeks my daughter and I walk to the library and come home with a pile of books to read at bedtime (or anytime, really). Here are a few of her favorites from the last few weeks: Lots of Dots by Craig Frazier A fun and colorful book filled with…dots. My daughter loves polka dots (or “cocoa dots” as she calls them) and this book fuels that obsession. The Little Little Girl with the Big Big Voice by Kristen Balouch This book was set up on the shelf by the librari
My 1-year-old and I went to the library today. She ran around, choosing books at random, while I went through and looked at them carefully. Eventually, she sat and flipped through a few of the books she had strewn on the floor (Sorry librarians! Don’t hate me!). We took home a couple of her favorites and a few of mine. Mommy’s picks: On Mother’s Lap by Ann Herbert Scott, illustrated by Glo Coalson: I loved the illustrations and the repetitive, soothing text. Looked like a goo