Grandma, I’m Not a Baby Anymore…I’m A Big Girl (Children’s Book Review)

In Grandma, I'm Not a Baby Anymore...I'm a Big Girl by Rosetta Johnson, a young African American preschooler quite proudly and thoroughly asserts all of the habits and behaviors which prove she is certainly not a baby anymore. Honestly, this could serve as a beautifully illustrated and useful rule book in my home. As I… Continue reading Grandma, I’m Not a Baby Anymore…I’m A Big Girl (Children’s Book Review)

May Asks Why? Why? Why? by Madelyne and Larry Spann (Children’s Book Review)

May Asks Why? Why? Why? is the second book in a series about a young African American girl named May. In this book, May spends the day visiting with her grandparents and upon arrival is bursting with never-ending questions so very typical of a young preschooler. Her grandparents and other adult visitors patiently answer May's… Continue reading May Asks Why? Why? Why? by Madelyne and Larry Spann (Children’s Book Review)