The Story Of Three: Barefoot Books Review and Giveaway

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Barefoot Books Review and Giveaway


Barefoot Books is an award winning independent childrens publisher, founded in 1992 by young mothers Nancy & Tessa. For twenty years, they have created bright & colorful books for children that display beautiful artwork while capturing the imagination. You will find so much more than books at Barefoot Books, they also have gifts, puppets, puzzles, even watch & sing along books! 

I couldn't wait to introduce my children to Barefoot Books, we love to read in our house & they are always excited to add to our library! I was sent a variety of books for my kids, including The Boy Who Grew Flowers, Skip through the Seasons, Octopus Opposites, Emily's Tiger, Port Side Pirates & A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea.




Emily's Tiger is a cute book about a little girl who has a problem with her temper, every time she gets angry she turns into a little tiger, eventually Granny is able to find a way to help her calm down. The Octopus Opposites is a fun & bright book, perfect for toddlers & preschoolers learning how things are big & small or far & wide. I really liked the pages in Skip through the Seasons, along with the story line, at the bottom of each page you will find words that collaborate with that season, it was fun helping Little Sister C find all of the items in the story. 

The Boy Who Grew Flowers is a sweet story that teaches accepting differences & even celebrating them. Rink's family is treated different until a new friend comes along & he notices she has some unique qualities of her own.


Barefoot Books watch & sing along books Portside Pirates & A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea both contain a CD that not only you can listen to, you can watch on your PC! Both of these books have been so much fun to read & sing along to while learning about the ocean & pirates! 

You can find books for babies or even pre-teens at Barefoot Books, they have a huge selection of affordable books for everyone! They have early readers, bedtime books, also bilingual books available, there website was easy to navigate as well, you can shop by age, subject or format.



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(I am one of several bloggers in the Thrifty Nifty Mommy Blogger Network by Janessa at Thrifty Nifty Mommy. I received the items above for my review, all opinions are my own & no other compensation was received)

17 comments:

jenna tomaszewski said...

I would get the real princess

Nicole Mills said...

For my oldest I would get him Theseus and the Minotaur.

Sandra said...

I would pick Ruby's School Walk for my daughter, it sounds like a fun book to read

meegan whitford said...

I would get Cleos Alphabet Book

Jennifer T. said...

I'd love to have The Prince's Bedtime.

Colleen Maurina said...

I like their Driving my Tractor book.

Melissa Stroh said...

I'd like "If You're Happy and You Know It"

jenniejn said...

I would like to have the Baby's first book for my grand baby due in the fall

SnowflakeDay (Audra) said...

I'd like to get "I Could Be, You Could Be" for my daughter.

Whoopsie said...

I would like to get the travel journal book, two copies for each one of my eldest for our upcoming trip. Some books from the Bears Series in French/English, because I am French and want my kids to learn English and French and some board books like Hidden Hippo for my baby girl.

AEH said...

I think the Acoustic Dreamland CD would be awesome for my 9 month old baby girl!

Allie G said...

I would like Barefoot Book of Fairy Tales

Kim Reynolds said...

The Boy Who Grew Flowers

Tiffany Schmidt said...

I like The Real Princess and The Prince's Bedtime

Amanda E. said...

I would like almost any of the books in the World Cultures section to ready to my students during our Places in Our World Theme.

Talia said...

"Skip Through the Seasons" looks nice; I like that it comes as a large board book.

Crystal Rose said...

I like Fireside Stories.