Saturday, October 26, 2013

{{Book Nerd Tours}} Blog Tour + Giveaway: [Review] VAMPIRE BABY by KELLY BENNETT


When Tootie gets her first teeth, it’s clear to her big brother that she’s no ordinary baby. But how to convince Mom and Dad?

It happens overnight: little sister Tootie goes from cuddly, ga-ga-googoo, I-want-my-ba-ba baby...vampire baby. Now she’s sinking her pointy fangs into everything — furniture, toys, and especially her big brother ("Youch, Tootie! No bite!" ). Mom insists that it’s just a phase, but Tootie’s brother knows better. Just look at her hairline! Or the fact that all her favorite foods are bloodred!
With perfect comic timing, Kelly Bennett and Paul Meisel give a fresh slant to the new-baby story, proving that even monstrous little arrivals have a funny way of staking their siblings’ affections.



(*I received a copy of Vampire Baby in exchange for an honest review*)

When the Package for Vampire Baby came in the mail my two boys flipped! They were so excited for a package. When they had my open the package and saw that it was Vampire Baby they wanted me to read it immediately. 

Once I started to read my children became mesmerized by the book especially my 4 year old. It held his interest all the way to the end. The graphics in the the book were very cute and the story was adorable. My boys loved it and it is now one of our night time reading books.  

As a mother I found this book to be an easy fun read. I would happy recommend this to other parents with small children. 

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About the Author

Kelly Bennett writes books for children, both fiction and non-fiction, mostly picture books. She creates stories that celebrate imagination, families, friends, pets… all that goes into being a kid. Stories such as Not Norman: A Goldfish Story, inspired by her own funny goldfish; stories about families, including Dad and Pop, Your Daddy Was Just Like You, and Your Mommy Was Just Like You (called “perfect for inter generational lap sharing” by School Library Journal); stories about kids being kids—whooping, twirling, cutting up, adventuring, playing around—such as Dance, Y’all, Dance; and brand new and shining, hot-off-the-press picture book One Day I Went Rambling


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