Review of Itty Bitty Betty & the Cookies
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The Children’s Book Review
Written by Sandrian Nelson-Moon
Illustrated by Bex Sutton
Ages 3-8 | 34 Pages
Publisher: Sandrian Nelson-Moon | ISBN-13: 978-1736512319
What to Expect: Strong female characters, family, manners.
Itty Bitty is a very little girl, but she’s not about to let that stop her getting what she wants! After a fun day at the beach, Itty Bitty sets her sights on cookies for tea. They are not in the first drawers she tries; instead, they are way up high on a top shelf—far too high up for Itty Bitty to reach. With the help of kitty, she fetches a ladder, but instead of cookies, all she gets is a sharp fall and a sore bum. Luckily, Itty Bitty’s mommy is there to save the day and remind Itty Bitty—all you have to do to get cookies is say, “Please!”
Itty Bitty and the Cookies is a fun rendition of a relatable situation that any small child can relate to: the frustration of not being able to do things for yourself and the determination to do them anyway. Bright, bold, irresistible illustrations are one of the highlights of this endearing picture book, bringing Itty Bitty’s determined personality to life with humorous facial expressions and expressive body language. The punchy rhythm of the rhyming text walks readers through the story, introducing some new vocabulary while gently encouraging them to think about how emotions fuel our actions and behaviors. This is a fun read for any child, but especially for other determined little girls!
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A Note From the Author
Wishing you all continued blessings and love. I am a specimen of my experiences. I am a survivor, super mom, entrepreneur, author, and future civil rights attorney. I love sweets, travel and good hugs. I have a background in business and project management and enjoy a fun discussion about our economy. However, as a political child advocate and PTA president for 2 schools I fight for and with families against sexual trauma, personal and civil rights. I enjoy a good book, smiles on faces when I tickle them and the imagination a child’s mind can conjure. I pray my book open eyes, spark life and give you warm feelings. Thank you for visiting me here. Happy reading!
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