Along Came You Board Book & Giveaway
Along Came You Written by Karona Drummond and Illustrated by Estelle Corke is an adorable board book about the wonderful changes that come with a new child. In this touching story the parent tells her daughter about her life before and after she joins the family. The easy to read language is paired perfectly with adorable illustrations!
I loved reading this book with our little one! Izzy enjoyed the brightly colored pictures and as a new parent I could relate to the words written on the pages. I love the ending of the book when the parent says “I am still me. But you are with me. Life became amazing…after you.” This book beautifully captures the difficult yet heartwarming changes that come with a new baby. I would definitely recommend this book to others and I am excited to add it to our story time before bed.
Now for the giveaway! One reader will receive a copy of Along Came You to enjoy with their little one. Open to US residents only.
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I’m so excited for this giveaway! It sounds like such a sweet book! and baby approved!
I LOVED the Three Billy Goats Gruff as a child! 😀 ~Darlene Sullins
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Brown Bear Brown Bear! It’s the first book I really remember reading too.
I loved The Very Hungry Caterpillar! Still do! Thanks for the chance to win.
My favorite book was A Porcupine Named Fluffy! I still have it!
My favorite was a book called “What’s wrong, Ralph?” and I still have it!
I loved Goodnight Moon 🙂
I loved The Rainbow Fish. 🙂
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Theres a monster at the end of this book 🙂