We love books, and I personally love checking out online book stores because there’s something alluring about shopping from home with a cuppa and with my toes digging into my beanbag. Ok, you didn’t need to know about the last part. But I thought I’d just share with you an online bookstore I shopped at recently – Little Good Books.
Little Good Books is a home based business selling children books and novelty items for ages 0-7 years old.
What I love best about Little Good Books and what I feel makes it stand out among other online bookstores is their ACE review. Besides being the usual online bookstore providing the synopsis of books, each picture book is accompanied by a review of three elements – Artwork, Coacher, Entertainment. It makes it so much easier to decide which books would appeal to our children.
The picture books are also tagged with keywords such as colours, emotions, bedtime to facilitate ease in search. The layout of the website is kept clean and customers can either search by categories, age group or format.
The items in store are a mixture of ready and pre-order stocks. Pre-order will typically take 7-10 working days to be fulfilled, subject to stock availability. As for payment mode, currently Little Good Books accepts only bank transfer so you would have to do a one-time adding of the bookstore to your payee list if you have an internet banking account.
Sharing a few of our purchases with the store this time –
And this is my boy’s favourite book – even after ONE month, he still asks for ‘Goodnight Goodnight’ before every naptime and bedtime. I strongly recommend it for little boys who love their trucks.
Oh and just because he loves this book so much, I thought I’d share a page with you because this is his favourite page. Can you guess why? 🙂
And here’s the book that Little Good Books will be giving a copy of to one of my lucky readers!
I love this book best of all and so does my daughter! It’s a humorous story of how Duncan opens his crayon box one day to find letters written by the crayons telling him that they quit (and they give such hilarious reasons why too!)
The letter looked so realistic that when I read this to my little boy for the first time, he tried to pick up the letter! 😀
Do you enjoy the witty banter you read above? Then you’ll be thrilled to know that there’s much more as each colour in the crayon box has a letter of their own!
My personal favourite would be peach:
He’s naked and doesn’t dare to come out of the box because his paper wrapping had been peeled off. I can’t remember just how many times I’ve scolded the kids for tearing the covers off their crayons and this page just brought the message home loud and clear!
So here’s the eventual artpiece Duncan did and there’s just soooo much to discuss with the children!! Definitely an enjoyable read for both kids and adults!
I’m sure you want a copy of this book so here’s how you can win one, thanks to Little Good Books!
As usual, you can win by simply leaving a comment on this blog post (why you’d like to win this book) and remembering to click ‘I Commented’ in the Rafflecopter widget to qualify. The rest of the options are optional, but would render you more chances to win!
Disclosure: I was provided with store credits but no monetary compensation was received.
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