March 9, 2016

Easter Reading for Early Learners: One Spring Lamb by Anne Vittur Kennedy Review + Giveaway

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My son has become a champ with learning his numbers at an early age. He loves to count everything from his toys to his toes to how many pieces of broccoli he has on his plate. You ask him how many, and he will start counting! He particularly enjoys reading books with numbers throughout. It gives him the chance to practice (and show off ) his counting skills. We recently received a new book, One Spring Lamb, that offers a little counting fun while celebrating spring and the Easter holiday.


ABOUT THE BOOK:
Count along with little lamb in this sweet rhyming text to celebrate all the fun things that come with Easter This fun counting book ends with the most important part of the Easter season: the reminder that Jesus lives and loves us so. Your kids will love the die-cut and glitter-embellished cover.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Anne Vittur Kennedy loves the quiet space of her studio and lives in Ohio with her husband, Jack; her dog, Brody; and her horses, Sitka and Frisco.

One Spring Lamb is a beautiful board book, perfect for young children. The story follows a little lamb as he goes on a counting adventure from one to ten. The illustrations are delightful and full of pretty colors. Each page shows things reminiscent of spring or Easter, such as tulips, jelly beans, and baskets. There's even a mention of Jesus! The book offers fun rhyming text that is sure to entertain children. As my son and I read the book, he enjoyed counting and pointing out the numbers.



Five butterflies try their new wings out.
Five little seeds made five green sprouts

Reading in itself offers an exceptional learning experience, but when you incorporate things like numbers, shapes, or letters in a children's story, it's an added bonus. This book is perfect for teaching young children how to count. If they already know how to count, they'll enjoy a little practice as they read this sweet story.
One Spring Lamb is a wonderful book to celebrate Easter, while offering little ones a fun lesson in numbers and the reason for the season. It would make a perfect addition to any toddler or preschooler's Easter basket.


I'm also very happy to announce a giveaway opportunity for Our Everyday Harvest readers! One winner will receive the new One Spring Lamb for a little one in their life!




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28 comments:

Sara said...

My favorite way to welcome spring is to do a little spring cleaning in the house! (:

Pamela F said...

We like to visit our local arboretum to see all the spring blooms.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

That's such a great idea, Pamela! Thank you for sharing.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Haha, same here! Even just opening up the window and letting all the fresh air in, makes the house feel cleaner! :-)

princessdebbie1_2000 said...

I welcome spring by opening my windows and doors and letting in the clean fresh air. I like to sit out on my balcony and enjoy the warm breeze.

Julie Waldron said...

We like to get flowers to plant.

princessdebbie1_2000 said...

Bedtime Snuggles looks like a great book for little ones. I have two great nephews that would love to have their mothers read this book to them at bedtime.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

It really is a sweet book...perfect for bedtime! :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Same here, Julie! Getting my garden going is a favorite springtime tradition of mine. I love when everything starts blooming. The yard looks so much nicer.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Same here, Debbie...there's nothing like letting all the fresh air in! :-)

allysmama said...

I love being able to open my windows for some fresh air!

Sue Hull said...

Id love to win this to read to my granddaughter. I look forward to spring because I love the blossoms on the trees and the new blooms. Thank you for the chance :)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

I know what you mean, Sue! Things can be so drab in the winter...it will be nice when everything is green, again. :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

I do, too! It's much need after a long winter. :-)

Angelica Cassandra Dimeo said...

spending more time outside and gardening

FIBERONE said...

I like to look to take a walk and look at the beautiful scenery.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

It's especially nice when everything is green and blooms! :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

That's the best part! :-)

Gina Ferrell said...

I like to do some gardening and watching all the flowers bloom during this time of year.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Same here, Gina! Our tulips are starting to come up...so excited! Thank you for sharing! :-)

kelly mcgrew said...

to welcome spring, we always do spring cleaning! and get excited for yard sale season!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Yard sales are so much fun! You never know what you're going to find!

Anne Perry said...

Raising baby chicks and goats.

June S. said...

I like having our big Easter dinner with our whole family every spring, and watching my grandson searching for all his hidden eggs.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

All wonderful Easter traditions! It's so much fun getting together with family! :-)

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Sounds really neat, Anne! Do you raise them for the eggs and goat's milk?

Anne Perry said...

Yes. We have 5 baby chicks and three baby goats.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Wow! That's great! I wish I had time to do something like this (raise chicks). It would be nice to be able to go out back and get some fresh eggs. Perhaps when little one gets a bit older, we can do it. :-)

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