Pepito Has a Doll Children’s Book Review from @kleffnotes

Releasing today the bilingual children’s book, Pepito Has a Doll, examines gender roles and allows families to delve into the topic of gender norms and gender attraction. With the story told in Spanish and English it can act as a … Continue reading Pepito Has a Doll Children’s Book Review from @kleffnotes

Bad Day Children’s Book Review from @kleffnotes

Bad Day is the fifth children’s book from Ruby Roth and adds to her mission of making change in the world. She provides young readers with a way to see how to take care of their own well-being while also finding strength and happiness in the process. It examines neuro-diversity and emotions as a bad day evolves for main character Hennie. Continue reading “Bad Day Children’s Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Gus’ Fortunate Misfortune Book Review from @kleffnotes

While searching for food a young mouse finds himself in danger. Little Gus was just hungry and the delicious muffin he found led him to be trapped in a box with no chance of escape. As he worries that he might be doomed, a series of unexpectedly fortunate events help Gus to make a new ally and find a new home in the very sweet children’s book, Gus’ Fortunate Misfortune. Continue reading “Gus’ Fortunate Misfortune Book Review from @kleffnotes”