Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Children's Book Review | COCKATOO, TOO by Bethanie Murguia + Prize Pack Giveaway - Ends 1/28

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We love to read in our family and children's books are so much fun to not only read, but to emphasize and play up the voices and characters in the books!

Did you know that January 5th is National Bird Day? In honor of this day, let's temporarily chase away the winter blues with an AMAZING new picture book -- COCKATOO, TOO by the very talented Bethanie Deeney Murguia. 


COCKATOO, TOO Synopsis:


Word play and puns combine with adorable artwork to create a read-aloud gem featuring a plump cockatoo. A second cockatoo arrives prompting the first to ask, "Cockatoo, Too?". Soon the pages are bursting with cockatoos (and other feathered friends!) wearing tu-tu's doing the can-can -- a hilarious tongue twister that will make kids and adults alike giggle with its clever silliness. This book is recommended for ages 3-6.

Check out the hilarious book trailer here:



Our Thoughts:

Cockatoo, Too is a must-own book. The colorful pictures are fun and beautifully illustrated making it visually appealing to little ones. My nieces and nephews got a kick out of the silly puns and rhyming words - Rose even enjoying reading it out loud to them! I am so glad to have been introduced to Bethanie Murguia and can't wait to check out her other books that she has published.

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27 comments:

  1. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom was my favorite book as a kid!

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  2. I always remember loving the Berenstein (sp?) Bears series of books!
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  3. My favorite childhood book was Curious George.

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  4. My favorite childhood book was Charlotte’s Web.

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  5. My favorite book is probably Where the Sidewalk Ends

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  6. my favorite childhood book was corduroy. thanks!

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  7. My favorite book was The Trumpet of the Swan

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  8. My favorite childhood book was Goodnight Moon

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  9. my favorite childhood book was (and is) The Five Chinese Brothers

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  10. I always loved The Bernstein Bears!

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  11. My son and I love Dr. Seuss books and Laura Numeroff books.

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  12. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs <3

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  13. I always liked Where the wild things are and Fairy tales.

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  14. I loved the hungry caterpillar

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  15. Where the Sidewalk Ends was my favorite as a kid :)

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  16. I loved a lot of books, most of which weren't her popular and I can't remember the titles now but I also loved Little Bear, Corduroy, and all of She'll Silverstein's poems.

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  17. My favorite childhood book was " Mother, Mother, May I have Another?"

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  18. Charlotte's Web is my favorite childhood book.

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  19. My favorite was the Ramona The Pest books.

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  20. My favorite book when I was a child was The Three Billy Goat Gruff.

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  21. My favorite book was A Very Hungry Caterpillar.

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