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Monday, April 22, 2013

Kidsbooks: Heads, Tails and Noses: Jumbo's Jungle Colors review!

One of my favorite things to review are books for Brayden and Lincoln. Kidsbooks sent us a book to review, which I was excited about. Brayden loves new books. They have a series of books called Heads, Tails and Noses. We received the Jumbo's Jungle Colors book.

Kidsbooks is a privately held, successful publisher of high-quality, fiction and non-fiction children's books. All titles are educationally sound and incorporate "fun" as a learning tool. They release about 100 new titles are published each year, complementing an active back list library of over 500 "evergreen" titles. Formats include softcover, hardcover, board, and lift-the-flap books. At Kidsbooks, they believe that learning can be fun!

We have already read this book to Brayden a few times. He loves it! It's an easy book to read to him. Some times when there are too many words on a page he flips it before you finish the sentence, but not with this book. It was the perfect amount to hold his attention. The pages are bright and colorful. He loved pointing out the zebra's tail, the giraffe's head and etc. He knew everything in the book. So smart!

The only con I have to mention is I do feel like it's not easy to see their books on their website. I think they should list, at least some of their books and descriptions of the books. They should maybe even offer some of them online on their site (maybe the newest ones). I understand that they have a TON of books though so it may just not be possible. It wasn't easy to find the books online either. I do like that their website has activities on it for kids. That makes their website fun and kid friendly. Brayden really liked the activities.

(It seems I have misplaced my camera so, we're Instagraming on this post.)

Reading it again! ;D

Kidsbooks can be found at Barnes & Noble, BJ's, COSTCO, Tj Maxx, Marshalls, and Sams Club. I also found a few online spots to buy some of their books. Two books here, and one here. I highly suggest finding these and getting them for your children!

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*Disclaimer* I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention/review it on my blog. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” The opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own. Your experience with the product may differ from mine.


  1. never heard of Kidsbooks before. they look like alot of fun though! great find

  2. what intrigues me about the company is that everything is about learning with fun! its the best way to teach kids!

  3. It's all about having fun while learning, which is awesome! What better way to help your children learn more things!


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