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The Adventures of Pajama Girl And The Coronation Of The Cupcake Queen

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As you know, Lil Man and I love to read. We read to him since he was a newborn. In fact, I think I read to him before he was born. So when I heard about The Adventures of Pajama Girl and the Coronation of the Cupcake Queen, I was eager to read it to Lil Man.

It's a cute book about a little girl whose pajamas take her to a land of cupcakes and sweets where she and her sister learn a valuable life lesson. Lil Man was hooked from the beginning, and the book held his attention to the very end where he asked me to read it again.

He loves the colors and the story-line. I too enjoyed it, and I loved the message behind the cute story. And I am happy that I am able to give one of you your own copy! 

I don't know about you, but it's very discouraging to read a children's book that's without substance or a plot. I've read some books and thought 'huh?' when I finished reading them. Well let me assure you, with The Adventures of Pajama Girl And the Coronation Of The Cupcake Queen, I was more than pleased with the story, and it definitely had substance, yet it was written in a way that Lil Man could understand. This book has quickly become one of his favorite books, and one of mine. It's a pleasure to read.  

And as  bonus, it comes with activity sheets. If you buy the book in a store, or online, simply to go and enter your receipt. You will be emailed 10 activity sheets.  

To win your own copy of The Adventures of Pajama Girl And The Coronation Of The Cupcake Queen, simply enter the giveaway tools below. 

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  1. Looks like a cute book, even for boys!

  2. This would be right up my 5 year olds alley! She loves to read and of course what girl doesn’t like cupcakes. Some of the stories out for little kids to read right now are really weird or crazy stories with not much for morals.

  3. This looks like an adorable read for my little niece. I will definitely look into getting The Adventures of Pajama Girl And The Coronation Of The Cupcake Queen. I love these kinds of children's books! Thanks for sharing!

  4. What a cute book! I love colorful pictures and it's a great idea that they include activity pages as well. Plus I think it's important for books to have a lesson but share it in a way that is fun for children and this sounds like one of those books.

  5. This looks like a book that my 3 year old would love! He loves books with cupcakes and sprinkles! Do they sell this at Barnes and Noble?

  6. What an adorable book, I definitely will have to look into getting this for my niece! It looks like it would be a fun one to read with her when I go home to visit and something that she'll grow into some as she gets to a "reading" age. :)

  7. These sounds and looks like such a sweet book - I really love the title! I like that you're not one of those gender stereotyping mothers either and were very happy for your little boy to read this book, I'd be the same. How lovely of you to have one up for grabs for a lucky reader too.

  8. This looks like such a cute book! =) I love reading and I am trying very hard to instill the same love for books in my son. He's just learning how to read and is slowly getting there. ==) Thank you for sharing this book. I love it! I think I need to get this for my son! =)

  9. That sounds like a really great book. I think books should be both educational and entertaining and I'm happy to hear that this book has both of those things. I will look into it for my nieces.


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