Even story time in the Woof Tweet Waah household is loud — but for a good reason. We love the laughs and language development that comes with each book we read (we could do without the nightly negotiations for 5 books). The Chief and I enjoy watching ACat’s eyes grow big and a smile emerge as we ooh and aah over beautiful illustrations. I also know how hard it is to find quality children’s books that work for today’s families.
Woof Tweet Waah offers reviews of children’s books. As of now, I will only review picture books, but my preferences will change as my daughter grows. My focus as a children’s book writer (well aspiring) and a parent is to highlight books that work for kids and parents. Kids may love sing-song books with a do-nothing plot, but I have to read that book after a long day at work. Terrible books do not stay front and center in our home library (read: they go to a magical place called the attic or donation bin). My goal is to bring attention to books that give a great reading and bonding experience for families. Each review will focus on my child’s reading experience and that of my husband and/or me. Each review will build from a storyboard of something happening in my household (what I’m saying is – I won’t post your script), and I love humor. Reviews can be posted on Amazon and Goodreads, and promoted through social media channels. Specifics of what is covered will addressed with each individual review.
If you are an author, fellow writer, illustrator, publisher, PR Firm and/or agent and you are interested in my review of your book, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Paper copies of books is preferred, but I can do what is best for you.
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