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  1. says:

    Review originally posted on Mostly YA LitHello it's been awhile hasn't it? I'm so happy to be back to blogging again It feels great to be reading and reviewing again since my baby has taken over my lifeIn case you missed it this is my daughter Gemma She was born in mid November  She's now 9 weeks old 85 lbs and an absolute joy We had uite a ride with her a lot of extra hospital visits tears breastfeeding issues I'm happy to say that things have levelled out a bit and we've gotten into a bit of a routineGetting to know Gemma has been both incredibly terrifying What if I can't soothe her? What if she can't eat? What if she never stops having gas? and incredibly rewarding She's just started smiling for real and it's just everything to me to see her sweet face happy and healthyAnyway in terms of blogging I'm going to do my best to get reviews and some fun stuff up but posting will be slower I'm aiming for one post a week and hoping you guys will enjoy seeing some new stuff like a BabyLit feature for all of you aspiring or new parents or for those friends you're gifting toSpeaking of BabyLit this is a book blog and I would be remiss if I didn't mention Gemma's current favorite books 4 Favorite Baby Books To Read To Your Newborn  This was a baby shower ask from me and gifted by Michele from Just a Lil Lost I wanted a high contrast book that focused on what else cats Luckily Gemma loves it the patterns are easy for her to look at and focus on and the story is fun and cuteThis is cloth book given to us by my mother in law Gemma loves all the colours and the fact that the book has a crackly sound inside The rhymes are great for her to listen to and remember She loves it when my husband reads it nice and slow and in a funny voiceThis is a classic for a reason Right away Gemma loved the rhymes and she's been and interested in the colours as her vision improves It's also a little different because it has a moment where the story kind of corrects itself which makes me laughThis was another gift from Michele and it's got a pretty cute message in rhyme of course about what a feminist baby can beGot any other baby books that newborns in your life love? Send me your recs I love finding new books for Gemma And don't worry guys reviews of YA books as well as romance are comingThanks for sticking with me during this hiatus I'm excited to get back to talking books with you


  2. says:

    Black Cat White Cat is a nice sized board book meant for those younger kids that are still a bit rough on their books Board books are nice they hold up to a lotBlack Cat White Cat is about you guessed it a black cat and a white cat The black cat lives in a white world and the white cat lives in a black world They want to play with each other but every time one tries to visit the other one of them disappearsThe artistry in this book is very simple It is in black and white so it is a really good book for younger kidsbabies that like to look at contrast and having them do so even helps develop their visionHowever I feel that there is an underlying message to this story An important one but I think it will get lost on the littles You can always use it to open up a discussion with them but depending on the age it still may be uite a bit over their headsThis review is based on a copy provided by the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest reviewFind of my reviews here


  3. says:

    Readers can enjoy this board book simply on its own merits as a story about two different cats But it can also be appreciated as a metaphor for the way many of us approach life In the case of each cat they cannot see each other and play together in a black and white world Instead they leave their safe spaces and frolic in a colorful world The book gives readers something to think about as they ponder the similarities and differences of those around them The stark contrasts of the black and white colors will appeal to young readers especially because of the delight of the last page


  4. says:

    It's one of those high contrast books for babies but there's a plot so for the parent it is far engaging than what you'll find in the competitionAside when I ask my one year old if he wants a story he will emphatically shake his head no and then point to this bookGiven the inclusive moral and the Taoist imagery at the end it was a little surprising that both cats were malemy favorite uote White Cat visits Black Cat and whoosh He disappears


  5. says:

    Cybils nominee for board book More later


  6. says:

    Very cute little book with great contrast that appeals to a little one's eyes My ten month old tends to be interested in chewing on and waving around books lately than looking at them but this one he kept stopping to stare at the pages The story itself is really sweet too and could be a great early introduction to racial peace


  7. says:

    Meh This bored me and I didn’t love the illustrations particularly Maddie loved it though she’s super into cats and can actually say cat so she loved shouting out cat every single page and pointing to them


  8. says:

    Totally buying this next time I need to get a baby book


  9. says:

    An adorable book perfect for young children given the high contrast illustrations and the simple text


  10. says:

    I got this book as a gift for a friend's baby shower Lovely book for babies


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Cat are friends But in a world of black and white someone is always har. Cybils nominee for board book More later

REVIEW ´ SIGMAENCLOSURES.CO.UK Ð Claire Garralon

D to see Can they find a way to play together without someone disappeari. Meh This bored me and I didn’t love the illustrations particularly Maddie loved it though she’s super into cats and can actually say cat so she loved shouting out cat every single page and pointing to them

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A black and white board book with a colorful surpriseBlack cat and white. Review originally posted on Mostly YA LitHello it's been awhile hasn't it I'm so happy to be back to blogging again It feels great to be reading and reviewing again since my baby has taken over my lifeIn case you missed it this is my daughter Gemma She was born in mid November  She's now 9 weeks old 85 lbs and an absolute joy We had uite a ride with her a lot of extra hospital visits tears breastfeeding issues I'm happy to say that things have levelled out a bit and we've gotten into a bit of a routineGetting to know Gemma has been both incredibly terrifying What if I can't soothe her What if she can't eat What if she never stops having gas and incredibly rewarding She's just started smiling for real and it's just everything to me to see her sweet face happy and healthyAnyway in terms of blogging I'm going to do my best to get reviews and some fun stuff up but posting will be slower I'm aiming for one post a week and hoping you guys will enjoy seeing some new stuff like a BabyLit feature for all of you aspiring or new parents or for those friends you're gifting toSpeaking of BabyLit this is a book blog and I would be remiss if I didn't mention Gemma's current favorite books 4 Favorite Baby Books To Read To Your Newborn  This was a baby shower ask from me and gifted by Michele from Just a Lil Lost I wanted a high contrast book that focused on what else cats Luckily Gemma loves it the patterns are easy for her to look at and focus on and the story is fun and cuteThis is cloth book given to us by my mother in law Gemma loves all the colours and the fact that the book has a crackly sound inside The rhymes are great for her to listen to and remember She loves it when my husband reads it nice and slow and in a funny voiceThis is a classic for a reason Right away Gemma loved the rhymes and she's been and interested in the colours as her vision improves It's also a little different because it has a moment where the story kind of corrects itself which makes me laughThis was another gift from Michele and it's got a pretty cute message in rhyme of course about what a feminist baby can beGot any other baby books that newborns in your life love Send me your recs I love finding new books for Gemma And don't worry guys reviews of YA books as well as romance are comingThanks for sticking with me during this hiatus I'm excited to get back to talking books with you