Adventures at Walnut Grove: A Lesson about Teasing

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I received the book “Adventures at Walnut Grove: A Lesson About Teasing” from the author Dana Lehman today and I was anxious to open the package! Upon opening the package I found a signed copy of her FIRST children book and a craft that goes along with the lesson of teaching that teasing is not nice.

The book itself flows very nice, and story line is simple yet educational. Not only does “Adventures at Walnut Grove: A Lesson About Teasing” teach children in a unique way how teasing affects others, but the book also incorporates math and other skills important for children to learn. On the last page of this book you will see a list of questions that a parent or a teacher may go over with their children or classroom.

This book is geared towards an age of 3 and above. The book is a simple read, and will keep the attention of little ones until the end. You can purchase this book or both of her children’s books today by visiting her website www.lehmanpublishing.com.

My daughter was so excited to have received this book in addition to the book being signed that we decided to vlog about our new book:


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8 comments

  1. Kim (104 comments) says:

    I loved this review. As a former 4th grade teacher and now a mom of three, I know how important these books are! To write about vital life lessons in a non-threatening way is tremendous. I’m impressed that this author has self-published and will definitely be going to her site to find out more about this book and any others she has. Thank you Brandy for sharing it through video, too. It’s one of those conversations that I can see every mom having with their children. Great review!

    Kim

  2. Duong (1 comments) says:

    Great Review and post and how you included your daughter and asked her a question. I love stories for kids that have a meaningful. How very cool!!

  3. Olivia (25 comments) says:

    Great review Brandy and Kiara! :) I am taking a Children’s Literature Class and I am really into picking books as I have always aspired to be a teacher (even though I’m a business major). Someday I would like to have a huge library for my kids and this book looks like a GREAT one to add. I bookmarked her site and I will get some money and order it ;)

  4. Debbie (59 comments) says:

    We also have both of Dana’s books and I have to say that they are my sons favorite books and they have me read them over and over again to them. Now when a book like this comes before spiderman, batman, and ironman books you know you have a winner!

    Its well written, great colors schemes throughout the books and they are so easy for the kids to follow and learn from. If you haven’t picked up these books for your child, classroom or library your really missing out.

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