Lorie Ann's Books

Board Books

Bedtime Kiss for Little Fish
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Publishers Weekly
"Utterly serene from start to finish."

Parents Magazine
20 Best Children's Books, 2009

Reach Out and Read
Virtual Book Drive Selection, 2013

Over 200,000 sold!
 
 
Hug Hug!
 

 
About.com
 "Lorie Ann Grover explores the power of a hug and how some of the best hugs don't even need to use arms -- just love." Amanda's Parenting Preschoolers Blog
 
 
When Daddy Comes Home

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Publishers Weekly
"Thick black lines and solid swathes of color make this a joyful celebration for parent and child."

 

1 comment:

Aimee Morgan said...

They say daughters grow up faster than sons. Most parents want their daughters to stay little and share the amazement through their eyes whenever they see something new and exciting. When was the last time your daughter was really excited about reading or about a story? Wondrous fairy stories for little girls are few and far between.
Magelica is an inspiring tale of a small fairy that hatched from a blue sapphire egg. Right from the beginning, the story will take your little one through an amazing world of imagination with Magelica’s story of her
friends, their adventures and what they learn as they grow up. There are inspiring characters such as the Queen who is kind, warm and beautiful and Wally the wizard who is a wise and magical person. There are also fun creatures such as the Baby Dragon, who is Magelica’s trusted pet aspiring to grow up and fly as well as Odin the Warblegrif, who is the crazy messenger on an important mission to find Magelica.
This simple fairy tale will take your daughter and you on a journey through life and its hiccups, and show you how Magelica handles them with the help of her loved ones. In today’s world, when there is so much peer pressure for your little one to grow up and emulate older kids, Magelica is a refreshing tale of a young fairy that teaches them to believe in themselves.

http://www.magelica.com