I Love Autumn

I Love Autumn

by Shelley Admont, Illustrated by Sonal Goyal

In this children’s book, Jimmy, the little bunny, explores autumn, his favorite season. He enjoys being outside and playing with colorful leaves. When it starts raining, he and his family find interesting activities to do at home. They spend a wonderful day together, no matter the weather.

Our Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I think everyone can agree with Jimmy, Autumn is amazing! The beautiful leaves that change from green to a wide variety of yellow, orange, reds and browns. This is the first year my son was able to jump in a pile of leaves and really enjoy himself. I lived watching the wonder in his eyes as he looked at everything like Jimmy does, including picking up leaves for Mommy. Fantastic book to wrap up this Fall season, with illustrations to match. Kid Kiddos books are also available in a Bilingual version – with many language options.

Shelley Admont

Being a parent herself and working with children for over twenty years, Shelley’s goal is to inspire and educate kids, through her books. She refuses to grow up and has a lot of fun playing with kids and creating stories. She hopes her books could entertain her young readers and give parents an opportunity to spend some quality time with their little ones. Visit Shelley’s website:

kidkiddos.com

Huge thank you to Kid Kiddos books for sending us this book in exchange for our honest review. You can get yours by clicking on the book below or visiting the website above.

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