Reading books are a night time routine in our house. My son loves to listen to the stories. I am always excited to find new books on different topics that we haven’t read about. I was thrilled to get the chance to review these two books from My Friend Paris.
About the Author
Paris Morris is a 14 year old author living in San Francisco. She started writing at the age of 11. She writes about her travels and her beautiful twin sisters. (Wow such talent at a young age)
Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe
This is the first book in Paris’ travels. She travels to Lake Tahoe with her family for fun and adventure. I love this book because I could relate it better with my son. It’s from a child’s point of view and I think Cooper could understand it more. While this book is about a girl, I don’t think it really matter who reads this.
I’m Having Twins
This is a great story to have on hand if you are an expecting Mom and are worried about how the sibling is going to react with a new baby or babies. Again what is great is that this is being told from the child’s point of view. The trials and tribulations of being a big sister and the realizations that they are hers too. This is a book that got Paris Morris started as a young author. She lived this experience and wants all families to know how the transitions can be.
Cooper enjoyed these books. While he couldn’t relate really to the twins book he did really love the adventure of Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe. It spurred the “Mom let’s go there now” mentality but it did spark the conversation of how much fun and adventure family vacations can be. I do think he related more because it was written for him by a child like him.
These books would be a great birthday party gift for your child to take.
New Year Publishing is giving one lucky reader to win a book of their choice from My Friend Paris. US Residents only. Ends 8/1/13. Good Luck
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