Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Spider in My Mailbox

Let's take a quick peek at Linda Asato's Spider in My Mailbox.

What the book is about: Children will love this delightful picture book where they can learn the days of the week as well as colors and numbers up to 7. They will also learn about the different objects that one child sees on the way to get mail from the family mailbox.

For a sneak peek inside the book, check out Linda's Writing Web and see two delightful pictures from inside the book.

This is a delightful looking book and I wish I had some young children in my life to give this book to but all my younguns are grown up and the little ones in my life, I don't have much contact with. I think any child just learning about numbers, animals and the days of the week will enjoy Spider in My Mailbox.

Enjoy a glimpse into Linda's children's world.


Martha said...

What a cute book, love the illustrations and any book that helps teach children along with the fun of reading is always great.
Keep up the good work
Martha Swirzinski

Vivian Zabel said...

Linda's book is cute. Her writing is interesting for children, as well as helping them learn, and the illustrations by Ryan Shaw help bring her words to life.

Katie Hines said...

I ah have grandchildren (well, almost 2), so this is definitely a must buy for them!

DarcĂ­a Helle said...

Congratulations on your book, Linda! I must confess that I am truly creeped out by spiders, so I hope there isn't one in my mailbox!

Margaret Fieland said...

Sounds like a cute book, and thanks for the interesting interview.

Karen and Robyn - Writing for Children said...

Linda's book is on my to get list from my grandkids. I too love books that help teach or inspire children. I love the cover also.

Great interview, Elysabeth.

Karen Cioffi

Linda Asato said...

Thank you for the lovely posting of me as a guest. You did a great job. Also thank you to all that visited.
Linda Asato

Gayle said...

You book sounds terrific, Linda!

Liana said...

Linda, good luck with your wonderful book! All the best,

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