The winner is comment #4, Maria Dos Santos! Congratulations, Maria. Be on the lookout for an email from me.
Mommy, what time is it?
Mommy, when are we going to eat dinner?
Mommy, are we there yet?
Mommy, can I have this? Can you buy me that?
Mommy, why is it called winter? Summer? Spring? Fall? Is it fall, or is it autumn?
Mommy, can I…?
Mommy, why is…?
Anyone with children has no doubt heard the above questions, on a very regular basis.
And, let’s not forget the “whys” and the “what ifs.”
But, as annoying as all the questions are… Kids ask questions. It’s what they do. Its how they learn (at least that’s what I tell myself to keep from blowing my top after question #37).
The kid is no exception to the 50 questions per day minimum. That’s why I was so excited to review a copy of What If the Sky Was Red? (written by Mark Askin and illustrated by Hailey Myziuk ).
What if the sky was red? is a really fun picture book that encourages its readers to think of the possibilities of things being different. To question what is normal, and to ask… “what if.”
The kid really enjoyed the book and giggled the entire time he was reading it.
Because he enjoyed so much, I’m giving away a copy to one of my readers.
- To enter, just leave a comment, telling me the craziest, weirdest, funniest question your little one has ever asked.
- Winner will be chosen at random, Sunday, Dec. 30.
Disclosure: A copy of What if the sky was red? was provided to me, free of charge, for the purpose of review. However, as always, opinions are all mine.