Charlie Chaloosy is Often Quite Choosy by Brad Mason, Ed. D.

Thank you for stopping by my tour stop with iReadBooksTours! Today’s book is ideal for ages 3-7. Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post and I hope you have a great day!

Book Description:

The Charlie Chaloosy book series kicks off with its inaugural offering, Charlie Chaloosy is Often Quite Choosy.

The first book focuses on Charlie's experiences as he learns lessons, gains new experiences, and grows up in a world that happens to rhyme. The story is told through the use of a playful rhyme scheme and enhanced with beautifully colored illustrations of Charlie tackling new adventures in whimsical detail. The book ends with Charlie providing two pages for the reader to become an author by writing their own story.

Charlie does not like trying new things and he finds he misses out on a lot. He decides to try a little at a time and finds out it’s not so bad. As the mother of a choosy child I can completely relate to this book. It’s a fun book to read because the pictures are cute and the words rhyme. At the end of the book the author left a few pages for your little one to write their own story. A perfect books for your little one to enjoy!
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Meet the Author:

My passion for children's literature stems from 30+ years in education and my re-entry into bedtime stories with the addition of my beautiful grandchildren. I created Charlie as a means for children to learn with Charlie by having a growth mindset when it comes to facing new experiences and learning new things. Children live in a world that is traveling ever faster and my desire is to help them slow down and enjoy childhood through the adventures of Charlie Chaloosy. I hope children have fun with Charlie while engaging their minds through stories that encourage them to read, write, illustrate, and dream a little.

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