WELCOME: A Mo Willems Guide For New Arrivals

We are huge Mo Willems fans here at The Children’s Nook.  He is a talented author that has created so many wonderful stories.  Considering how many hours my kids and I have spent giggling over their adventures, Elephant & Piggie practically feel like family.  However, talented Willems is at creating new lovable characters, I couldn’t resist sharing Mo Willems book WELCOME which features a character you will all love…..your new arrival!  Whether you are expecting a new child, grandbaby, niece, or nephew, this awesomely funny and sweet guide is for your family’s new arrival.  The humor in this book is great and the little ones will love the mirrors at the front and back of this book.  I have yet to meet a baby who does not looking at baby faces….especially his or her own!  There are more words and less illustrations in this guide book but the message is great and will especially be appreciated by new parents!

With a guide helping parents inform their new arrivals that Conditions may vary….there will be human error and We regret to inform you there will be ice cream disasters, parents and their little ones will definitely be able to laugh at their mistakes.  Even with this amazing guide, we all have to face the facts….mistakes will be made.  However, these sweet little bundles will always know they are loved.

WELCOME: A Mo Willems Guide For New Arrivals would make a great baby shower gift or simply add that to the baby gift before heading to the hospital to meet the new bundle of joy because parents needs a few good laughs to go along with the loads of love and lack of sleep that are sure to come with their new arrival!

Buy It!

WELCOME: A Mo Willems Guide For New Arrivals is available for purchase in hardcover online at Amazon as well as other locations.

 

I received a copy of WELCOME for review purposes.  All opinions are mine alone.

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