Thursday, March 29, 2012

A Perfect Pet for Peyton-book review and giveaway

Publisher: Northfield Publishing
Author:  Rick Osborne & Gary Chapman
ISBN# 978-0-8024-0358-2/0-8024-0358-1
Publication Date:  March 1, 2012



You may be familiar with the original book by Dr. Gary Chapman, The 5 Love Languages.  I would like to introduce to you a new book written by Rick Osborne & Gary Chapman for children called A Perfect Pet for Peyton.
Peyton and Penny the twins are off to Mr. Chapman’s Pet Pal Emporium for their big birthday celebration where they will be given their perfect pet pal! They are so excited to celebrate with their friends as they look around the Emporium and explore all the animals. Hidden animals and bugs are illustrated into the pictures for even more fun as you progress through the book. 




Each child exhibits one of the five love languages and is matched up with the perfect pet that fits his love language. Each of the 5 love languages; gifts, words of affirmation, quality time, physical touch and acts of service are explained and shown easily from a child’s perspective. This book is sure to bless children as well as parents as you cuddle up over and over to read this endearing book.
The  illustrations by Wilson Williams Jr, draw the reader in as the children celebrate not only the birthday but their love languages. 

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Thanks for reading,
 


27 comments:

Ronda peyton said...

our grandson love language is holding onto your hair for comfort, he will get very mad if he cant reach it

christy said...

I've noticed a lot of times people exhibit traits of their love languages. Like my daughter, Abby's, love language is words of affirmation - she loves to write us love notes and e-mails and loves to receive them, too. Mackenzie's love language is quality time - she loves loves to do anything as long as we are spending time together.

This sounds like a great book! I'll have to check it out! ;-)

Kristina said...

Quality time

Shannon said...

Physical touch for sure. She loves being held and touched.

Sally Guillen said...

While I don't have kids of my own I did adopt my brother's, who passed away. I'd have to say the younger ones are always giving hugs and kisses. The oldest who is 14 will sometimes give a hug, but its rare. So I suppose touch is their love language.

Mrs. Camera Happy said...

Definitely physical touch. She could snuggle for days!

aggcalifornia said...

His is Quality time... just like mine! Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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Living On A Dollar said...

Hugging

Nancy said...

I suppose it depends on the child. I'd guess most are quality time or language would be for most children.

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Nancy said...

I suppose it depends on the child. I'd guess most are quality time or language would be for most children.

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Diana said...

I think they always like a good hug!
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Teresa Kirts said...

quality time

anastaciagrace said...

I'm not sure, he is only 3. Maybe physical touch?

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anastaciagrace said...

Thanks for this giveaway.

Emily said...

My daughter holds my hand a looks at me with big dreamy eyes and tells me she loves me and she calls me her buddy because she says I'm her best friend. (Melts my heart every time!)

Jennifer said...

mine is he loves to to hold my hand
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Crib Couture said...

I don't know what my child's love language is, but would like to learn more about it.

octoberthings said...

I'm not sure yet, my daughter is only 18 months. Looking forward to seeing who she becomes though!
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Deborah Petiot said...

I don't have any kids but I have lots of nieces and nephews I'd love to share this with! Thanks.

Melissa said...

I don't know.
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Jackee said...

I dont know :)
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cindy said...

My son loves to give hugs and my 1 yr old daughter loves to give kisses
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kpintn said...

Those moments that I get that tender look.....love it!
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Jennifer said...

I'd have to say physical touch! :)

corey1971 said...

Definitely touch (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com_

jadavis said...

quality time
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helpful heather said...

id say touch heather.loftus@aol.com