Lily Lemon Blossom: Welcome to Lily’s Room

Title of Book: Lily Lemon Blossom: Welcome to Lily’s Room

Time length to read: 2-4 min.

Age recommend: 3-6

Author: Barbara Miller

Illustrator: Inga Shalvashvili

Best place to purchase: Amazon (Click words for direct link)

Price: Free (Kindle versions) $8.58 (Paperback)

So today I am sharing a book that I discovered while looking through the Amazon Kindle store. Yep, I finally got a kindle for Christmas (I can hear the “Hallelujah” chorus already 😉 ) and I saw this book and had to check it out. Lily Lemon Blossom: Welcome to Lily’s Room, by Barbara Miller, is just one of the books in the series Lily Lemon Blossom. In this book, Lily takes you on a little tour throughout her room and shows you the various activities that her imagination takes her throughout a day in her room.

I thought this book was really cute. It is a good read for really young girls and toddlers as well. While there is really no specific moral value/lesson in the book, I found that it still shows that having a creative imagination can keep you happy, and that’s something important to remind kids today. I wouldn’t recommend this book to older children though, as it is more focused on the younger ages for reading.

The illustrations, done by Inga Shalvashvili, are beautifully colored (in pink mostly). Inga does a good job of really bringing the story of Lily to life with the details she puts into the illustrations.

So if you are looking for a good book (more so for young girls) then I would highly recommend checking this one out. And if you have a Kindle, it’s free, so why not check it out? But if you’d like a paperback copy, that is available as well. Just check out the “Best Place to Purchase” link above. :)

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