For those of you who have family and friends visiting Mother’s Day weekend, capture those special moments in a compact Memolio album (about 4x2.5”). You'll want to watch the demo, it's fun and easy. Create an album, then send them to your loved ones as a thank you or momento of their visit. The only risk is that you'll probably want one for every occasion.
Dear Mom was strategically placed on the check-out counter at Books Inc. and, of course, I found it difficult to put it down. It's filled with heartfelt as well as beautifully photographed images of mothers, grandmothers, and children. Get one for your mother, grandmother, sister, best friend, and you.
P.S. There is a Dear Dad copy that you’ll want to get by June 19th.
The Grandparent’s Journal is such a lovely idea. Grandchildren help complete the journal by asking their grandparents questions (e.g. favorite holiday or celebration, favorite childhood games, etc.). I can just hear my mom telling stories about her earlier years and seeing the wonder in my children’s eyes, such a great image.
I so love these images by Sharon Montrose. They have such a peaceful feel and are quite lovely to look at. These simple images, hung in a row, would add elegance to any young girl's room yet still remain playful. Sharon has a beautiful selection of other animal prints suited for other rooms. My son would be brimming with excitement to find reptiles and large cats on his wall.
Instead of a basket of chocolate bunnies this Easter, consider another form of sugar-goodness, Baby Bunnies by Sharon Montrose. Prints come as small as 8.5x11” and as large as 30x40”. She also has images of single bunnies, if you prefer. They're absolutely precious!
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Keep a lasting image of his beloved characters on your wall. You can never outgrow Dr. Seuss and his whimsical and witty stories. Limited edition Prints are $29 each. Offer ends March 5.
One Potato does an exceptional job at curating picture books for children of all ages. You can find a unique selection for your young reader, even if they’ve moved on to chapter books. And, your shopping cart is handled directly by Amazon. Think of One Potato as a refined search engine on top of the largest bookstore. Here are a couple of suggestions in honor of one of our favorite authors Oh, The Places You’ll Go! and And to Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street.