July 30, 2018

Benji & The Giant Kite Book Review & Giveaway

Disclosure: I received this product for free in exchange for an unbiased, honest review. In no way did the discount affect my review of the product. All opinions are my own. Affiliate links are used in this post. Read my full disclosure here.

Benji & The Giant Kite Review 


Benji & The Giant Kite tell the story of a boy named Benji and his love of kites. One day he sees a giant kite in a store that he would love to have, but his mom makes him work for it. I love the message this book gives about working hard to achieve your dreams! It isn't always easy, but it's so worth it.

The book is recommended for ages 4 and up, but my one-year-old actually loves this book. She is obsessed with the dog and pointed him out on each page. Plus the artwork is beautiful and there were a lot of little details that she pointed at and wanted to know what they were.

It's not too long either, so it makes for the perfect bedtime read. Overall, I highly recommend this book to be added to your child's library!


You can purchase your own copy on Amazon or enter below for a chance to win a copy!


Benji & The Giant Kite Giveaway



Sponsored By: Jane Wesman Public Relations
Hosted By: Forever My Little Moon

Open to US residents. Must be 18+ to enter.
Giveaway runs: 7/30/18 - 8/20/18
Good luck!

11 comments:

  1. I would share this book with my nephews
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  2. I would read this to my new granddaughter who turns two months old this week.

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  3. I would gift this to my grandkids and read it to them whenever I visited

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  4. I would read and give this book to my granddaughter - she would enjoy it.

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  5. I will read it to my granddaughters.

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  6. This looks good! My little boy really enjoys a book called Someone Bigger which is about a boy and his dad flying a kite so we might give this one a go too :D

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  7. I would read it to my grandaughter

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  8. I would give this to my sister read to her students. She is an elementary school librarian. I think the younger kids would love it.

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  9. My granddaughters ages 18 months and 1 year

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