Monday, December 27, 2021

"Stinky Feet" - a bookwrap



Stinky Feet 

Authored by Krystaelynne Sanders Diggs

Illustrated by Firman Putra Irawan


*Ages:  Baby -3

* Length:  24 pages

* Publisher:  Books Go Social  

* Pub. Date:  August 16, 2021

* Language: English

Unwrapping Some Illustrations 

The Book

This silly rhyming story is about a little boy with stinky feet.  It seems to be a joke that the whole family is in on as the two words "stinky feet" are repeated again and again as the story unfolds.  

Every turn of the day whether he is eating, playing, sleeping or even bathing the term stinky feet pops up resulting in warmhearted giggles and laughter from his various family members.  

This is the perfect book to share with a little one who might be reluctant to have a bath.  The wonderful illustrations enrich the text and draws kids into their "stinky feet" game. I love the diverse family members and the fun and love that is expressed between them all.  I highly recommend this book. 

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!


Meet the Author

Krystaelynne was born and raised in northern California. Never one to sit still and wait for life to come to her, she earned a handful of degrees ranging from Criminal Justice Administration to Political Science. Her work and curiosity took her across the country in pursuit of higher knowledge and a means to secure her future, both for herself and her family.

Krystaelynne has made a career in marketing and public relations and is a sought after voice in a crowded marketplace. Her unique insights and natural talent elevate her to one of the best in the business, a fact she takes great pride in as well as a dedication to staying ahead of trends to provide the best possible experience for her clients.

An established professional, Krystaelynne has always felt the quiet whisper to write. While she dreams of one day crafting the great American novel, she has focused her efforts on children’s books. Her reward comes from seeing the raw joy in children’s faces as they read her books. It is the motherly instinct of wanting every child to feel safe, loved, and cherished that compels her to provide the very best for her young readers.

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