Monday, November 29, 2021

" Boogie: The Strong Booger"- a bookwrap



Boogie: The Strong Booger

 by Krystaelynne Sanders Diggs


* Ages:  2-8
* Grade Level:  PS-3
* Length:  32 pages
* Publisher:  Word Wise
* Pub. Date:  Oct. 24, 2021
* Language:  English

Unwrapping Some Illustrations for You

The Book

This is a fun informative book about boogers of all things.  Kids will meet the Strong Booger whose job it is to protect people from bacteria and viruses entering into their bodies. 

Kids will love the gross topic and delightful illustrations.  I'm sure there will be a lot of ,"YEWWWWS" and giggles as they read through the story. They will become aware of how magnificent their body design really is... right down to their last lonely booger.  

The illustrations are bold, bright and very kid friendly.  Who thought that snot could be personified in such a cute package?  Little ones will understand why boogers are very important and should be left alone to shield and protect them from warring enemies that can cause them harm.  I love the book and highly recommend it. 

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 pubic 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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