Pictured are all of the FREE or HALF-PRICE books I received after hosting my own Usborne Book Party!! 😱 🎉 This was amazing to receive so many books and I’m so, so ecstatic that Zeppelin will have a great reading foundation to start with.
I was -very- hesitant to host a party, but after it was done, I don’t know why I was so nervous in the first place..🤷🏻♀️ I invested maybe 2-3 hours into it overall and didn’t have to pay anything to book it! (I did pay for shipping the books that I ordered however, but that was minimal as well. 😃) These were also all books that I handpicked, so there wasn’t any limitation on what I could choose from Usborne’s Catalog either.
Seriously, if you have any young people in your life, I definitely recommend considering hosting your own party. This is a great way to help build their library.
And did you know that Usborne has books for special needs, (like Autism for example📘💙) as well?! So nobody is excluded, which I think is a wonderful concept! 💛
If you are interested in booking, please reach out to @busybhomeschool (Amy Berry) with any questions or to book. You are also welcome to shoot me a message for more details of my experience, if you’re still on the fence! 😃
It’s all online, super easy and can work to fit into your schedule needs! 🙌🏼 So why wouldn’t you book?! 🤔 (Pun intended. 😂)
Waooo... All the way from Akwa ibom, my beautiful Mama's came around to shop with us... One of these beautiful women came to my shop to buy clothes and she satisfied with my the way my sale's rep attended to her. Whenever her friends comes to Lagos and they want to shop, she will bring them straight to my shop. Through this beautiful woman, I have been connected to some many of her friends. Honestly I owe her a special gift. Mama, I know you are not on IG, but I am praying that God will bless you more and more.
He was a big parakeet in a tiny cage that forced his body into a stoop. His water dish was dry and his food bowl was empty. A family had moved and left him behind, alone in an empty house. I transferred him to the biggest habitat I could find and filled it with parakeet toys: mirrors, balls, bells, chewing sticks. I named him Re for rebirth. Then one day I saw that he had straightened his body. He stood tall, gripping his perch with new strength. His green feathers shone, and his eyes were bright. Re’s rebirth had begun. -Kamran Smith