Thursday, December 16, 2021




Book Details:

Book Title:  Gingersnap Snatcher by Vicky Weber
Category:  Children's Fiction (ages 3 to 7), 32 pages
Genre:  Children's 
Publisher:  Trunk Up Books
Release date:   December 2021
Formats Available for Review: print-softback USA, e-book (PDF)
Tour dates: December 7 to December 17
Content Rating:  G.  Suitable for everyone.
Book Description:
Abuela made cookies to eat after school. The gingersnap kind, just the thought made us drool! We rushed home excited. We opened the door…The cookies were missing - just CRUMBS on the floor! Can you help the kids crack the case of the GINGERSNAP SNATCHER?

Buy the Book:
(scheduled release Dec 2021)
Meet the Author:

Vicky Weber is a musician and an elementary educator with a love for children’s literature. As a Puerto Rican author of TaĆ­no descent, she strives to create picture books that are fun, engaging, and educational. All her current titles are based on her background in music education or her heritage. While she has taught a variety of grade levels, primary level education is where her passion lies. It has long been a dream of hers to teach children through the magic of books and she hopes you love reading her works as much as she loved writing them.

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My Review
 Gingersnap Snatcher by Vicky Weber began when Abuela made cookies yet only crumbs were left when the kids went to eat them. Who snatched the cookies? That one question started the young detectives off on their case of the missing cookies. This was a great kids book great for young children.

My favorite time of day…
Mornings are always crazy. We wake up, rush around, and shove breakfast down while
multitasking because otherwise, us parents don’t get breakfast. I change the baby, get
her dressed, make her formula for the day, get everything organized, feed her, pack for
daycare, and get myself ready.
And then the day begins. The baby plays and learns while my husband and I work. We
come home and the craziness continues: cooking, cleaning, eating, the list goes on and
But then, my husband takes our daughter upstairs while I make her a bottle. And from
the kitchen, I can hear him read to her.
I will love you till the cows come home from a trip to Mars through skies unknown, in a
rocket ship made of glass and stone... I will love you till the cows come home. (Kathryn
I go upstairs and see her nuzzled there on his chest, entranced by every word. I see
him smiling down at her, pointing out the pictures on each page. They both look up
when I walk in, and in the calm of the evening, I join in too.
And that is my favorite moment of the day.

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