Fun Picture Books From Flowerpot Children’s Press

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I have always loved picture books, especially ones that are educational for kids. Books are always educational on their own because kids are reading and absorbing but a picture book that teaches is a step further. Flower Pot Press has come out with some fun books that has fun word-play in them. Parents will love reading them and kids will love hearing them over and over.


Empower your vocabulary with this hilarious dictionary full of playfully re-paired words that motivate, uplift, and inspire. Laugh and learn as you read each new word, and discover the amazing power our words have when we use them to encourage others and ourselves!

This is an adorable picture book that has page after page with fun illustrations and silly words. The pages contain words mixed together such as Inspire + Harmony to make Inspirmony or Jollyaboration from Joy + Collaboration. Kids can learn so many words from this book and the definitions of them.

How I Did It!

Curious and inspired, I was full of ideas. I turned adversity into adventure when I took a chance and tried to change. Readers young and old will be inspired by how I did it.

This picture book is full of letters and rhyming. It is a perfect book to teach letters and get kids excited about reading. My 6-year-old daughter loves hearing it and it is a simple enough book to read anytime.

BUY IT:  Look for Alphabetter and How I Did It! on Amazon or wherever books are sold.

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive the Kid’s Picture Books “How I Did It!” and “Alphabetter”

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This giveaway ends July 14, 2017.

Speak Your Mind



  1. Onyinye Elochukwu says:

    I’ll read How I Did It first

  2. Shane A says:

    I’d red my niece the How I did it book first.

  3. We would read alpha better first.

  4. rosemary says:


  5. Samantha says:

    I would read the How I Did It book with my daughter first!

  6. Abigail says:

    I think we’d start with How I Did It!

  7. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I’d go with How I Did It first! It sounds more like my grand son!

  8. We’d read How I did it!

  9. denise low says:

    First we would read How I did it.

  10. I will pick the Alphabet first

  11. heather says:

    I would love to read How I Did It first.

  12. How I Did It.

  13. MargaretAnn Rice says:

    How I Did It, looks great!

  14. Jennylyn Gross says:

    the alphabetter

  15. My nephew would like to read Alphabetter first.

  16. Emily R. says:

    I would read Alphabetter first! Both books look so cute 🙂

  17. Susan Smith says:

    I would read Alphabetter first with my daughter.

  18. First we would read Alpha Better.


  20. Janet Woodling says:

    How I Did It

  21. I think I would read to my grandkids How I Did It first

  22. Kristina Leezer says:

    I would read AlphaBetter to my son first.

  23. Cynthia C says:

    I would let my nieces choose which one to read first.

  24. Kathryn Hyatt says:

    I’d definitely read the Alphabetter first

  25. Feist Laura says:

    Great prize

  26. vickie couturier says:

    probably the alpha better

  27. Debbie Clauer says:

    I would read Alphabetter first with my granddaughter.

  28. I’d like to read the Alphabetter book first with the kids 🙂

  29. kelly light says:

    I would read Alpha Better first.

  30. Gina Ferrell says:

    I would read the How I Did It book first.

  31. Patty wright says:

    Alpha better.

  32. Lisa Williams says:

    I think my daughter would like to read How I Did It! first but they both look fun to read.

  33. I would pick alphabetized first. But they both look really fun for little ones.

  34. Angelica Dimeo says:

    I would pick alphabetter first

  35. John Smith says:

    “Leave a blog post comment on which book you’d read first?” We would read “Alpha Better” first.

  36. I think we would start with the How I Did It book. Looks like a fun read.

  37. Victoria Scott says:

    I’d love to read them both, but I think we’d go with Alphabetter first! 🙂

  38. That would be a hard choice but I think we would read Alpha Better first.