Adorable children’s book at an affordable price – Whiny Whiny Rhino + Giveaway

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Disclosure: I received this book to review. The opinions shared here are 100% mine.

When the whining starts, chocolate or some serious protein intake is usually required to curb my plaintive self. Yep, I can be whiny. My husband is truly a saint to put up with me all these years. That’s why I totally get it when my kids are whiny; they come by it naturally. It doesn’t excuse their behavior, though, and I definitely try to redirect that negative energy. Whining can often be a way to hide behind childhood fears or unsettled worry. That’s why Whiny Whiny Rhino is such an endearing book!
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The illustrations completely MAKE this book.  It’s bold, fun, and adorable.  Although it’s available for Kindle, I highly suggest the print copy.  It’s a large and attractive book that makes a great gift.  Your little one will get a kick out of Tiny and how he handles his fears.  Better yet, it’s a great conversation starter!  Try switching up the words using your kids’ names and habits to see what they say.  They’ll probably laugh and consider the Whiny Rhino next time they’re in a scary situation.  The story reminds me a little bit of the Llama who wears red pajamas; my kids loved that story and we referred to it often when comparing situations with them.  In this way, I like the way that Whiny Whiny Rhino approaches the issues Tiny faced, helping to lighten the mood while still acknowledging his emotions.

 

Can Tiny Tiny Rhino have a fun day?

Or will all of his whining get in the way?

If you’ve ever been worried to try something new,

then Whiny Whiny Rhino is the book for you!

The story’s message is like the Mark Twain quote, “I’ve had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened.” We all get apprehensive when encountering new experiences and this often leads us to avoid ever trying anything new. Just having a little courage to try new things can often lead to a much more exciting and enriching life.

Would you like to win a copy of Whiny Whino Rhino for someone in your life? Enter on the form below! Void where prohibited by law. Please read the terms (I’m not holding this giveaway.)
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(Note that this is a third-party giveaway. I am not responsible for the information provided in the entry form.)

 

Author’s Bio:

McBoop is the creative team of Carmin Iadonisi & Amanda Iadonisi-Word. This father-daughter duo co-wrote and illustrated Whiny Whiny Rhino. They currently live in New England where they enjoy making art, reading comics, playing board games, eating fancy chocolate and whining about the weather.

Connect with them here: Website ~ Facebook ~ Twitter

Where to buy the book: Amazon

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Comments

  1. Danielle Papsis says:

    I’d like to win this book for my daughter as she tends to whine.

  2. What a great idea, Andie!

  3. At the end of the week, my kids get a NO WHINING BONUS on top of their allowance, if all chores are completed without reminder and without whining. This would put the icing on the cake – we could read it every night.

  4. Sara Sharp says:

    I would love to win this book to give as a gift!

  5. Mippy/Sabrina says:

    I want to win this book to read to or give to my nephew. He needs this book.

  6. I love giving kids books and reading them together.

  7. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    As a school teacher and mom, I love a good picture book with a lesson to be learned;)

  8. I want to win this book because I’m having a baby in February and I only one have book so far. I want a big collection of books because I love reading.

  9. I would love to win this for my grandsons. They love books.

  10. Debbie Bray says:

    I’d like to win this book because it would make a great Christmas gift for my niece

  11. Anita Yancey says:

    I want to win this book because I think my daughter would love it. It’s a really cute book. Thanks for having this giveaway.

  12. Sherry Compton says:

    Cute name and idea. Would love to read this with my granddaughter and see what connections she makes.

  13. I’d like to win this so I could read it to my great nephew, the biggest whiner I’ve known, lol 🙂

  14. I’m starting a collection for my grandchildren

  15. Robert Brown says:

    This would be great for my daughter.

  16. What an adorable book, I love all the great topics it covers, and the cute style of illustrations!

  17. I want to win this book so my grandsons can read it. They can be extremely whiny! They would enjoy the illustrations, too!

  18. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review, so happy to hear you enjoyed it! That’s an absolutely wonderful idea to switch up the words with your own child/their habits – we’ll have to try that out with our little one, I’m sure she’ll have a good laugh about it. Thanks again!

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  1. […] “The illustrations completely MAKE this book.  It’s bold, fun, and adorable.  Although it’s available for Kindle, I highly suggest the print copy.  It’s a large and attractive book that makes a great gift.  Your little one will get a kick out of Tiny and how he handles his fears.  Better yet, it’s a great conversation starter!  Try switching up the words using your kids’ names and habits to see what they say.  They’ll probably laugh and consider the Whiny Rhino next time they’re in a scary situation.” – Savings in Seconds […]

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