The Giant of Jum

The Giant of Jum

We have such a love of books here at Mom-Spot and we want to continue to bring you fun reads for your kids.  Macmillan has a great new children’s picture book out:  The Giant of Jum. Overview of the story: The Giant of Jum is feeling a bit munchy. “Fee!” he says, and “Fi!” he(…)

Wind & Willow Soup Mixes

January is National Soup Month and we’ve been on a quest to find the best of the best in soup mixes. Today we feature Wind & Willow.  They make a great soup mix full of flavor. Chicken Noodle Soup Mix Easy to make in just about 12 minutes (depending on how long it takes the(…)

Control the Chaos in the Car with Travel Tray

Control the Chaos in the Car with Travel Tray

Want more control and less chaos in the car when it comes to snacks. The Travel Tray is a universal design, all-in-one cup and snack holder that fits quickly and easily into your standard car seat and auto cup holder. Travel Tray is focused on stopping spills in the car- great for kids and when(…)

Celebrate Kid Inventor’s Day

Celebrate Kid Inventor’s Day

Some of the most ingenious things have been invented by kids. Did you know 15-year-old Chester Greenwood invented earmuffs in 1873? Kids can be quite surprising when it comes to solving problems. Encourage your young inventor with these books: The Kids’ Invention Book The Kids Invention Book takes you step-by-step through the invention process.  Your(…)

Mackenzie Goes Adventuring

Mackenzie Goes Adventuring

Overview of the story: J.L. Baumann’s new book, Mackenzie Goes Adventuring, takes place in the happy town of Snookton.The main character, Mackenzie, decides to take a different path home after school one day. After convincing another friend to adventure with her through the enchanted woods, they soon find out why their teacher told them to(…)

Frankenstein Turns 200 – Celebrate with These Books

Frankenstein Turns 200 – Celebrate with These Books

Frankenstein was published on May 11, 1818 and this year, we are celebrating it’s 200th anniversary. There have been movie adaptions, halloween costumes and so much more generated from what some call, “the first science fiction story.” Through out the month, we are going to feature children’s books that have Frankenstein, or a parody, as(…)