Imagination

Holiday Gift Guide:  Build & Imagine

Holiday Gift Guide: Build & Imagine

Help your child unleash their creativity this holiday season with amazing toys from Build & Imagine.  One of our absolute favorites from this company is the Fairytale Theater.  The magnetic panels provide endless possibilities for mixing and matching that are only limited by your children’s imagination.  This set can be combined with the other sets to(…)

Martha & Me

Martha & Me

A beautifully illustrated story that celebrates the joys of artistic creation and the power of imagination If you are looking for a story that will evoke your child’s creativity and imagination, look no further. This adorable story full of adventure has fun-loving characters in Martha and the Lion. The rhyming tempo keeps the story moving(…)

Holiday Gift Guide:  Masked Fairy Tales

Holiday Gift Guide: Masked Fairy Tales

The countdown for the holidays has begun and here at Mom-Spot we have amazing recommendations for this year’s gift giving.  Each day from now until Christmas Eve, we will be featuring a recommended toy, book, stocking stuffer or special gift for the kids, mom and dad and the other members of the family.  For a(…)

Billie’s At It Again in New Adventures

Billie’s At It Again in New Adventures

We first introduced you to Billie back in December of 2016.  Her first four books took us on adventures in the desert, underwater, in the jungle and at the yummy bakery.  Billie is at it again in two new adventures this time taking us to outer space and the animal hospital. When Billie B. Brown(…)

Franklin’s Flying Bookshop

Franklin’s Flying Bookshop

A magical story about a little girl and a dragon who dream up a plan to share their love of books and stories Franklin the dragon loves stories and loves reading stories to people too, but everyone is too scared to even talk to him. One day, he meets a girl named Luna who, rather(…)

Boat of Dreams – A Picture Book With No Words

Boat of Dreams – A Picture Book With No Words

Boat of Dreams How does a fastidious old man with bowler, umbrella, suspenders, and a Salvador Dali mustache come to live on a deserted island? How does a boy come to live alone in an apparently deserted city? Are they separated by distance or by time? Does the man dream the boy? Does the boy(…)