Whiny Whiny Winter Giveaway!

We’re doing a winter giveaway on our facebook page. One lucky grand prize winner will win all of the loot below (a signed hardcover copy of Whiny Whiny Rhino, two prints from the book, one signed limited edition art print, holiday cards, stickers, a bookmark, and a Tiny tote).

Winter Giveaway

Three additional winners will receive signed paperback copies of Whiny Whiny Rhino and the limited edition art print below.


Click here to head on over to our facebook page and enter!

The reviews are in… and we don’t have to hide under a box for eternity!

Half way through the blog tour and the reviews have been so wonderful, it just makes me want to hug everything!



Here are a few excerpts from some reviewers:

“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

“This would be a lovely book to read to a class, as it teaches about bullying and friendship, and most of all, about being brave! We highly recommend it!”Bless Their Hearts Mom

“I had to read the story 3 times in a row and I am sure the other passengers were enjoying the story too. The pictures in the story are bright and colourful, easily getting a childs attention.” Being Tillys Mommy

“This children’s read is the perfect read to help instill confidence in a child who finds themselves worrying about trying new things or simply getting them to believe in themselves.”Cherry Blossoms

“In fact, I thought it felt more like a shiny comic book than your typical children’s story. The characters are well drawn and dynamic and I think any child would delight over the colorful images displayed on each page.”One Frugal Girl

“I loved this!  It is going in my Girl Scout bag to read to the girls when we earn our “Courageous and Strong” petal.” – This That and the Other Thing

 ” ‘Whiny, Whiny Rhino’ fills all of my criteria: gorgeous, full color illustrations with lots to look at without being too busy, minimal story that communicates without overwhelming, and a fun tale to read over and over again . … Children’s books that enable a child to identify emotions and express how he or she is feeling get a gold star from me.”A Peek at my Bookshelf

“This is a fun and quick adventure, especially for little ones that are struggling with letting fear and worry get in the way of having fun. Grasshopper and I give it 4 thumbs up!”Bluerose’s Heart

“WHINY WHINY RHINO is a delightful book that will encourage youngsters to try that new game with their friends and shows them that courage can be as simple as taking that first step. … The beautiful, vivid drawings throughout the book will hold youngsters attention as they follow the tiny rhino on his journey. This charming book will quickly become a favorite in any youngster’s library.”Thoughts in Progress

“So as I’m reading Whiny Whiny Rhino I’m  reminded of one of the all time classic’s and one of my absolute favorite books ever written Green Eggs and Ham by the late great Dr. Seuss. Just as Green Eggs and Ham taught us to try new things,Whiny Whiny Rhino does the same.”Bookroom Reviews

“The message is perfect for both children & adults alike: rather than fretting, go and live your life, try new things and see what happens. You may discover something new! … I can’t wait to share this book with my youngest bonus child next summer as she’s the more apprehensive of the two. The length of the book is perfect, it flows well, and it’s such a great story. What’s not to love!?”Walking With Nora

Here’s a list of all of the stops on our blog tour if you’d like to read the full reviews or continue to follow along:

Sept 22 – Library of Clean Reads – book spotlight / giveaway
Sept 22 – Being Tilly’s Mummy – review / giveaway
Sept 22 – Cherry Blossoms – review
Sept 22 – The Cheshire Cat’s Looking Glass – review / giveaway
Sept 23 – Rockin’ Book Reviews – review
Sept 23 – One Frugal Girl – review
Sept 24 – Christy’s Cozy Corners – review / giveaway
Sept 24 – Crossroad Reviews – review
Sept 25 – Bless Their Hearts Mom – review
Sept 25 – Savings in Seconds – review / giveaway
Sept 26 – This That and the Other Thing – review
Sept 26 – A Peek at My Bookshelf – review
Sept 29 – Bluerose’s Heart – review / giveaway
Sept 29 – Thoughts in Progress – review / giveaway
Sept 30 – Bookroom Reviews – review / guest post / giveaway
Sept 30 – Walking With Nora – review
Oct 1 –     Brooke Blogs – review
Oct 1 –     Savvy Verse and Wit – review
Oct 2 –     Library of Clean Reads – review / giveaway
Oct 2 –     Deal Sharing Aunt – review
Oct 2 –     Like a Bump on a Blog – review
Oct 3 –     Rockin’ Book Reviews – interview / giveaway
Oct 3 –     I’d Rather be Reading at the Beach – review / giveaway
Oct 3 –     Pinky’s Favorite Reads – review / giveaway
Oct 6 –     View From the Birdhouse – review / giveaway
Oct 6 –     Heart of a Philanthropist – review / interview / giveaway
Oct 7 –     Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers – review
Oct 7 –     Sara’s Organized Chaos – review / giveaway
Oct 8 –     3 Partners in Shopping – review / giveaway
Oct 8 –     Create With Joy – review / giveaway
Oct 9 –     Bound 4 Escape – review
Oct 9 –     That Artsy Reader Girl – review
Oct 10 –   Book Dilettante – review
Oct 10 –   Kincavel Korner and Book Blast Central – review