About Me I am a retired librarian and I now support books and authors through my reviews.

I have always loved to read and I was able to share that love through my work as a public librarian for 22 1/2 years. I now enjoy reading to my granddaughter and supporting authors through my reviews!

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Farm to Film by Hannah Miles Pierrou: Review & Giveaway

The BlogAbout Blogger Network recently sent me two beautiful hardback books, one to review and one to giveaway! Farm to Film, written and illustrated by Hannah Miles Pierrou, is a lovely ABC book for early readers but it's pretty enough to be displayed on your coffee table! Check out my review and then enter the giveaway for a copy of Farm to Film.


ABOUT THE BOOK

An Alphabetical Adventure Told Through the Eyes of an Old Lens.

Adventure through the alphabet with fun illustrations and nostalgic joy as you read to your child (or have them read to you)! Farm to Film: An Alphabetic Adventure Told Through the Eyes of An Old Lens written and illustrated by Hannah Miles Pierrou (Treehouse Storyteller, October, 2021) will attract the eager young reader with the playful images and farm animals.

Find a new favorite animal with every page turned, and enjoy listening to the rhythmic sounds over each read. Readers drawn to wholesome topics for their littles will appreciate the unique watercolor and classic message to entertain children.

Whether it's the geometric designs, the plump pig's expression, or the playful narrative, readers of all ages will be delighted from A-Z.




    



MY THOUGHTS.....

"Have you ever been to nowhere---that really is SOMEWHERE?"

I love this book, and I'm long past the target age for Farm to Film! Hannah Miles Pierrou is the author and illustrator of this special book that is filled with easy-to-read text and gorgeous illustrations that both entertain and educate. From alpacas, to ladybugs, to zippers---the ABCs are used to take young readers on an alphabetical adventure around Pop and Gram's farm, and Pierrou uses mesmerizing text and soothing pastel colors to explain and illustrate the importance of these things that are found on the farm. Children will be charmed, but their parents and grandparents will especially delight in the nostalgic pictures that take them on a trip down memory lane. All of this is accomplished because 'Pop's Old CAMERA makes the perfect eye to VIEW the world' and you can imagine the discussion that will occur about this vintage camera with its 'rough leather case, buckles and ZIPPERS'.

Farm to Film is a wonderful book for families and it's pretty enough to display on your coffee table. I highly recommend this book as a great addition to both a home or school library!

I received a copy of this book from the author via BlogAbout Blogger Network, but there was no obligation for a positive review. These thoughts are my own.



My rating: 5 of 5 stars



ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Hannah Miles Pierrou is a long-time lifestyle photographer, designer, and artist. Hannah recently launched Treehouse Storyteller where she plans to write, illustrate, and publish many books in the future with 
Farm to Film as the debut book. 

Leaning into her experience as an artist, she is brings her readers into various design elements such as detail, contrast, movement, composition, shape, and rhythm so that they can feel like they are in the scenes with her characters. She hopes to inspire readers to take time to unplug and see the beauty in our lives. 

Hannah and her husband are raising their family in the countryside of the Colorado foothills.
 
 Learn more by visiting Hannah's    Website     Facebook     Instagram     Twitter     Pinterest

GIVEAWAY



A copy of this beautiful hardback book will be given to one person who comments on this post by 11:59 PM on Saturday, November 27, 2021. Along with your comment, please leave your name with your email address in a non-spam format (example: connie (at) domain (dot) com). Due to shipping costs, giveaway is only open to those in the contiguous United States.

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