March Nonfiction Picture Book Feature for NF Picture Book Challenge 2020: Bloom Boom!

Hi Math is Everywhere Readers,

For my nonfiction picture book read of March, it of course had to have a spring theme.

Bloom Boom! by April Pulley Sayre encompasses the magic of spring. Utilizing gorgeous real-life images of blossoming fields, beautiful creatures, and intricate sprouts, this book pulls any reader in, and the perfectly chosen rhyming words with a fantastic refrain, “bloom boom,” truly captures that feeling of springtime.

This is the type of picture book that you will want to read again and again.

book cover featuring poppies

I hope this inspires you all to get writing your Spring Fling Kidlit Contest entries. It is sure feeling like spring already here in the Central Valley of CA, and I cannot wait to read all of your creative entries and see those super awesome GIFs, especially from you amazing author-illustrators who are creating your own! Haven’t heard about the Spring Fling Kidlit Contest? Check it out here!

Thanks for reading, and I hope you get your hands on this wonderful book!



Kaitlyn Leann

2 thoughts on “March Nonfiction Picture Book Feature for NF Picture Book Challenge 2020: Bloom Boom!

  1. This does look like a beauty, Kaitlyn 😀 And I’m becoming more aware of all these challenges and contests because of YOU! lol I’ve never been drawn to them ’cause I don’t want to add deadlines to my already full “to do” list, BUT–sometimes I DO find myself participating because I can’t resist lol I even tried the #Inktober one last year! And you know I did your KidLit Frenzy 🙂 OK…more “catching up” on blog posts!…

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    1. It sure is. I hope you get your hands on a copy; I had to re-read it so many times because it was so wonderful. And yay! Contests can be so wonderful and such a great way to connect to other writers, so happy to share them with you, my friend

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