Friday, December 27, 2013

Win Half Popped: A Lighthearted Children's Book!

I am sure I have mentioned here before, but my oldest marches to his own drummer. He is a little unique! He is such a sweet, adorable soul, and goes his own way in life. I just love that about him, and celebrate his differences. Recently I was contacted to review this wonderful children's book, Half Popped. In this unique and funny book, Kenny the Kernel is forlorn because he is only half popped. He is neither a kernel, or a fluffy piece of popcorn.




Kenny travels around the kitchen pointing out the highlights of other food items, and pointing out his own "flaws." This rhyming book is a wonderful read, and it is very uniquely written. Neither my son or I will ever look at a half popped kernel of popcorn the same again! All ends well and Kenny ends of being pleased that the owner actually loves half popped kernels! The illustrations are wonderful, and the story line is easy for my six year old to follow!

I definitely recommend this book to children that are a little "different!" I think this book celebrates our differences, and shows that even though we are all different, there are people who love the kind of person (or popcorn) we are! It offers and awesome message in a lighthearted story! Purchase your own copy of Half Popped for $9.99 at kennythekernel.com.

Win It: Win your own copy of this fantastic book!
  •     Please Use Giveaway Tools To Enter
  •    Retail value: Approximately $9.99
  •   One Entry Per Household
  •   Chances of winning depend on entries received.
  •   Open to US residents 18 years and older
  •   All entries will be verified 
  •   Winner has 48 hours to reply or another winner will be selected
Disclosure: The above item was received in order to facilitate review. I have not been compensated for this post. The Nurse Mommy blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers. The Nurse Mommy  is not responsible for prize fulfillment; sponsor will be responsible for prize fulfillment. This event is in no way associated with, sponsored, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network. 
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13 comments:

  1. Poor little Kenny came to life in a hotel room while Jeff was snacking. It started as two lines of a poem and bloomed from there. He's a half popped kernel. I didn't know an un-popped kernel was a spinster (or maybe I did and forgot). The blog and story background is so interesting.

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  2. Kenny is a popcorn kernel. That in itself is rather a unique subject for a book.

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  3. Kenny is a popcorn kernel who only popped half way. Poor Kenny!

    Erin K. (erinknack08@yahoo.com)

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  4. I think it is a cute idea! An imperfect character that helps people look on the bright side of things, this is great!

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  5. I entered the Quest Bar giveaway.

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  6. I learned that Kenny was half-popped and turned out that way when the microwave stopped.

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  7. i learned that kenny keeps trying to cheer everyone else up!

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  8. Kenny the half-popped kernel, felt that he never reached his full potential. He then had adventures trying to cheer those around him up.

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  9. story-telling rhyme evocative of Shel Silverstein poetry

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  10. I went to the site and leared that kenny like to cheer everyone else up
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  11. i also entered the copy kids giveaway
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  12. I learned that Kenny is a half popped popcorn kernel, and that Kenny is made up of part photography and illustration.

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  13. That even though he was unhappy with the potential he reached he still helped others.

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