Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters Book Review

Abrams Books sent me a copy to check out and is partnering with me for a giveaway!

Hi, guys, I have something really cute to show you that I think you're going to absolutely fall in love with. We don't do them very much but we have a very cute book review to share. This chapter book called Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters. This is an adorable book about little engineers that solve problems with their inventions.

I am so excited that we get to host a giveaway for Rosie Revere and The Raucous Riveters and plus The Questioneers Collection picture book box-set. Be on the lookout for the giveaway this coming week!!

Something that I find beautiful about this book is that Rosie lives with her aunts and uncles and is such a happy girl. Family comes in all shapes and sizes and she loves hers. She has inspiring role models that give great advice and let her be an honorary member of the Riveters.

This book is full of positive messages and perseverance. Rosie and her friends never give up. Instead of accepting defeat, they go back to the drawing board and come up with better ideas to make it really work the next time. Brainstorming is the keyword. They are such good solution finders.

Even with the several failed attempts, they kept trying until they got it right. Taking notes and putting every good idea to the test, it finally works out. I love the way the kids in this book are so curious. They ask questions and find answers and solutions to their problems.

They ask so many questions, they have become known as the Questioneers.

Rosie's Aunt Rose and her best friends were from the Blue River Riveters. An amazing group of influential women that built airplanes and World War II. There were a cool group of elderly women with fun stories and they really needed Rosie's help. Rosie needs to invent something for their friend who is an artist.

This is a really cute book and would make a great addition to a family library. It will make the perfect stocking stuffer for your little Questioneers.

You can check out Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters at Abrams books to find out just how the Paintapalooza worked out at the art show. The book is available on Amazon too.

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