Nobody Likes a Booger Book Review

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I purchased this book well over a year ago after a conversation with Angela Halgrimson, the author. As you may or may not know, I'm an author, too . I was looking for any and all information on being an author, and she was more than willing to share her experience with me. In my experience, she is willing to help anyone that she is able and has a passion for making kids smile. She currently has two published books.

Nobody Likes a Booger is about where a booger does not belong (and where it does!). The pictures throughout are hilarious. I read this book to my 2nd grader's class and their reactions were great, as well.

It may be a silly story with silly illustrations, but it can be used to teach some very important manners to kids (and probably some adults, too!). Boogers are happiest when they are in a tissue!

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Where do you think that boogers shouldn't be? Have any hilarious horror stories of finding one somewhere? Share your stories below. Also if you have recommendations on books to review, leave a comment below.

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2 Comments

  1. Cheryl Stephani on March 5, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    Boogers don’t belong on your oldest child’s first grade school picture – especially when it’s re-take day! A giant snot bubble! I learned quickly that I should accept the first take on the annual photos – you never know what the second will be like!

    • bvreeman on March 5, 2019 at 4:47 pm

      Haha, Yes! I have a child that went through the awkward picture taking phase, and I almost had their picture retaken once. Then I realized that they were STILL in the awkward picture taking phase, and it likely would do no good! I just wish that the photographers could take a few moments to look at the pictures before moving the kids on, but I totally understand the time constraints that they have with so many kids. You definitely need to use that picture at graduation time! Hahaha!

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