Giggle a Little Giggle

Children - Picture Book
Kindle Edition
Reviewed on 09/16/2017
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Author Biography

V A Trafton has a passion for writing childrens books.
Trafton took an online class for writing stories for children and became more engaged with picture books.
V A Trafton is also an avid reader of Nicholas Sparks novels, memoirs and various picture books, a movie buff, her favorites being romance, drama, comedy and action and a gardener.
She is currently working on a picture book collection about issues children face today.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Giggle a Little Giggle by V.A. Trafton is a fun read with a good message that will take young readers into the world of a little girl who giggles at everything. It is a beautiful day and, as she watches skateboarders and roller skaters whiz by, she is giggling. She decides to join a father and a son flying kites and she giggles when a butterfly lands on her nose. Then the rain comes and the little girl giggles as she runs home, jumping in every puddle on the way. The book shows how important it is to smile, giggle, and laugh, and fill our world with fun. So what are we all waiting for? Let’s read the story and giggle!

The concept is excellent and the author does a great job in weaving the importance of laughter through the little girl's activities. The illustrations are charming and they bring the scenes and the story alive to readers. Teachers and educators can use it for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries as it is a fun read with a good message. The story makes a good bedtime storybook for children as it teaches them how to laugh. The word ‘giggle’ used by the author gives it a happy and frivolous feel at the same time. Storybooks like this are good for children to bring a smile to their faces, and the positive vibes in the story make it a must-have in everyone’s personal collection as well as school and children’s libraries.