Nobody’s Somebody {Book Review & Giveaway}


As a teacher {more specifically a Reading teacher}, I can’t stress the importance of reading to your children enough. I am always on the lookout for new books to add to Caroline’s growing library, and I love when I find books with positive themes and inspiring messages. Nobody’s Somebody by Rex Howard is a sweet story of a “Nobody” in a Kingdom of Somebodies…he feels alone and unworthy until he meets the King of the Somebodies who helps him to see that he is in fact a Somebody. This book evokes feelings of worth and importance, and it is a nice reminder of no matter how big, small, short or tall you are, you are somebody. I loved being able to share this book with Caroline, and I can only hope that she will always know and appreciate her worth.

We are so excited to be able to share this meaningful story with one of you and your family too!  Enter below to win a copy of your own…

Nobody's Somebody

This week we are giving one lucky reader ::

a copy of Nobody’s Somebody
by Rex Howard

Winner :: Griselda C.

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Amy was born and raised in Northern California before moving to the Houston area in 2003. Amy has a degree in Corporate and Organizational Communication from the University of Houston - where she met her husband Tate, a former football player for the Cougars and current CrossFit gym owner. Amy and Tate enjoyed their first year of marriage as Inner-Loopers before moving out to the suburbs to start a family. Caroline joined their family in September 2012, and life has never been the same since! Aside from her job as mom, Amy works full-time as an English teacher at the junior high level. She loves fresh air, online shopping, baking, and finding new things to do in and around Houston. Amy writes at New Mom Problems where she chronicles her life as a California girl living in Texas, motherhood, being a wife, and teaching middle school.


  1. I would read this to my little girl! It’s never too early to start reading! My baby shower was even book themed! !


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