Time for a Monday morning book review!
In case you haven’t noticed all the red and pink candy everywhere, Valentine’s Day is around the corner. I love romance as much as the next girl, but the older I get the more I love my gal pals even more. Besties is a celebration of friendship, the perfect Galentine’s Day gift. The colorful illustrations and handwritten lettering tell the history of a very specific friendship, yet the inside jokes and mementos are universal to best friends everywhere. After all, it’s the small details that make up a friendship, not just the highs and lows but all those in-between moments.
One of my BFFs and I have a tradition of sending books just like this one back and forth to each other. Usually we go for the fill-in-the-blank sort (like these) so I couldn’t help but add some of my own doodles before putting this one in the mail and sending it off to her.
Check out Leah Reena Goren here and more info from the publisher here… or on Amazon of course!
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