Jan 19

Just Say No to Kids Book Review

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Just Say No to Kids

Title: Just Say No To Kids

Author: Heather A. Strafford

Genre: Humor

Publisher: Mountain Arbor Press

Release Date: November 22, 2016

Pages: 116

Buy Link: Author Website


Just Say No…to Kids book is a funny and light hearted book that was developed over many years due to Heather being asked over and over again when she would be having kids. Despite her status as a single woman, this question is a staple in many conversations.

The book is filled with fun illustrations by Rosy Baker, depicting the life of a child from conception to moving back home, and everything in between. You won’t want to miss it.

My Thoughts:

This is a fun quick read. The author uses humor to describe the drawbacks to having children. I’m a parent of one child with many nieces and nephews and these were right on the money.

Each reason is accompanied by a fun bright illustration to go along with the reason given. It’s a short book only 116 pages. It’s a great conversation starter book or one to pick up to read when you need a giggle.

About the Author:

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, I started working with BookLogix in Alpharetta, GA to finalize my ideas for this book. By the end of November 2016 the books should be printed, sent to those who supported me via Kickstarter, and available for sale on my website, BookLogix website and Amazon. As a small-time author, my goal is to have people shop via my website so that the profit margin is high enough to give back to my local community by donating to children’s charitable organizations.

For those that aren’t aware, a couple of years ago I participated in a collaborative book – The 20 Project and that spurred me to finally get this book going, which has been a dream of mine for over 20 years. So, I’m not “brand new” to this book publishing thing, but it’s the first time I’m doing something on my own!

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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: gina@ginaslibrary.info

1 comment

  1. Sue E

    I wish I would have I would have read this book before I was raising four kids and working full time! I could of laughed at a few situations and saw a little more humor or maybe less children
    This sounds like a must own/read book and at the same time help a charity! I love it when organizations and people give back! I tend to support them more.

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