Olivia and the babies book
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Olivia the pig->Children's fiction: Books
My 4-year-old son is constantly on the move. She takes everything to the extreme. She changes her outfit 50 times before she gets dressed. She hates naps and frolics in her bedroom when she should be sleeping. Her family goes to the art museum, where she spots a Jackson Pollock and says she could paint something just like it in five minutes. Then, she goes home and paints all over her bedroom wall.
This article is about the character. For the book of the same name, go to Olivia book. Her vivid imagination takes her on a grand adventures, both real and fantasy, and like all children, her antics occasionally result in endearing misadventures. She serves as a protagonist of the Olivia the Pig series. The main character of the show, Olivia is 7-years-old. With a vivid imagination, Olivia often finds uncommon solutions to everyday problems.
As my month-old son tips over the tall orange tub, his vast collection of board books cascades across the carpet. He pushes them from atop one another so he can see all the covers to assess his options: two have owls, two Curious George, two Max and Ruby, two Sandra Boynton of course; big trucks, first words, baby animals. He pauses to gnaw on the spine of a small sparkly book unable to resist the allure of previously chewed, splayed out paper bits. My two older kids liked books fine, but were never this eager or interested at such a young age. And their popularity shows no sign of abating.
Olivia is a write-at-home-mom to an eight-year-old boy, a five-year-old girl, and a busy two-year-old boy. She loves covering children's publishing, because discovering books her kids will love is an amazing perk. She will also happily talk about new parenthood, birth, and mental health. Along with parenting and book articles, she writes kids' books. She's also written for Mothering and the Washington Post. Olivia was also honored to perform a personal essay about life with panic disorder for the inaugural production of This Is My Brave.