No Cell Phone Day

Book Cover

Looking for a delightful children’s story book about spending quality time with your family? No, I am not down on cell phones and computers. I love them! But, sometimes it is important to take a break from them and well…do other things. Explore! Go to the beach! Go to the Museum! Well, you get the message! I love this book about Jazmine and her Dad’s greatest day ever and all without cell phones!  This a Must-Read for children and parents too! The illustrations are also quite beautiful and amazing!

No Cell Phone Day is a children’s picture book written by Delfeayo Marsalis, and illustrated by award-winning Harlem artist, Reginald William Butler.

Style: "Porcelain vivid"

Delfeayo Marsalis


The book playfully addresses the idea of imposing technology and how it affects our relationships with loved ones. In the book, Delfeayo and his daughter decide to put down their cell phones for a day to explore their hometown of New Orleans! Along the way, they see the sites, hear the sounds and enjoy all the great things The Big Easy has to offer. Most importantly, they spend quality time TOGETHER!


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Self Disclosure: I received a book for free to facilitate this feature.

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