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This Week’s Library Finds


I love children’s books. I could read them all day long just by myself. I love the cute illustrations and the silly story lines. I also love book lists. I love looking at Classical school’s reading lists for different grades. You can find some good ones here: A Complete Classical Christian School Reading List: Grades 1-8

Now we live within close proximity to a library. This of course was no accident. When you like something you try to be near it. So we visit our library a lot. We check out anywhere between 30-70 books a week. So I thought it would be a fun idea to document our favorite finds of the week. This might come in handy for others when heading to the library and also a fun way to document our favorite children’s books. Here are some favorite’s from this week.

  1. Doug Unplugged by Dan Yaccarino
    1. Our daughter checks this one out everytime she comes across it. She loves Doug the little robot and his adventures.
  2. Percy the Park Keeper by Nick Butterworth
    1. This one is really cute and long. The kids love picking out different stories to read in it.
  3. Bob and Otto by Robert  O. BruelDSCN1949
    1. The kids really love Nick Bruel’s artwork so they like looking at this one as much as having it read.
  4. Our Library by Eve Bunting
    1. This was a sweet one they enjoy I think because we love our library so much.
  5. The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Teasing by Stan and Jan Berenstain
    1. Our daughter has recently taken to these books. She checks out about 10 a week. This is a favorite, but really she likes them all. It’s fun to see her preferences developing!
  6. Eggs and Legs: Counting by Twos by Michael Dahl
    1. I had no idea there was a series of books counting by twos, threes, tens. Awesome!
  7. Bedtime for Batman by Michael Dahl
    1. This book is TOO CUTE. Seriously check it out if you haven’t read it. It’s great.
  8. Survival! Desert by William B. Rice
    1. This is a kid pick. They love looking at the pictures and making up their own stories.
  9. The Berenstain Bears and Too Much TV by Stan and Jan Berenstain
  10. The Berenstain Bears and The Easter Parade by Stan and Jan Berenstain

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