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