Monday, March 9, 2015
We have been reading a ton of books from the library, so I figured that this week, I will do top ten books for young children.
1. LMNO Peas
I love this one! I am a huge fan of text that rhymes when reading books to my daughter. This one is just fun to read!
2. Barnyard Dance
This is another one that is fun to read! (and, another one that I may have memorized...;))
3. Blue Hat, Green Hat
This one is a fun book to teach kids colors.
4. 1-2-3 Peas
This one is a bit different, since the counting starts to skip, and goes up to 100! Not to mention, I just have fun with all the little green peas.;)
5. I Had a Favorite Dress
I love how ingenious the mom is in this story!
6. The Monster at the end of this book
This one is just fun to read.;)
7. Happy Hippo, Angry Duck
I like this one for teaching children about different moods.;)
8. Little Green Peas
I promise that is the last Keith Baker I will post! Mostly because it is the last one by him about the little green peas.;)
9. Flippy Floppy Jungle Animals
I love how you lift each flap to reveal an animal, and then the set turns into an animal as well!
10. Lift the Flap Picture Atlas
Posted by Inklings and Notions at 6:46 PM
Labels: books, family favorite, top ten
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I love your topic! I'm in a picture book mood this week because of ONCE UPON A CLOUD and HOME! :) I HAD A FAVORITE DRESS looks sooo pretty! and omg, MONSTER! Who doesn't love it? Great choices!ReplyDelete
I will have to look up Once Upon a Cloud and Home!Delete
I Had a Favorite Dress is so much fun! I just discovered the author did one about a favorite hat, which should be fun too.;) I think I liked this one more than my daughter.;)
Great list! These books look like a lot of fun to read to kids :)ReplyDelete
Thanks! They are a lot of fun, since the words just roll off the tongue.;)Delete
Children's books always look so appealing! :-) I haven't read any of these to children but they certainly look enjoyable. Great list! :-) My TTTReplyDelete
Thanks! They are fun, with their lyrical text.;) I like having a daughter, so I have an excuse to read kids books.;)Delete
Nice! I did ten of my favorite picture books from when I was a kid. :)ReplyDelete
Visiting from the TTT link-up.
I will have to check out your list!Delete
Even though my mom read to my siblings and I a lot growing up, I don't really remember any favorite picture books. Now, I remember the Illustrated Classics and American Girl books.;)
I love Sandra's books! I haven't seen the Barnyard one before. Need to see if my library has it! Thanks for sharing! :)ReplyDelete
My aunt and cousin gave us a few when Aster was born, and we are addicted! The library has a bunch of them, so we have read most of them.;)Delete
Nice list of books for this week's TTT post!! Here's a link to my TTT post for this week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2015/03/top-ten-tuesday-ten-books-for-readers.htmlReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by! I enjoyed seeing your list of top ten books for young adult readers.:)Delete
This is a great list!
I love the covers.
I do tend to choose a book by its cover.
When our boys were young they Loved `The Monster at the End of this Book`
They would have me read it to them, All the time.
They would get so excited the closer we got to the end of the book.
However, one of our sons, would cry every-time Ernie would sing `Would You Like To Visit The Moon`, on Sesame Street.
We never could figure that out and he was too young to articulate his feelings.
Thank you! The colors are part of the fun.:)Delete
I agree, it is harder to not buy a book with a pretty cover than it is to resist a book with a drab color.;)
That is so neat that you remember your boys loving "The Monster at the End of this Book". It's such a fun book!
Huh, I wonder why it made him cry?
Oh I love this list! I will have to write them down for my kiddos!ReplyDelete
Thanks! They are our favorites.;) Especially Sandra Boynton.;)Delete
Oh I need to look up all of these for my niece/nephew! They LOVE books and I take them to the library a lot. ;-)ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!
That is great your niece/nephew love books! Get them started at a young age.;)Delete
Hopefully they will love them all as much as we do! I may have several of these memorized....;) But, I'm okay with that! I love that my daughter enjoys books at a young age.
Our guys loved `The Monster at the end of this Book.ReplyDelete
It's such a fun book! We keep getting it from the library.;) It's on my list of kid's books to buy, if I come across it for a good deal.;)Delete