For this week’s book I wanted to share a book that inspired my kids to treat Mother’s Day like A Special Day for Mommy, by Dan Andreasen.
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Rough sketches tell a simple story of love and friendship as the boy and the mole journey into the wild forest together in The Boy, the Mole, the Fox & the Horse by Charlie Mackesy.
Molly Lou Melon has buck teeth, a croaky voice, and is shorter than every one of her friends. None of that matters though because everyone loves Molly; especially her Grandma! But what happens when Molly has to move and make new friends?
These award-winning books are fabulous and I’m so glad they’re a part of my kids’ library. They make me laugh along with my kids and as a result I look forward to reading all snuggled up with my boys before bedtime.
Teaching moments come in all shapes and sizes. I’m glad Corduroy and Lisa’s story of friendship is part of our family experience.
I’m sure you’ve all seen these recordable books, where you can record someone’s voice reading it and listen to their voice as you follow along. What I hadn’t thought of before, was how these sweet recordable books can really become a treasured keepsake from someone you love and always want to remember.
Leif is, well you guessed it, a fall leaf! Leif knows that all leaves fall from their trees in the fall, but is feeling worried about his journey. This darling story offers several teaching opportunities.
This ABC Book project started out as just a simple way to help my toddlers connect his ABCs with the world around him, but it has turned into a way to connect with my children and create a keepsake that I really treasure.
If you’ve ever devoted your best effort to a project only to have it fail, then you will relate to this telling of the Chinese folktale “The Empty Pot” by Demi.