Here is a list of what we read in January (mostly, since I am disorganized and probably left out a few). Look foward to such lists every month!
Maze Ways: A to Z by Roxie Munroe**Highly recommended for a maze loving kid, these books are very "boy friendly" too
Amazement Park: 12 Wild Mazes ** Same review as title above
Down on the Farm With Grover by Ray Sipherd
That's Not My Puppy Usborne
Mossy by Jan Brett
Week of January 3
Better Not Get Wet, Jesse Bear by Nancy White Carlstrom**recommended for the 2 year old crowd
Little Bear's Visit by Else Holmelund Minarik**
Father Bear Comes Home by Else Minarik**
How the Meteorite Got to the Museum by Jessie Hartland **I highly recommend this one
Horns to Toes and In Between
The Bunny Rabbit Show
Curious George and the Ice Cream Suprise by Monica Perez
Yoko Writes Her Name by Rosemary Wells**Recommended, but there are some bunny rabbits in here that are bullies. Lightly so, and the book is wonderful. Lesson teaching.
Where is Home, Little Pip? by Karma Wilson*Cute read
Moose Tracks by Karma Wilson
Week of January 10
Mortimer's First Garden by Karma Wilson ** Highly recommended
Curious George and the Dinosaur
Where's My Teddy by Jez Alborough**
Detective Small In the Amazing Banana Caper by Wong Herbert Yee **
Mr. Popper's Penguins (started, is excellent)
a funny little bird by Jennifer Yerkes
Here I started to lose track of books and dates ha!
Hatch by Roxie Munroe
The Gunniwolf By Wilhelmina Harper Illustrated by Barbara Upton
Almost by Richard Torrey**this amazingly simple book has been very popular here, we read it over and over and over...
Fabulous Frogs by Linda Glaser **actually a really thorough prek science book. Very factual and not too long. Be aware that there is a "the frogs came together" part right before the eggs form, if you are sensitive to that for little ones.
Balancing Act by Ellen Stoll Walsh
I hope you find some books to love in this list! Please share your faves in the comments, or tag me on Instagram @SevenLovelyThings