Excellent Reads for the Kiddos
Updated: 4 days ago
We found bed time stories and all around great learning tools.
During the age where electronics rule, here are a few favorites to start your children off on the right foot.
5.)The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. With over five million books sold it is the fan favorite. A tale of change, beautifully illustrated and has with stood the hands of time.
4.)Coming in at number four, Dr Seuss's Book of Colors. Now, hear us out. Although there are other books that have sold more, for children that are needing to learn and parents needing a helpful tool, this is an excellent choice. We believe here at Book Lovers any of Dr Seuss's Books would be a fantastic read.
3.) The Day You Begin: by Jacqueline Woodson. This one is about finding your courage, dealing with your fears of being alone. When we walk a mile in our children's shoes they are having to deal with so much change as they begin school. This one is an absolute jewel, written by an award winning author.
2.) The Poky Little Puppy by Janette Sebring Lowrey, published in 1942 has gone on to be the best selling picture book of all time. This rascally little guy digs holes under fences and ultimately sent to bed with out his cake. Classic for any family.
1.) The Little Engine That Could, by Watty Piper, originally published in 1930. A story that teaches confidence and has inspired generations of people through out the years. When we see this image immediate memories of the quote from the book come to mind, "I think I can". No greater nostalgia can be surmised, when cracking open the spine of this beloved classic.