March 20, 2015

What We're Reading



I wanted to share some of our favorite books from lately. Both for other families, and for our family to look back on some of our favorites. All these books can be found on Amazon, or check your library too. 

From bottom to top/ left to right:

-Richard Scarry's Cars and Trucks and Things That Go: We love Richard Scarry books at our house. This has been one of Noah's favorite's for almost a year. Every page has so much going on, and this particular one has Goldbug hidden on every page (which I'm pretty sure Noah has memorized, as he can find him way before Matt and I can)

-Richard Scarry's Best Word Book Ever

-This is New York: M. Sasek has a whole series of these books, but New York is our household favorite.

-This is London

-Marcel the Shell with Shoes On: This book is a MUST. We all love it. And if you haven't seen the series of YouTube videos from Jenny Slate because you don't use the internet or something...check them out here.

-Marcel the Shell The Most Surprised I've Ever Been

-The Day the Crayons Quit: While admittedly this has yet to become a favorite of my kids, it's grown to become one of my favorites. Check it out from your library, it's the cutest.

-The Book With No Pictures: This book is hilarious, and kids love it! Don't believe me? Check this out.

-Christina Katerina and the Box: I found this book at a garage sale, and I love how it makes kids use their imagination.

-The New Adventures of Curious George: Let's face it, instead of being curious, George is mostly just naughty. Despite being a misbehaving monkey, I still love reading these and so does Noah.

-The Berenstein Bears: While these books aren't my favorite theologically based, and sometimes Papa Bear is written as a goon, we still like these books overall. And we have a pretty good stash of books from both Matt and I's parents keeping them from when we were little.

-The Jesus Storybook Bible: If you buy one children's bible, buy this one. Every story brings it back to how we need a rescuer and how God sent Jesus to rescue us.










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