😍 I love books because I don't have to wait for the commercials to be over to find out what happens! 😄 Any other big readers out there? We found an adorable book called Little Joe Chickapig, available exclusively at Target! It's great for early readers and has a message about chasing your dreams that moms will love! Sofia and Gabe are in a pretty serious debate right now about the sound little Chicapig makes...cheep cheep vs. oink...or is it both?!? lol! 😅 They like to take a break from making noises to spot the cow on each page - which is SO fun! Definitely a great find - and perfect Easter Basket gift for littles ones who love to read! Back to reading with my pumpkins! It's Spring Break - snuggles and books are a fantastic way to fill the time! 😘
Kids Book of the Day 📚📖 Cyclone by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley. We read this book because it fits so nicely into our inquiry on Natural Disasters. What we didn’t realise was that this book is a poem, it rhymes the whole way through and it’s pictures are incredible! My littlest littles had a bit of trouble with it so I would definitely pitch it more towards the older end (maybe 8+) #cyclone#jackiefrench#brucewhatley#kidsbooks#picturebooks
My recommendation - Guess How Much I Love you in the Spring. .
In this absolutely adorable Guess how much I love you series, the Spring book is a delight. .
How many times has your little one asked you or has declared that this is what she/he is going to be when they grow up. Just today a friend of mine told me that her little one (all of ,4 years) is absolutely certain that she will be a bug catcher when she grows up 😂😂😂. .
In this book the lovely nutbrowns- Little nutbrown hare and Big nutbrown hare, go through various objects and wonder what it would be when it grows up. This leads to the question of what would Little Nutbrown hare be when he grows up.. .
This book can be read just as easily to a 1 year old as it can be read to a 5 year old. It never diminishes to please :) .
Montag morgen...die Reise in die Woche beginnt! Und...auch wenn der Frühling bereits da ist, haben wir hier ein wundervolles Zugvögel-(Bilder-)Buch für Euch! Schließlich kann man mit “Ruby Rauchschwalbe - Ab in den Süden” von Anja Schenk, auch toll erklären, woher die Vögel (wieder)kommen & es geht ja auch noch um mehr als das, denn...man muss nicht immer groß sein, um Großes zu leisten...! >>Ruby, die kleine Rauchschwalbe” hat ganz furchtbare Angst vor Regen! Daher versteckt sie sich beim Sturm & verpasst den Abflug ihrer Familie in den Süden. Oh weh! Jetzt muss sie sich alleine auf den Weg machen! Sie schließt sich anderen Vogelschwärmen an, ist aber auch immer wieder auf sich gestellt...dann muss sie auch noch über das große Meer fliegen! Kann Ruby ihre Ängste überwinden & ihre Familie finden? 🤔 << Meine Kinder fanden besonders schön, dass die unterschiedlichen Tiere Ruby geholfen haben! Bei all den Gefahren, bspw. bei ihrem Flug übers Meer, wo sie fast ertrunken wäre oder bei ihrer Begegnung mit der Giftschlange in der Wüste, haben die Kids eifrig mit Ruby mitgefiebert & sie für ihren Mut bewundert - schließlich ist ja auch noch klein! Die bunten Illustrationen von Sandra Rodenkirchen rundeten das Vorlesevergnügen noch ab. Als Mutter fand ich zudem toll, dass die Kinder “ganz nebenbei” gelernt haben, welche Vögel sich ebenfalls für den Winter auf den Weg gen Süden machen, was eine Wüste „besonders macht“ u.v.m. ! Einfach ein rundum ideenreiches & lehrreiches Buch über Vögel/Tiere, Hilfsbereitschaft, Selbstvertrauen & Mut! Sechs Daumen hoch von uns & ein kurzes Jammern von mir, dass wir uns auf der Messe nicht mehr treffen konnten. 😬🤷🏻♀️
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We love this 12 books set of Chinese culture and festival series. Beautifully illustrated and helps little one experience and learn about Chinese traditions. Some of the festivals featured are Qing Ming, Winter solstice, Chinese New Year, Midautumn/moon cake festival and many more 😊
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I really enjoyed reading ‘Wilbur the Woolly’ out loud at the book fair. It’s so much fun bringing stories to life through vocal expressions and this is a great book to do that with. I might do book reading more often 🤔. P.S Benji is such a cute little man @lifeonthephilpside. I love his face and his toes xo
Whatever YOU are excited about (vacation, Spring, art exhibit, travel to see a friend?), your little will easily pick up on. Harness that excitement and build a learning opportunity around it. Make a checklist, plan together, read a book about it, do an activity! In this example - Spring! What are YOU excited about?
It is never too early to build a love of literature. Young children enjoy books with lots of rhyme and repetition. With our infants, we have read books with large pictures or bright and bold illustrations set against contrasting backgrounds. Ones that have simple pictures, one per page. We love the Creature series by Andrew Zuckerman and the Opposites with Frank Lloyd Wright and Baby's First Eames, the ABCs of Modern Architecture and Design board books. We also recommend the book by our friends at @baandek My first Book of Patterns, such beautiful pages! For our toddlers, we reach for predictable books with repeated text, words that rhyme, and pictures that correspond to the text. Books with songs and repetitive verses are always a good choice. They relish being able to chime in. We jump at the invitation books offer for children to join in the reading process. A few of our favourites are Brown Bear, Brown Bear by @worldericcarle I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen and Old MacDonald Had a Truck by Steve Goetz. We like to offer a mix of board, hardcover, softcover and fabric books and use every opportunity to model how we care for them. #wmsbestbooks
🛁 READING TUB 🛁
This was probably the most engaging set-up of last week... a few big blankets, pillows and soft toys in a @bunnings shell. Mia has been climbing in and out of the shell, rolling around on the soft blankets, playing peek-a-boo with the pillows and reading loads and loads of books independently (giving me time to get ALL OF THE THINGS done ✅ ). We have such a big focus on reading with Mia... I packed 10 different books in my birth bag which I read to her every day in hospital! 🤓The latest research shows the impact of reading to your child is evident as early as 6 weeks old! 😱 I aim to read 10-15 books to Mia each day and then encourage her to ‘read’ to herself by having piles of books in every play space, her room, the car, pram, etc! 📚 #booksbooksbooks
MUST BUY Picture Book Alert: A Boy Like You. Featuring boy characters in different shades including boys of different abilities.
There's more to being a boy than sports, feats of daring, and keeping a stiff upper lip. A Boy Like You encourages every boy to embrace all the things that make him unique, to be brave and ask for help, to tell his own story and listen to the stories of those around him. In an age when boys are expected to fit into a particular mold, this book celebrates all the wonderful ways to be a boy.
An uplifting story, told through the alternating voices of two middle-schoolers, in which a community rallies to reject racism.
Karina Chopra would have never imagined becoming friends with the boy next door--after all, they've avoided each other for years and she assumes Chris is just like the boys he hangs out with, who she labels a pack of hyenas. Then Karina's grandfather starts tutoring Chris, and she discovers he's actually a nice, funny kid. But one afternoon something unimaginable happens--the three of them are assaulted by a stranger who targets Indian-American Karina and her grandfather because of how they look. Her grandfather is gravely injured and Karina and Chris vow not to let hate win. When Karina posts a few photos related to the attack on social media, they quickly attract attention, and before long her #CountMeIn post--"What does an American look like? #immigrants#WeBelong#IamAmerican#HateHasNoHomeHere "--goes viral and a diverse population begin to add their own photos. Then, when Papa is finally on the road to recovery, Karina uses her newfound social media reach to help celebrate both his homecoming and a community coming together.
Are there special books that have been passed through your family?
When I was little, my parents subscribed to the Children’s Book of the Month Club for me, and many of them became beloved favorites.
The same set of books have been passed around and enjoyed by at least four different children over the years, and now I’m so happy to have them in my baby’s nursery!
There’s something extra special about the idea of my son enjoying the very same books, with their special rainbow spines, that I did growing up.
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Birthday books alert!!(my birthday this time, not Matilda's😎) I've been lusting after this gorgeous collection of @puffinbooksuk Puffin in Bloom books for close to six months and now I finally have them (thanks mum). I seriously can't wait to read them all over again😊 #lovebooks
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Ketemu di Gramedia Matos (Malang Town Square). Buku ini memuat cerita dan pesan agar anak memiliki karakter pantang menyerah menuntut ilmu, berbakti pada orang tua, tidak mudah mencela, dll.
As I haven’t actually had time to read a book for myself in almost ten years I have to take joy from reading the kids books and rearranging them on shelves of course ( which yes the second I do my youngest nearly always decides he really wants to pull one out right from the back)! Do you still get to read books yourself or are you like me and only ever get to look at just the pictures in magazines (if that)??
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Debut author and SLP Meg Raby paints a picture of a beautiful sibling relationship in MY BROTHER OTTO. Piper and her little brother Otto do everything together — play, sell lemonade, go the to park (where Otto loves flying on the swings) and go to story time at the library. Otto does things much differently compared to Piper in many ways. His differences as a child with autism are part of the story, but they’re also embraced by his sister and family. Isn’t that our hope for children with autism? We’re so happy that this book is out in the world now and we hope that it makes its way to many classrooms and families.