Fall is here.That means we are going to spend more time indoors,especially on the chilly and rainy days.Great thing is that we can enjoy that time with our kids doing something really nice.Reading.Have a great story time!
Here are five wonderful book ideas for you.
1. Put it on the list
by Kristen Darbyshire,Kristen Darbynshire (Illustrator)
” What happens one frantic week when everyone forgets to put things they need on mom’s shopping list?First it’s cookies but no milk.Then macaroni, no cheese.And don’t even ask about toilet paper!”
Newcomer Kristen Darbyshire quirky humor, fresh, graphic style,sweetly expressive family of chickens will make this a favorite with kids….and beleaguered grocery shoppers in their lives.”
What a familiar story but still very interesting for everyone to read.Ages 3-6
by Margaret Wild, Bridget Strevens-Marzo (Illustrator)
” Baby hippo goes off to play without giving his mama a kiss,and when he sees all his animal friends with their parents he feels somethings missing and heads home.”
Adorable story, perfect for bed time.I think you can read this book over and over again.Ages 2-8
3.The Tooth Book : A Guide to Healthy Teeth and Gums
by Edward Miller,Edward Miller(Illustrator)
“Crunch! Munch! Most kids take their teeth for granted.However without their pearly whites,it would be much harder for them to eat,smile or talk.Edward Miller provides more then a mouthful of good advice on dental hygiene in this accessible guide book that makes learning how to take care of your teeth fun.”
This is one educational book where your will find everything you need to know regarding of brushing,flossing,cavity,plaque,dentist visits and ways that will keep your teeth and gums healthy.Ages 3-8
4.The Imaginary Garden
by Andrew Larsen, Irene Luxbacher (Illustrator)
“Theo love her Poppa’s garden, and is concerned when he moves to an apartment and has to leave it.Since Poppa says it will be to windy on his balcony for real flowers,Theo suggests imaginary garden.When spring arrives Poppa puts big blank canvas on his balcony.With paint they “build” a stone wall and create soil.When Poopa goes to holiday , he lives Theo in charge.She adds blossoms in many colors and eagerly awaits his return.”
Every child has imagination and this book will add even more delightful imaginatively to their world trough pretty colorful illustrations.Ages 3-8
5.Ultimate Guide to Grandmas and Grandpas!
by Sally LIoyd-Jones,Michael Emberley (Illustrator)
“Did you know when you have a grandma or grandpa,there are guidelines for how best to take care of them?There are all sorts of special things you need to do to make them feel loved.You need to sing to them,draw pictures for them,and even hold their hand when they cross to street! It’s also very important that sometimes you take a nap with them(so that they not the only one’s).But most importantly you need to give them lots of hugs and kisses-because that’s what grandmas and grandpas loves the best!” Ages 3-8
Delightful book ,that will inspire your kids and remind them about love and respect for their grandparents.