Top Ten Favorite Kids’ Books (you’ve never heard of number five)

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1.  Where are My Books?

 A little boy keeps losing his books.  You’ll never guess who has them.


2.  Seven Silly Eaters

Do you ever think you’re running a restaurant at meal times?  This poor mom…


3.  Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

You absolutely can’t go wrong with Mo Willems and the pigeon.  This pigeon!  He’s always looking for trouble.  Can your kids keep him from talking them into driving the bus?


4.  Usborne Shine a Light on The Human Body

There are several books in the series and seeing IS believing.  You read the page and shine a light through the back…pictures show through.  It’s quite fun and amazing for all ages. Our favorite is the body book.  My kids loved learning about how their bodies worked. My “dealer”:  Kayla’s Book Nook


5.  The Day the Babies Crawled Away

This book is so amazing.  If you have a soft hearted son who looks after little ones in a gentle way, you won’t be able to help but see him as the main character.  The words rhyme, the pictures are unique and the adventure is fun.  Perhaps my most favorite children’s book.


6.  Silly Milly

I wish like anything more of these books would be released.  As it stands there are two.  Two wonderfully, cute books about a silly teacher who does strange and funny things.  At the end you get to guess a riddle.


7.  Press Here

Interactive book (and it’s sequel) of wildly fun adventures within the book, for the reader.  Very engaging, even for adults.


8.  The Book with No Pictures

You know the guy from The Office, BJ Novax?  He’s a surprisingly good writer.  And it has no pictures.  He somehow pulls that off.


9.  Dr DeSoto

Get ready to be on the edge of your seat as a mouse treats a really big fox at his dental office.  What is going to happen?  We were worried the whole time.

10.  Father Christmas Needs a Wee

Poor Father Christmas has been eating and drinking all night long.  It’s a long flight back home.  Will he make it in time?  This book is best read with an English accent.  Be as silly as you can and your kids will be roaring!




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