Today’s challenge with the crew is Turning the page. Oh… that can mean so many things can’t it? When I think of turning the page it makes me think of books to read and just how much I love reading an actual physical book. Though in the past couple of years I really discovered the joy of listening to audio books as I work. So many more books I can read that way! 🙂
As I consider the books I’ve read this year I thought it incumbent upon me to share with you my favourite picture books I have reviewed over this past year. Some of them have been wonderfully good. Let’s talk shall we?
I’ll link to my reviews as well as give you hot links to amazon (affiliate) should you be interested in turning the pages of these books with the children in your life.
Picture Books for Fun
The Keeper of wild Words: Taking a journey using words removed from the children’s dictionary.
The Fish Who found the Sea. Discovering how to be comfortable with where you are.
Build Your Own History Museum. A fun build it yourself museum book.
Cannonball. Oh the fun of summer fun. Just a fun read.
Florence and her fantastic Family Tree: the challenge of creating a family tree when you have a diverse family.
Little Red Sleigh. Can a little sleigh achieve her dreams?
Solve a mystery and find a library. Where is our library?
A Place inside of me. Coping with pain inside of your community.
A tender story of foster care, from both sides. No Matter what.
A Word For Friend. New places can be hard, making friends even harder.
Pirate Nell’s Tale to tell. A fun read with a pirate who likes to read!
Santa Baby: just a fun Christmas read really. 🙂
A seek and find book, a fun read with cats and mice. Let’s Get Sleepy.
Picture Books for Learning
Emily Writes. Learn about the life of Emily Dickinson as a child.
Tiny Bird. The life of a hummingbird and the big trip it takes.
Iceland: the puffin series. Learn about Iceland AND puffins in a series of three books. Solidly good books.
My Friend Earth. Helping children see the wonder of the earth and ways they can help her for Earth Day.
Laugh and Learn Bible for Littles. A bible story book to help your children learn the bible stories.
Run Salmon Run: The life cycle of the salmon.
Let’s Fly a Plane. science exploring…this time with flight!
No Reading Allowed: Having fun with letters and sounds in words.
Roadblocks in writing can be hard. Get past them with My Pencil and Me.
Turning the Page continues
Books I have coming down the pike that I am looking forward to reviewing.
- From Here to There.
- Dino Dana
- Snow Friends
- The Song for everyone
- Marie’s Ocean
- The Wanderer
- Me and the world
- Natalie Portman’s Fables
- Bear meets Bear
- You are a beautiful beginning
- Art is life
How about you? What books will you be turning the page on? Any favourites to share with me? I’d love to hear.