This is the beginning of Children’s Book Week. I thought I would share with you twenty of the books we have shared in Read.Explore.Learn. posts. If you click on the name of the book below, it will take you to the book explorations that JDaniel and I did for each post.
If you click on a book’s name, it will take you to an activity we have done with that book. Each would be great to do for Children’s Book Week.
How Did That Get in My Lunchbox? – This is a great book that shares how food items go from farm or factory to your children’s lunch box.
How Rocket Learned to Read – A wonderful bird teaches Rocket the dog the basics of reading. Rocket practices and practices during the winter while the bird is away. When the bird returns, he finds out what a great reader Rocket has become.
Eating the Alphabet – I learned about some new fruits and veggies while reading this book.
Big Bear Hug – Bear loves to hug trees. One day a woodman comes to chop down his favorite tree. Bear tries to save it.
Call Me Gorgeous– Bits and pieces of a gorgeous animal are revealed while reading through this book.
Cupcake -It isn’t easy being a plain vanilla cupcake. Your brothers and sisters all have fancy flavors. How can you make yourself stand out.
Don’t Worry Douglas – When something happen to Douglas’ new hat, he has to decide to tell his father.
Leprechaun Never Lie– They may not lie, but they may trick you into doing your chores. The leprechaun in this book does.
Gilbert the Goldfish Wants a Pet – Yes, even a goldfish want a pet. What pet will be best for him?
Fox in the Dark– All the woodland animals try to hide in rabbit’s house after seeing a fox in the dark. They never would would have guessed he would stop by and ask to stay in rabbit’s house too.
Little Owl’s Night – Little Owl is just dying to find out who and want he will see on night time adventure.
Rosie Sprout’s Time to Shine – Her friend Violet seems to do everything best. Will Rosie Sprout find out what she does best?
Gus Plants a Seed– Gus and his dad watch a seed as it grows into a plant. This is a fun easy read.
My Friend Fred -A girl named Grace learns that friends may need to have other friends too.
Squish Rabbit -Squish so wants to be noticed and have friend. By the end of this wonderful book Squish has both.
Bad Kitty – This fun alphabet book shares all kinds of gross and yucky foods bad kitty thinks of.
Bugtown Boogie– On a summer’s night the bugs head into the woods to dance. They have no idea they are being watched.
Ten Red Apples – After all the animals have an apple from the tree, will there be any left for the farmer?
What are your favorite children’s books? I am always looking for new book for Children’s Book Week. Learve me a comment sharing a favorite of yours.
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