Some of our kiddos’ favorite books

As part of Read Across America Day we thought we would share some books our kiddos love. Perhaps one of these books may become a favorite in your home.

Hey Pancakes by Tamson Weston

We found this book a while back when we were just a family of three… now we’re a family of five and all three kids love this book.

{Classic} The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

This book is everything to my three year old right now this book and anything with trucks 🙂

{Another Classic} Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

If only everyone could hear the love that goes into reading this book in our house..

Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Connor

The Fancy Nancy Series has brought so much happiness and fanciness to my girls.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney

My oldest daughter loves these books she can read them over and over again. Someone else in this house likes to read them to… 😉

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A great book for the boys in your house,
Here Comes The Strikeout
by Leonard Kessler

Ever wonder what it’s like to live in a car?
Learn how Georgina Hayes comes up with a way to get money for her family.

How to Steal a Dog
by Barbara O’Connor

 

For the older girls, Shiver begins the story of the Wolves of Mercy Falls
Shiver, Linger & Forever
By Maggie Stiefvater

 

If your teen loves a little murder mystery then you need to have her check out
White is for Magic by Laurie Stolarz

How about a little sci-fi twist to the classic Cinderella story line
Cinder by Marissa Meyer

 

 

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