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    Some of our kiddos’ favorite books

    In honor of Read Across America Day, we’re diving into the literary treasures that have captured the imaginations of our little ones. From the classics we cherished in our childhood to the contemporary tales that our kids can’t put down, here’s a list that might inspire a new favorite bedtime story in your home.

    All links are Amazon Affiliate links. The original post was 3/4/2012 Updated post 10/4/2023

    Hey Pancakes by Tamson Weston
    Storyline: Dive into a delightful morning with a family as they whip up a breakfast treat. As our family grew from three to five, this tale of family bonding and pancakes kept the joy alive. All our kids, irrespective of age, can’t help but love it.

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle (A Timeless Classic)
    Storyline: Follow a little caterpillar as it munches its way through various foods, transforming into a beautiful butterfly. It’s not just a book for my three-year-old; it’s an obsession. And if it comes with trucks, even better!

    Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss (An Evergreen Favorite)
    Storyline: Dr. Seuss spins a tale of Sam-I-Am, who persistently offers an unusual dish. The rhymes and rhythm with which we read this aloud at home make it a cherished experience.

    Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Connor
    Storyline: Dive into the world of Nancy, a girl with a flair for everything exquisite. The series has sprinkled a touch of glam and joy to our girls’ reading routine.

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
    Storyline: Navigate middle school through the hilarious journals of Greg Heffley. My oldest can’t get enough of these books, and honestly, neither can some adults in the house!

    Diverse Tales for Diverse Tastes

    Here Comes The Strikeout by Leonard Kessler
    Storyline: Experience the journey of a young boy determined to succeed in baseball despite numerous strikeouts. A relatable story for every child pushing through challenges.

    How to Steal a Dog by Barbara O’Connor
    Storyline: Georgina Hayes is desperate to change her life living in a car. She hatches a plan to steal a dog, hoping the reward will help her struggling family. A touching tale of resilience and moral dilemmas.

    Shiver, Linger & Forever by Maggie Stiefvater
    Storyline: Dive into the mystical world of the Wolves of Mercy Falls. This series is perfect for older girls who enjoy a blend of romance and fantasy.

    White is for Magic by Laurie Stolarz
    Storyline: For those who enjoy a chill running down their spine, this tale of a teen girl with prophetic dreams of her friends dying is a must-read.

    Cinder by Marissa Meyer
    Storyline: Imagine a world where Cinderella is a mechanic, and there’s an intergalactic struggle. This sci-fi twist to a beloved fairy tale is captivating and innovative.

    Happy reading, everyone!

    Whether you’re revisiting an old favorite or exploring a new adventure, there’s a book out there for every reader.

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