So, don’t say I never did nuthin’ for ya! Here are five books spanning five genres to get you started.
Need Christmas present help? Here’s my list of top 2019 reads for all ages.
We’ve become well-educated in the ways of Piggie Pig and Gerald Elephant, as we’re currently head over heels for Mo Willems.
A year ago, I posted about our favorite not-so-scary Halloween books, so I thought I’d follow tradition and post again.
After all, what little boys don’t love a reason to roar and chase each other?
I’m especially enthusiastic if the X or Q are creative alternatives to “xylophone” or “quilt.” Actually, I habitually flip to those pages to see if the book is worth reading.
I love to read them aloud to my children, and I love marveling at the talent behind the words.
I’ve been losing a lot of valuable reading time these days succeeding at my other literary hobby: Finding amazing books at the library.
My kiddos love spotting Momo in all three books, and I think they’d be a great activity for kids to do without Mama’s help. Those are some of my favorite options.
And this long-winded story brings us to today’s recommended picture-book author: Ryan T. Higgins.