Check out what we checked out from the local library this week! Everything about visiting our public library has been awesome lately. Well, everything except forgetting your wallet in the car with your library card when you parked in the furthest parking spot and you have two kiddos with you! But, our books this week were so important, we walked ALL the way to the car and ALL the way back inside to check out these winners! So I MUST share these children’s books from the library with you!
We actually really hit the jackpot and checked out books for both Baby E and Toddler E. As I’ve shared before, I’m a huge fan of taking children to the public library!
So although all our books are family reads – I consider the board books more appropriate for Baby E and Toddler E loves them all but he’s really getting interested in hardcover books. We even found a few books to get us thinking about the holidays!
Here are our children’s library book finds this week:
Wild Child by Steven Salerno. I’ll totally reveal that I added this to our check out bag just because of the title – maybe the title should be Toddler E, he is our wild child!
Believe It or Not My Brother has a Monster by Kevin Nesbitt. A monster, creepy crawlies, and a nervous brother – Toddler E wants to read this over and over!
The Last Chocolate Chip Cookie by Jamie Rix. A funny story with catchy illustrations that teaches manners.
Where’s Walrus and Penguin? by Stephen Savage. A FUN wordless picture book.
Stanley at School by Linda Bailey. A cute story showing school from a dog’s perspective. A perfect read for us as we prepare for preschool launch!
On the Farm by Kate Riggs. We LOVE the vivid, colorful illustrations in this book.
Llama Llama Trick or Treat by Anna Dewdney. Huge llama llama fans here and this was perfect with Halloween approaching!
All the World by Liz Scanlon. A multicultural story with beautiful illustrations showing the world is for all of us. Personally, I LOVE multicultural inspired books!
Biscuit is Thankful by Alyssa Capucilli. Biscuit is such a loveable dog! This story gets us thinking and talking about being thankful. A wonderful Thanksgiving read.
Dot Town. Where Are You Blue? by Sonali Fry. A silly, rhyming story with colorful illustrations.
[tweetthis hidden_hashtags=”#reading #learning”]So much to see, so much to READ! Check out what we CHECKED out! [/tweetthis]
I can’t believe we found 10 books this time and my boys really have enjoyed all of them! Most of these titles are relatively newer books! I hope one of these children’s books sparks your interest! So much to see, so much to READ!