Fall is the perfect time for cuddling up to new books. The weather turns crisp and getting under the covers is the perfect way to spend a cool morning. I am really trying to foster a true love of reading with my littles. This really means putting in some quality reading time each day. By making it a routine to pull books out in the morning this has really helped. I keep a bin with books I rotate with new books accessible so that my two year old will be able to get them himself. He loves getting to pick out books for us to read.
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Let's Go Ted
by Sophy Henn
Ted is a sweet, imaginative toddler, and in Let’s Go, Ted!, readers are shown just how far his limitless imagination can take him—and how a simple cardboard box can be anything from a race car to a rocket ship! Featuring big flaps that are ideal for little hands, Let’s Go, Ted! allows children to follow Ted’s imagination as he transforms a box into a race car, a digger, a submarine, a train, and a zooming rocket ship!
Creature vs. Teacher
by T. Nat Fuller
Playing on the popularity of benign monsters and mad scientists, Creature vs. Teacher is a gently irreverent book of rhymes with a deft narrative and a theme that is perfect for Halloween.
by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen
In this read-along picture book, a classroom full of young dinosaurs plays with toys, does art projects, and reads books. But each activity is another opportunity for the over-enthusiastic Tyrannosaurus Rex to wreak havoc. Parents and young children will love the call-and-response nature of the book, and young dinosaur fans will appreciate the listing (and pronunciation guide) for a dozen different dino species. The format is extra vertical in order to accommodate T. Rex’s biggest messes.
Into The Forest
by Laura Baker
Hopping and stopping, Squirrel sees deer!
But not her mama. She isn’t here.
Through a simple narrative about a squirrel looking for her family, Into the Forest introduces different animal families as they go about their daily lives. With a gentle rhyming text and beautiful illustrations, Into the Forest’s die-cut pages and embossing make this the perfect tactile package for little hands.
We have loved these new additions to our home library. From learning about different dinosaur names, to rhyming with monsters, jumping into our imaginations with Ted and then a trip to the forest each book brings a new, engaging and entertaining story to life for Logan.
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