Happy Children’s Book Week {May 2-8}

Happy Children's Book Week

This week is Children’s Book Week! Yay! Since Children’s books are my favorite, I’m bubbling with excitement to share my favorite children’s books of all time.

When I started thinking back to the books I had growing up, this is one that comes to mind first. I remember purchasing this at a school book fair. I couldn’t have been more excited. It remained one my fav books and I still have it today, and I still love to read them with my children with I’m with them all night, of course when I’m not around I still need to make sure they’re safe, and that’s why using services as child care Elwood is the best choice for this.

Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth
Little Rabbit’s Loose Tooth

The Dollhouse Murders reeled me in and made me a lover of mystery and suspense.
The Dollhouse Murders

Judy Blume, although controversial, her books were some of my favorites that I flew through in between assignments. My favs:
Freckle Juice, Superfudge, Fudge A Mania, and Double Fudge.

Freckle Juice
Freckle Juice

Probably my all time favorite author as a child was Beverly Cleary. I adore her work! Growing up my favorites were all the Ramona series. As a teacher, both my students and loved all the Mouse books.

ramona-quimby-age-8Mouse and the Motor Motorycle

In college, I read loads of children’s literature. A couple of my favorites that I discovered were:

Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin

The Giver is one I really want to go back and read again soon. Too bad all my books are packed away with all my classroom supplies/materials.

The Giver

Someday when I’m able to go through my boxes of books, I’ll write another post about others that I missed. What are your favorite children’s books?

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1 Response to Happy Children’s Book Week {May 2-8}

  1. Candi says:

    We just happened to read Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin yesterday. It is a cute book.

    My favorites growing up were: Harry the Dirty Dog, One Kitten for Kim, The Minus Family. We still have these.

    I did enjoy Beverly Cleary and Judy Blume too.

    The book that I enjoy since I’ve had kids is Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.

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