Kids’ Books to Remember and Links for Mom and Dad

February 5, 2017

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kids' books to rememberIt’s Super Bowl Sunday and I was once told this means spring is coming soon. I’m definitely ready! As I write this week’s Kids’ Books to Remember, we’re up in Michigan for the weekend and the snow and frozen lake are beautiful and peaceful. However, I’d happily give it up for some warm breezes!

 

Here are some kids’ books to add to your library list this week. Enjoy!

kids’ books to remember: read aloud

Once again, these are appropriate for all ages.

Little Dog, Lost by Marion Dane Bauer

The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner

Mr. Popper’s Penguins by Richard and Florence Atwater

 

 

 KIDS’ BOOKS TO REMEMBER: picture books

KIDS' BOOKS TO REMEMBER: READ ALOUDWemberly Worried by Kevin Henkes

Jolly Tall: An Old Bear Story by Jane Hissy

Bigfoot Cinderrrrrella by Tony Johnston

This is a fun version of Cinderella. If you like this one and are interested in more titles, just let me know in the comments, or if you have a favorite Cinderella, let us know that as well!

KIDS’ BOOKS TO REMEMBER: chapter books

kids' books to rememberLilly’s Crossing by Patricia Reilley Giff

This is one of my favorite historical fiction books about World War II.

My Side of the Mountain by Jean George

This is a survival fiction book, which is full of adventure.

Jackie and Me by Dan Gutman

The characters in this historical fiction book travel back through time to visit Jackie Robertson in 1947, and develop an understanding of how Jackie broke the “color barrier” in the major leagues.

links for mom and dad

stem books for kids

For all of your little ones who are interested in math and science, this article offers some good titles to add to your library list.

Literacy and math

This is an enlightening article about some old favorites, that offers some great suggestions about how you can use these books with your kids.

authors share their favorite children’s books

This is a fun article, which includes both some old, and some new titles. It gives you a little more insight into some of your favorite authors.

Finally, thank you for inviting me to share some titles of old favorites for your kids. Have a great library visit and a wonderful week! And if you find any titles of books you would like to share, please let us know in the comments.

More about Susan

Hi! I'm Susan, a wife, a mom and a recently retired elementary school librarian with 22 years of experience. One of my greatest joys is to connect kids with a perfect book, which then leads them to a lifelong love of learning. Through my blog, I'm hoping to reach parents, their children and teachers to help them find those special books. I’m also hoping to offer some tips and techniques to use with your children as you read aloud.

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