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Building Your Children’s Book Library

In my last post, I wrote about book shelves. This week, I’d love to highlight some of the books that my children adore. I hope you like them.

1. Hug: Every time my daughter and I read the word “hug,” we actually hug. Yup, pretty darn cute, if I do say so. 2. Mommy Hugs: I love the illustrations of all Karen Katz’s books. 3. My First Word Book: Excellent for building baby’s vocabulary.


4. Goodnight Moon: A must-have for everyone’s library. 5. Corduroy: A childhood classic!


6. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: My 6-year-old will quote this book when he is having a bad day. Sometimes I think he really means it when he says he wants to move to Australia. Eeek! 7. The Giving Tree: This book is geared towards older children. My 3- and 6-year old enjoy it. Prepare to cry.



Friday 1st of March 2013

These are great! A few of our favorites include "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!", and "The Monster at the End of this Book". Rachel,


Thursday 26th of January 2012

Great list! Not having grown up with "Goodnight Moon", it was such a great surprise the first time I read it to my son. It always makes me want to jump right into that cozy, warm room. We're also big fans of almost anything by Dr. Seuss these days.


Thursday 26th of January 2012

I love Karen Katz's books. The first one I bought was her book "Peek-A-Boo!" It's really nice to be able to build a mini library and teach the kids the importance of reading, even at an early age.


Monday 23rd of January 2012

For Christmas I bought "Daddy Hugs" by Karen Katz and wrapped it up for my husband and little girl, from me! He loved reading it to her. We have Goodnight Moon, but I will need to check out more of these books as well :)