I’ve come across some more cute kids books recently that I thought I should share. If you want a reminder of the ones I have picked before, they are here and here. These are some of my favorites and ones my kids love.
The first are these Poke-a-Dot books. This alphabet one is so cute! The girls love poking the dots (they make a similar noise to popping bubble wrap) and finding the pictures to match the letters.
This ocean themed one is a cute, repetitive (but not annoying) book with fun pictures…and a whole lot of poking. It keeps Dannie busy for ages!
A friend told me about this book while we were hanging out at a bookstore. It was one of their favorites and has become a highly requested book around here. It’s short, but fun and a little silly.
A great (teacher) friend gave me this interactive book years ago. I recently sent it to our niece for her birthday. The kids have to press the dots and something happens to them on the following page. It’s fun to watch the wheels turn in their little heads.
I had heard about this picture-less book all over the place and got it for the kids with a gift card. What a great purchase! The first time we read it, neither of them got it. I had to explain and make them listen. Now they both know what comes next and laugh throughout the book. It’s a fun one for kids because the reader has to say funny things, and if you really act like the book is in control, fun will be had by all!
These next two came highly recommended from another friend. She bought one for Maddie’s birthday, and we got the other. I love the stories in them both and the pictures are so adorable. Yay for engineers!
I just love all the stuff this little architect builds!
We got Silly Tilly from a Scholastic order from Maddie’s school. It’s got fun pictures and a very silly goose. There’s lots of fun rhyming and the girls think Tilly is quite amusing.
Maddie has been asking a lot about recycling. I found this one through Scholastic as well. I like it because it has a good story about recycling and the different ways it can be done. The kids help clean up a dirty space and learn what can and cannot be recycled. There’s also more detail you can read at times for older kids.
So these are some of our current favorite kids books. What are some of your current favorites?