Thursday, June 24, 2010

~Children's Books~ Weekly Question!

Just because your blog isn't as well-known as some million-follower blogs out there doesn't mean you don't have good ideas and good advice! And I want to hear it. It's Weekly Question day! ;) There are 2 ways to participate.
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~Question Thursday!~
Topic: Children's Books
What was your childhood favorite? What's your kids' favorite? What lessons does it teach? Do you think it's important to have a moral of the story?  

(*Next Week's Topic: Gardening! Do you? Don't you? Why or why not? If you do, what are some of your tricks and tips?*)


  1. When I was a little girl my favorite book was "Are YOU My Mother?" by P. D. Eastman. My favorite part was where the "snort" put the baby bird back in the nest and his Mama came home. :)
    My daughter's favorite book is also my current favorite children's book, "Little Mommy" by Sharon Kane and I posted a book review of it here: back in October.
    My son loves any touchy-feely book. He loves to scratch and pet the textures.
    I try to read to them daily and some days they 'read' to themselves instead or also. Some nights if they are mega wound up before bed I let them 'read' in bed for a half hour or so until I turn out the lights or they get bored, whichever comes first. ;)

  2. We have so many "favorites!" The old classic Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter is a great one - especially since the lesson of the story is one that's easily understood by young minds.


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