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Time for the second installment of my favorite children’s books! The main criteria for this series is simply this: I shouldn’t get tired reading these over and over again.
My little man is growing and showing his preferences too, so I’m adding “Z’s review” on some of the books to show his favorites.
As usual, help me find more fantastic children’s books by commenting! I’m particularly interested in books that show diversity.
1. Barnyard Dance! Pajama Time! And Other Sandra Boynton Books
These books are full of rhythms and so much fun. The characters are also super cute, I want to squeeze them if I could.
Z’s review: I ask for Pajama Time! every night and I have a little dance to ask for the Barnyard one.
I love What Do You Do With a Chance and look forward to getting the other two. The book is gorgeously illustrated, deeply reflective, and profound for kids and adults.
3. Baby Loves Science Series
These are perfect if you’re building Nerdlandia, like us! These are the three that we own, because they’re basically CHEME001 and CS001, and we are so dorky. They also have one on Aerospace Engineering, Gravity, Structural Engineering, Green Energy. I mean, you can just go crazy and unleash your inner nerd here.
Z’s review: Hey it’s my Choo Choo book! And the babies are cute.
This is the best kids’ Bible I’ve come across. The stories are so well-written, freshly delivered, and concise. Very kid and parent-friendly (i.e., not boring). I really, really appreciate the writing of this Bible, not to mention the lovely illustrations–I have never seen Jesus drawn this way and I like it.
Z’s review: I can now say the word ‘Bible” and I love flipping through its pages. (Some I have ripped!)
Heartwarming story about the no-matter-whatness of love.
What are your favorite children’s books? Comment with your favorite titles!
Favorite Children's Books Series
My Favorite Children’s Books: Part 1
My Favorite Children’s Books: Part 2
My Favorite Children’s Books: Part 3
My Favorite Children's Books: Part 4 (Christian Edition)
My Favorite Children's Books: Part 5. Books That Celebrate Differences
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