I could read these books to the children in my library
a hundred times and they'd still beg,
"Read it again!"
What books are you thankful for?
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Go Away, Big Green Monster!
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! How I Became a Pirate
The Napping House No, David!
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!
The Polar Express Press Here The Viper
Where is the Green Sheep? I Want My Hat Back
What a cute way to post this! Happy Thanksgiving! :)ReplyDelete
Love your design for this TTT! It's pretty!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by!
I can't believe I've never read anything from Dr. Seuss. I don't think we had many or any books from him when I was little. I plan to fix that.ReplyDelete
I can't believe that either! But it's never too late.Delete
Same here at my library! The kids love those books. I do find the illustrations for the No, David books a little creepy, but the kids love them. And Mo Willems! Love him to pieces. The kids love finding the pigeon in his other books.ReplyDelete
And Where is the Green Sheep - I love that one. The kids love guessing what each sheep is. So good.
Great list! :)
Mem Fox is classic.Delete
Oh that's so sweet. Made me think of my beloved "There's a Monster at the End of this Book."ReplyDelete
That's one I haven't read.Delete
I love the picture you made! It's adorable.ReplyDelete
Dr Seuss is another one I'm thankful for. I'm not sure everyone else in my family loved listening to his books on cassette when we had roadtrips but I loved getting to recite Yurtle the Turtle along with the tape.
Great list :)
How would we have survived without Dr. Seuss?Delete
I have yet to read something from Chris Van Allsburg. I have my eye on his The Mysteries of Harris Burdick. And maybe Jumanji too. :)ReplyDelete
Everything he writes is breathtaking.ReplyDelete
I love the collage! Definitely Dr. Seuss. This makes me want to read The Polar Express, especially with the holidays nearby. :) Great picks!ReplyDelete
Where is the Green Sheep is such a great book! I loved reading it to my son when he was a baby. Here's my list - a little bit different to yours! http://bit.ly/Y1jrZSReplyDelete
Ahh, Brown Bear, Brown Bear! The Polar Express! I love this list and how it's all children's books! Thanks for sharing and stopping by!ReplyDelete
Rachel @ Beauty and the Bookshelf
I adore this graphic and the choice of books.ReplyDelete
Someday, I'll be able to make my posts pretty too. Haha!ReplyDelete
Great presentation! I've never heard of The Napping House, or The Viper. Will have to check them out.ReplyDelete