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Books We Love: Slide and See Farm

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: June 3, 2016

Slide and See Farm from Usborne Books & More is a favorite for my little guy. It's so engaging and fun and you can really see their brains working as they read the story.

Slide and See Farm is an engaging and fun book that lets you watch your child's mind at work as they trace and explore each page. With durable moving parts, it is sure to be a favorite.

Books We Love: I Am A Wonder Woman

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: January 19, 2019

I Am A Wonder Woman is an activity book about incredible women. This book belongs on every bookshelf.

*Disclosure: Affiliate links may be included. I received this book to share as I wish.* As a mom, I want my kids to have stories and examples of people who have made a difference in our life. I want them to know they can do anything. That when they see something in our world that they think needs to change - they have the ability to help change that. While we can always tell our children that they can do anything they set their mind to - putting in front of them examples of people who did just that is the encouragement their young minds need. I Am A wonder Woman is hands down one of my favorite books I have ever put my hands on and definitely one of the books we love. I love it so much! Inspiring activities to try - I Am A Wonder Woman - Incredible Women to Discover is a fantastic introduction to 61 women to help your children feel valued and empowered. Each person will be introduced to you and then you do an activity to go along with it. These activities are thought-provoking questions, quizzes, make-and-do challenges, drawing projects and so much more. Do the activities with your child or discuss them with them after and you can feel empowered together. You can view other featured Books We Love by following the link or by entering Books We Love in the search bar on the home page.

Books We Love: Waiting for Winter

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: January 26, 2018

This adorable story about a squirrel who is waiting for winter will have your kids giggling all the way through. Waiting for Winter is sure to be a favorite with the fantastic illustrations and silly characters.

Join squirrel and his friends as they try to stay awake to see snow. This silly story is sure to delight readers as they go waiting for winter.

Books We Love: Women of the Bible

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: November 2, 2019

*Disclosure:  Affiliate links may be included in this post.*   I had spent a ton of time looking for a bible study I could do that was not super time intensive but that I could fit into my days.  I put Women of the Bible on my Secret Santa list last year and got it.  I enjoy this bible study as I learn more about the women of the bible.  I know for me - there are plenty of times I am reading about someone and can really relate it to my life in a way that I obviously needed to read at that moment.  The daily lessons go over her story, her life and times, her legacy and scripture that guides you to dig deeper with thought-provoking questions about the bible verses relating to her, her promise and her legacy of prayer.   It is designed as a Monday through Friday thing. Books We Love is our way of sharing a different book we love every week, this week I decided to add a book I love instead of one of the kids' books.

Books We Love: 1001 Things to Spot in the Sea

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: July 15, 2016

We love this fun book of things to spot in the sea. The kids are learning so much and can't wait to see more of the titles in the series.

1001 Things to Spot in the Sea is one book in a series of 16 titles.  I love how fun the pages are and my kids are learning so much about different sea animals, different things in the sea habitat, and so much more.  I love that there are so many different titles and we can tie them in with our homeschool curriculum at the time.  *I am an Usborne Books & More consultant.  I earn a commission on all purchases through my link.  That being said, I appreciate your support of our family.  If you are interested in hosting a party or joining my team, please let me know.* 1001 Things to Spot in the Sea   Visit our Books We Love page for more of our favorites. Have you checked out the entire 1001 Things to Spot series?  I'd love to know which book you would choose first.

Books We Love: I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: September 27, 2014

I Ain't Gonna Paint No More

This happens to be a favorite of Charlie's lately, Maggie loves it, and I really love to read it. I bought it back when I use to teach and still enjoy reading it to the kids.  It is a great book to help get kids anticipating the end of the sentence.  They can work on their rhyming skills by figuring out what part of the body the kid is painting in the story.   I Ain't Gonna Paint No More! By Karen Beaumont Illustrated by David Catrow   You can check out some of the other books we love here.   What are your favorite books to read this week?

Books We Love: Very First Book of Things to Spot Out and About

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: January 7, 2017

This is such a fun book for toddlers. Watch their faces as they search each page in answer of the question you asked. Get in on the fun as they learn new words, explore the pages and keep those brains engaged.

Books We Love: My First Reference Book About How Things Grow

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: June 27, 2016

Very First Reference Book About How Things Grow is a great reference books for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners learning about how things grow. With the information presented in such a fun and engaging way, your kids will love reading the information and answering the quizzes about everything they are learning. This book has been fantastic for our homeschool day.

I had passed over this book every time I looked through the website or catalog because it just didn't seem that impressive to me.  I was so ridiculously wrong.  I had a customer order it and the order arrived at my house so I got to check it out.  I immediately added it to my wish list.  The toughest part was deciding which book in the series I wanted first - how things grow, our world, or food.  I decided on How Things Grow since it was garden planting time.  I love that this could be used as part of a science curriculum for toddlers, preschool or kindergarten.   It starts out with simple questions like, "How many different green plants can you find?"  You learn about the different types of plant seeds and how they spread.  The questions at the end of the sections allow kids to quiz themselves and check the answers in the back of the book.  There is a ton of information in this book and it's laid out in such a fun and engaging way for kids.  {I am a consultant for Usborne books so I get commission on all purchases through my links.  Our family appreciates your support}.   Very First Reference Book About How Things Grow We really love this book and I can't wait to get the other books in the series.  See the rest of our favorites on our Books We Love page.