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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: 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: 78%      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.

Books We Love: You Choose

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: February 23, 2018

Let your imagination run wild in this story where you choose the who, what, when, where and more on every page.

 One thing I like to have in a book is a book that will keep us entertained together while we are waiting.  You Choose is a must have book in our house.  We love to take it when we are going out to eat and will have some time to kill.  

Books We Love: Cars Thunder and Lightning

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: February 3, 2018

The Cars Thunder and Lightning book follows the movie line and my kids love it.

One of our friends knew about his obsession and happened to find a Lightning McQueen Thunder and Lightning book at Goodwill and picked it up for him.  We read it a minimum of twice daily.  Naptime and Bedtime and any other time he decides we need to read it.  I'm hoping to find some

Books We Love: How to Win a Nobel Prize

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: June 12, 2019

Follow along on a journey through the past as you read all about twelve Nobel Prize winners.

*Disclosure:  Affiliate links may be included in this post.*   Looking for a great way to introduce some of the brilliant minds of our past? How to Win a Nobel Prize is a great way to learn about twelve Nobel prize winners. Here is the description from the back of the book. Mary has always wanted to win a Nobel Prize.  She loves doing science experiments at home.  But how can she become a real scientist and win the greatest prize of all?  One day Mary stumbles on a secret meeting of Nobel Prize winners.  Swearing her to secrecy, Professor Barry Marshall agrees to be her guide as she travels around the world and through time to learn the secrets behind some of the most fascinating and important scientific discoveries.  They talk space and time with Albert Einstein, radiation with Marie Curie, DNA with Crick, Watson and Wilkins - and much more.  Join Mary on her time-travel adventure and perform your own experiments along the way! Each Nobel Prize winner chapter also contains an experiment for you to try at home to learn more.   Join us on a time-travel adventure learning about some incredible people.   This book is part of our books we love series.  Each week we are sharing a book we love - follow along by clicking this link - Books We Love.