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

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

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: Day & Night

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Books We Love:  Day & Night

*Affiliate links may be included.*   You may recall us talking about a series of books written from the perspective of the horse. This is another of these stories and even I was hooked. This is the story of Tucker & Shiloh - two brothers who end up on opposite sides of the Civil War. Being able to read about the story from both sides was very engaging. Check out Day & Night by Mattie Richardson to find out more. Check back weekly for the newest books we love feature.

Books We Love: The Magic Attic Club Megan’s Masquerade

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Books We Love:  The Magic Attic Club Megan's Masquerade

Reading is a passion of mine and discovering amazing books for my kids is always so much fun. The Magic Attic Club is a fantastic book series for kids to read and learn about history.

Books We Love: Toliver’s Secret

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Books We Love:  Toliver's Secret

*Disclosure: Affiliate links may be included.* I love when I can sneak in some history by reading an interesting story that really has a lot of historical information and the kids don't know! You see, this book - Toliver's Secret is about a young, ten-year-old girl who disguises herself as a boy to deliver a VERY important message to George Washington. Young Ellen faces many challenges along the way and we get to journey through the story with her and discuss the differences between then and now, the geography of where she is and where she is going and so much more. If I started reading this story during the morning when we do our book work for school, my son would fight it, goof off, who knows what - but we wouldn't enjoy the story. I decided to read it at bedtime and guess what - we both just want to keep reading every night. It is part of the extra recommended reading for Notgrass history that we are doing with Charlie. You can view other books we love - let me know below what one of your favorite books of the week has been.

Books We Love: Usborne Beginners History Box Set

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Books We Love:  Usborne Beginners History Box Set

  *Disclosure:  Affiliate links may be included.* We already have the science and animals box sets so this was a must add to our home library. These books are very inviting to look at with fantastic pictures. The short tidbits of information your child learns throughout really stick in their heads. These books are so packed full of information that I have written a few homeschool units for us to use based on these books. The Usborne Beginning History Box Set comes with the following titles: Ancient Greeks, Castles, Celts, Digging Up the Past, Egyptians, Iron Age, Maya, Romans, Stone Age, and Vikings.   For more great stories, check out our weekly Books We Love to see what else we have been reading.

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

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

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: Waiting for Winter

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Books We Love:  Waiting for Winter

*Affiliate links may be included.*   Waiting for Winter is an adorable and silly book about some winter animals who were trying to figure out what snow was. They discovered one thing after another that fit what they thought snow was....only it wasn't. I'm sad this book is out of print now because we love it but you can snag a copy on Amazon. Books We Love is a weekly feature where we share a book we have loved reading recently.  I always want to hear your favorites so leave a comment and let me know what you are reading.

Books We Love: Blogging Through the Alphabet – B

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: January 31, 2020

Books We Love:  Blogging Through the Alphabet  - B

Books We Love is a weekly segment where we feature one or more books from the week that we have enjoyed reading. Come check out this week's books that start with the letter B.

Books We Love: Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims

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Books We Love:  Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims

*Disclosure:  Affiliate links may be included in this post.*   Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims is a laugh-out-loud story about time travel adventures with exceptional Americans.  Journey back to the pilgrims with Liberty - a talking, sarcastic horse. In this entertaining story, you journey back in time to ask questions like why do you want to leave Europe?  What will you do when we finally see land?  And so much more!  The kids and I enjoy these stories as part of our family read-aloud time.  I get to see things from a different perspective as I read to the kids. Follow along every week as we share books we love.  Have you read the Rush Revere stories?  I'd love to hear which one was your favorite.