On Our Bookshelf: January Favorites

On Our Bookshelf: January Favorites
Even in the midst of the chaos of an overseas move, we’ve found a lot of time to read together. Perhaps reading books together has been even more comforting in the midst of all this change and the things we can’t control? Although our interpretation and perception of the book may change as we change, the words and pictures are always the same and enjoyed best together with each other. Enjoy our favorite picks of books we’ve been reading together with our children, as a family or studying and sharing together. I’ve needed the stories and snuggles with my children as much as they have needed comfort and calm.

For babies, toddlers and preschoolers:

Where’s Spot by Eric Hill

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Barnyard Dance by Sandra Boynton

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I am a Bunny by Ole Risom Illustrated by Richard Scarry

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Preschool- young elementary

Swimmy by Leo Lionni

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Edward and the Pirates by David McPhail

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Where’s the Dragon by Jason Hook
(A current favorite that we’ve read again and again during our move, given to us by sweet friends before moving.)

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School age

See Inside Space by Katie Daynes

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Good Morning, Gorillas by Mary Pope Osborn

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Cavemice Watch Your Tail! by Geronimo Stilton

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100 Facts & Inventions by Dunkin Brewer

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For older children and adults:

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

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Survival Japanese by Boyer De Mente

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P.S. Upon our second day in town we got new public library cards for this area. We’re bibliophiles; can you tell?

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