Best Children’s Books EVER! Part ONE

| March 12, 2013 | 3 Comments

Reading each night to my boys, is my special time with them.  No matter how busy the day has been, I would never miss reading to them at night.  In doing so I am also reliving a part of my childhood, remembering some of the fantastic books for children.  Here is a just some of the favourites in my house that I had to share.  I would love to know your favourites too!!

My boys both LOVE this story and it teaches them a lesson or two as well.  Click here to order

It is dangerous being a ‘stick man’ … love this!  Click here to order

We are currently building up a collection of Roald Dahl stories for my boys … just so many to choose from.  This was my husband’s favourite book as a child.  Click here to order

This one is fabulous with so many stories and an A-Z … just love it.  Click here to order

This has to be a winner when it includes Dinosaurs, Christmas and poop!!  Click here to order

You can get all different types of this one, paperback, hardback etc but my son has one with sounds which he just loves.  Click here to order

Yet another from Julia & Axel … an absolute classic, along with The Gruffalo’s Child which is equally as good.  Click here to order

This one lead to the family having competitions over just who loved who the most.  A total classic!  Click here to order

This is a blast from my childhood.  A book I loved and I would highly recommend getting the board book as I remember loving popping my fingers through the holes.  Click here to order

We have a growing collection from the wonder Dr. Seuss.  Click here to order

Mrs. Wishy-Washy was the first book my youngest took a real shinning too.  Click here to order

So many of these books to choose from, but this one introduces you to most of the characters.  Click here to order

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  1. Nicky says:

    Did I tell you we went to the Eric Carle Picture Book Museum in Massachusetts? So awesome, I saw the original and got into trouble for taking photos!

  2. Amy says:

    I enjoy reading my girls Giraffes can’t dance by Giles Andreae & Guy Parker-Rees and Wheels on the Bus New Zealand by Donovan Bixley

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