This week I pulled out an old favorite, Poofy Loves Company, written and illustrated by Nancy Winslow Parker. The boys cracked up at looking at the pictures of the adorable oversized dog inserting a little mayhem into a tea party. This book was an early favorite of G’s, but it has been awhile since we revisited it. He used to page through this book and look at
(affiliate links are used in this post) For the past week, a favorite book has been Touch the Art: Make Van Gogh’s Bed by Julie Appel and Amy Guglielmo, a book in their Touch the Art Series. This series, which has several other titles, including Count Monet’s Lilies, Brush Mona Lisa’s Hair, and Pop Warhol’s Top is an accessible and fun way for kids to learn
A picture book we’re loving this week is Behold the Bold Umbrellaphant: and Other Poems by Jack Prelutsky, Illustrations by Carin Berger. What is an umbrellaphant? It is what you get when you add an umbrella to an elephant, of course! We picked up this great book by chance. I was browsing a nearby shelf at a local library, and my preschooler spotted this cover,
We just checked Duck Tents by Lynne Berry out of the library, and it is absolutely adorable. Five ducks go fishing and camping. The ducks get scared when they hear a strange noise (WHOOO could be out at night?), and end up snuggling in one tent. Duck Tents is charming, and even though I’ve probably read it 20 times already, I haven’t once considered hiding it!