Marshmallow Mondays


What’s Your Favorite?
04.19.10, 7:25 AM
Filed under: Childrens' Books | Tags: , ,

Marshmallow Mondays wants to hear from you!

Rydan and I are always interested in learning about and reading new books.  Whether they’re an old favorite of mine or something new that catches his eye in the Scholastic Book Order sent home from school, nothing beats curling up together at bedtime and exploring what lies within the pages of a new book.  It’s a new adventure and an opportunity learn new words, new characters and new valuable life lessons. 

This week, we want to know YOUR favorites.  Simply leave a comment on this post or use the Contact Bridgit link and tell us your favorite children’s book.  Whether it’s a personal childhood favorite or a timeless story that you and your child read over and over again together, we want to hear from you.  Tell us about the books that hold special meaning to you and your child’s heart.

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6 Comments so far
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Goodnight Moon and The Lorax both hold a special place in my heart. Always enjoy reading your new posts.

Comment by Melissa

fancy nancy it really is special for me and tori.

Comment by valerie

Kamryn loves Fancy Nancy books also, but right now she is into “Duck at the Door” by Jackie Urbanovic

My favorites to read with the girls are
“Mommy’s Best Kisses” by Margaret Anastas and the series of “God Gave Us…” books by Lisa T. Bergren

Comment by Ashley

As a child, I always loved the Dr. Seuss books…

Comment by Jodi M. Scheib

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (not the movie though, yikes!)
Mop Top by Don Freeman
Horton Hears a Who! by Dr. Seuss

😉

Comment by Kim

All three of my girls loved the book “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” They loved hearing it over and over! They could “read” it, before they learned to read it. Watching Kaitlyn, who is 11, read it to Avery, who is 1, is really priceless.

Comment by Stacy Miller




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