I am so proud to say that Trent already loves books! He grabs them from me, holds them, stares at them as we read, points at them, and overall enjoys our reading time. It is so special to me!
Through these three months, Trent and I have continued our picture #bookaday. So far we have read 182 titles (91 in the first 3 months then 91 these last three months)!!! Three months ago, I shared our favorites from those months, and today I am so happy to share our top fifteen favorites from these last three months with you.
Favorite Elephant & Piggie
We read a ton of Mo Willems books! I am such a fan! Though I love Pigeon, Cat the Cat, and Knuffle Bunny, E&P are still my favorite.
Are You Ready to Play Outside? by Mo Willems
Favorite Oliver Jeffers Books
We went on an Oliver Jeffers readathon, and these are our favorites that we read during these months (Lost and Found is probably still my favorite.) He is such a superb author!
Stuck and The Incredible Book Eating Boy
Favorite Dan Santat Illustrated Book
We also read a bunch of books that were illustrated by Dan Santat. He is so talented!
Carnivores by Aaron Reynolds
Favorite Bedtime Story
This book is beautiful! Lyrical and great artwork.
A Book of Sleep by Il Sung Na
Laugh out loud funny.
Naked by Michael Ian Black
Favorite “Full of Truth” Book
Giving Tree-esque, but without as much of the selfishness controversy aspect.
Stick Kid by Peter Holwitz
Favorite Repetitive Book
These will be so much fun to read aloud with Trent when he gets older!
Oh No! by Candace Fleming
Honorary: Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes by Eric Litwin
(I cannot get the song out of my head!)
Favorite Nonfiction Animal Book
Great photographs of these animals, and I liked that some lesser known animals were featured (Oh No! has some unique animals as well).
Baby Animals at Night by Kingfisher
Some things are more important than finishing first.
Number One Sam by Greg Pizzoli
Favorite “I Love You” Book
Two Hands To Love You by Diane Adams
Favorite Cause-and-Effect Book
Laura Joffe Numeroff’s books are so quirky and funny!
If You Give a Moose a Muffin by Laura Joffe Numeroff
A Kids’ Dream Come True Book
Well, an anyone dream come true book actually.
Yes Day! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Favorite Art (& Color) Book
So happy that I got to read these to Trent at the Hunter Museum of Art. I love that these books teach color through pieces of art.
My First Palette: Six Little Books by The Metropolitan Museum of Art
There are some amazing picture books out there for children, and I am always learning about more that I want to read with Trent! What books should I make sure to read with him? I cannot wait to see what the next three months hold?!
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