Spring Into the Season With a Kids’ Book Review

What better way to pass a rainy spring day than by reading some of these unique seasonal books? Find them at your local library or as always, enjoy them via the read aloud versions on You Tube that I have provided. 1 Big Salad by: Juana Medina was counting excitement from one to ten with theseContinue reading “Spring Into the Season With a Kids’ Book Review”

Kid’s Easter Book Review

Count down the last few days till Easter with these themed kids’ books. The Night Baafore Easter by: Dawn Young joins Bo, a typical child too excited to sleep on the night before Easter, as he calls on his ‘counting sheep’ to help him. BIG MISTAKE Bo! The sheep decide to run downstairs and exploreContinue reading “Kid’s Easter Book Review”

Kid’s Spring Book Review

Spring into spring with these unique kids’ books. As always, I have included links to the free read alouds via You Tube just in case you are unable to find them at your library. The Legend of the Bluebonnet by: Pat Cusick Ripton is a unique story of self-sacrifice. In this Native American Indian tale,Continue reading “Kid’s Spring Book Review”

Kid’s Valentine’s Day Book Review

Love From the Crayons by: Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers was adorably illustrated in the style of a child’s crayon scribbles. The message of the book was beautifully simple: love comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors. It can be silly, hard to find, stormy, creative, or (my personal favorite) stinks (the illustration is priceless).Continue reading “Kid’s Valentine’s Day Book Review”

See if its Spring with a Groundhog Day Kids’ Book Review

Well, well, well, winter finally decided to show up at last! And just in time for the good ole groundhog to let us know how much more of the white fluffy stuff we can expect. Since we’re all stuck inside, why not enjoy some of these themed kids’ books? As always, find them at yourContinue reading “See if its Spring with a Groundhog Day Kids’ Book Review”

Martin Luther King Learning

Don’t forget, Monday is Martin Luther King Day. Your kids most likely have the day off of school so why not fill it with songs, crafts, and learning? And the best part- all of these resources are totally free! I Have a Dream Rainbow Craft Free Printable Word Search How Would You Change the World?Continue reading “Martin Luther King Learning”

Chill Out with a Kid’s Winter Book Review

So far it hasn’t been the snowiest of winters, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the flurries inside these winter themed kids’ books. Look for them at your local library or check out the links for the free read alouds on You Tube. In Amadi‚Äôs Snowman by: Katia Novet Saint-Lot Amadi, a young boyContinue reading “Chill Out with a Kid’s Winter Book Review”

Warm Up With More Winter Books

Cold, dark January nights got you down? Grab a cup of hot chocolate and some fuzzy blankets, light a roaring fire in your fireplace, and cozy up with some of these winter themed books! Anna’s Wish by: Bruno Hachler tells of a young girl who lives in a city where it hasn’t snowed in ages.Continue reading “Warm Up With More Winter Books”

Kids Winter Book Review

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but these winter themed books are warm and delightful! Pick them up at your local library for free or enjoy them as free read alouds on You Tube at the links provided. Before Morning by: Joyce Sidman was difficult for me to figure out at first, but give itContinue reading “Kids Winter Book Review”

Kid’s Christmas Book Review Part 2: Yep, We Found More Awesome Books

We originally found these last year, but I’ve included the links to the free read alouds this year- enjoy! What the Dinosaurs Did The Night Before Christmas by: Refe and Susan Tuma was hilarious! The staging and photographing of the dinosaurs perfectly compliment this entertaining tale of the antics that only the most mischievous ofContinue reading “Kid’s Christmas Book Review Part 2: Yep, We Found More Awesome Books”