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My Superkiddo loves animals, really LOVES them, and often searches for books that include kids who love them, or star actual animal heroes. This collection of children’s books ranges from the nostalgic to the downright ridiculous, but what can you expect when the 8-year-old selects the books, right?
What to Read: Animal Books
I am finally back in the driver’s seat, and writing for my own blog, after multiple assignments of traveling to write for others. I will gladly fill you in on the details later. Today, I want to share a few of my family’s favorite selections in children’s books. Whether your children are proficient, independent readers, or youngsters who still curl into your lap for story time, the following list will serve as a fun introduction to the classics, as well as an idea for additions to our library.
What to Read: Classic Children’s Stories
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Superkiddo and I had a blast reviewing books for this week’s theme! We discovered new, fun things about fingerprints in children’s books. You might be surprised by the gems we found. All reviews have been written by Superkiddo, with occasional grammatical suggestions from Mommy, and were neither compensated, nor influenced by any vendors. Enjoy!
This Week in Children’s Books: Fingerprints
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If you, and your favorite readers have joined the rest of the world in renewed Star Wars frenzy, then you may enjoy this compilation from my very own Superkiddo. He insists that even the youngest Jedi will find a great book on the list this week.