New Fall Reading List

Reading together

This weekend we celebrated my daughter’s third birthday. She is growing up so fast!

One of our favorite activities is reading together and she is always excited to get new books, so I printed out the new Fall Reading List that our Education team just put together and brought it to the local bookstore for some birthday shopping. So far, our favorite new selections are by the very funny author and illustrator Mo Willems: “We Are In a Book!” and “The Duckling Gets a Cookie!?”

You can download a PDF of the list here, and it’s also on Pinterest. (Or, just click on the images below to make them bigger.) What are your child’s favorite books? Leave your recommendations in the comments!

 

 

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2Responses

  1. Jennifer Case

    I LOVE all of Leslie Patricelli’s books for infants (including Higher, Higher). I bought my nephew the whole collection when he was born and I read them over and over and over. They teach great early learning concepts, they are written in a way that makes them fun to read and as an ECE educator I highly recommend them!

    My nephew is now 4 years old, in the Pre-K class, and LOVES books. He had GREAT KinderCare teachers that read to him starting in the infant classroom on up, as well as parents who shared their love of reading with him each day. His new favorite books are Little Critter books by Mercer Mayer. I find these books teach wonderful lessons, are fun to read, as well help to introduce those important sight words!

    I tell the parents on our Open House and Curriculum Nights that reading is the best gift you can give to your child. It opens a world of curiosity, language, feelings, lessons, and opportunities to talk with your child and bond with them. Reading is important! I LOVE that I work for a company that supports this philosophy.

    • Thanks, Jennifer! I’ll check out the Little Critter books. That is wonderful that you’re encouraging parents to read with their children. Also, as kids get older and less cuddly it’s a great way to sneak in a cuddle. :)

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