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This is a bit of a new series from me (if I manage to keep it up of course) – a focus on the books that we have read throughout the last month. We often visit the library and take a stash of books home with us, so I thought it would be fun to pick out some of the ones the boys enjoy the most and hope that it inspires you to read them with your own children.
So here’s what they read in November.
This is one of the simplest books that we have read but it’s hilarious! Zach was laughing the whole way through when we first read it, and even I was too. And Oscar just loved the drawings of the worms. It really is a book about only being able to draw worms, but it’s a genius of a book!
Oscar absolutely loves this book. Every page is full of adventure of some kind, with rescues by all of the emergency services and more! It’s also in rhyme form which makes it really fun to read and the illustrations are brilliant for young kids to enjoy looking at. This has been a huge winner in our house.
This is my favourite book that I have read to Oscar several times. It’s about a little Rhino who thinks he is in charge of the jungle, but in the end he finds out that really he is not. Sometimes I think Oscar thinks that he runs this house, so I like to think that it helps him to understand that he’s not in charge of us!
There is a huge collection of these books and whenever Zach sees one in the library, he always picks it up and makes me read it as soon as he gets home! I’m sure many would think this is such a girlie book for a boy to pick up but I think it’s super important that he reads books where the main female character is the hero in every story 🙂 And Kitty the hairdresser is just that!
If you have a dinosaur fan in your house, this is a must have book! Oscar absolutely ruddy loves it. It follows nibbles the little monster on a journey where he is nibbling his way through the book and into each different section on dinosaurs. Does it all end when he finds his way into the T-Rex pages? Well that would be telling!
It’s not only a story of nibbles though, each dinosaur related section has lots of facts about the specific dinos. So if they want to learn more about the T-Rex, Triceratops, and more – then this is your book!
These are the five books that have been read the most from the batch that we bought home from the library in November. Have you read any of these? What’s your little one’s current favourite?
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