Books We Have Been Reading This Spring 2015

“There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world.

Love of books is best of all.”    by: Jaqueline Kennedy

Dear Readers,


I’ve been having so much fun with our preschool read aloud list so far this Spring, check it out:


I am a little tiger. by: Francois Crozat

I Can Only Imagine by: Bart Millard

In the Garden with Van Gogh by: Julie Merberg and Suzanne Bober

Adam, Adam, What do you see? by: Bill Martin Jr. and Michael Sampson

One Duck Stuck by: Phyllis Root

Five Little Ladybugs by: Melanie Gerth

The ABC Bible Verse Book by: Deedra Scherm

I Love You Through and Through by: Bernadette Rossetti-Shustak

Baby Animals by: Baby Einstein

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Tiny Bears Bible by: Sally Lloyd-Jones

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by: Eric Carle

A Child’s Garden of Verses by: Robert Louis Stevenson

The Little Red Hen by: A Favorite Folk-Tale, Little Golden Books

The Three Bears by: A Little Golden Book


The Three Little Pigs by: Elizabeth Ross

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So far my little Monita and my little Pajarito love these books. They ask me to read them over and over again. It makes my heart so happy!

It’s so cute too, because my mom used to read me some of these when I was little.  I am positive that since she read to me a lot growing up, that she definitely inspired me to have a love for reading and I love it even more now.  And I’m so happy to see my children enjoying these books and love being read too also.


Here is our read aloud list for my elementary aged children, just love these:

Homer Price by: Robert McCloskey

The Story of Doctor Dolittle by:Hugh Lofting

Frog and Toad Are Friends by: Arnold Lobel

Frog and Toad All Year by: Arnold Lobel

Frog and Toad Together by: Arnold Lobel

Frederic Chopin Son of Poland Early Years by: Opal Wheeler

Leading Little Ones to God by: Marian M. Scholland

James Herriot’s Treasury of Inspirational Stories for Children by: James Herriot

I Heard Good News Today Stories for Children by: Cornelia Lehn

The Berenstain Bears’ Big Book of Science and Nature by: Stan and Jan Berenstain

The Llama Who Had No Pajama 100 Favorite Poems by: Mary Ann Hoberman

A Grain of Rice by: Helena Clare Pittman


Through Grandpa’s Eyes by: Patricia MacLachlan

Roxaboxen by: Alice McLerran

The Story of Ferdinand by: Munro Leaf

Abuela by: Arthur Dorros

Planting a Rainbow by: Lois Ehlert

Eating the Alphabet Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z by: Lois Ehlert

Island Boy by: Barbara Cooney

Wild and Free The Story of a Black-Footed Ferret by: Jo-Ellen Bosson

Marshmallow by: Clare Turlay Newberry

Hattie and the Wild Waves by: Barbara Cooney

The Little House by: Virginia Lee Burton

The Ox-Cart Man by: Barbara Cooney

Did I already say I love these books? And this is only a few of the many we are reading. Don’t worry I will share more with you next time. Especially, since summer is coming, you’ll want to have some good books available for those times or days when you start hearing, “I’m bored”. You can have a fun story time with the kiddos. Even Dad can have fun reading these to them also.

So I am currently working on our family’s favs list and I just can’t wait to share it with you! I am making a book list that you can download to use as a reference for when you go to the library or bookstore. Can’t wait to get it to you!  So make sure you subscribe,  so you don’t miss out!

Especially, because I am going to add in a $10.00 Barnes and Noble gift card in a special drawing, done by rafflecopter. So stay tuned!

I would also love to hear about what some of your favorite childhood stories were or  what you are currently reading right now with your little ones.

Until next time!

Happy Reading!

In His Love,



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