Books for Kids to Read...and read again...and again...
40 pages, 2 geniuses, immeasurable beauty.
A nice reminder that even when life seems to be at its worst (you're being attacked by sharks, you're being attacked by tigers, etc etc) the machinations of fate might always change in your favor.
Mem Fox is fantastic, and so are these sheep. Perfect for bedtime or anytime.
Beneath these cozily domestic scenes from the life of a tight-knit family of hippopotamusesque creatures runs an eeire current of melancholy that called to me as a child.
One of my all time favorite books. Sixteen strangers discover they are heirs to millionaire businessman Sam Westing's fortune, if one of them can discover which among the group took his life. But are they really trying to catch a murderer, or are they caught in Westing's last and most dangerous game?
The primordial soup of childhood is called to mind in this classic about calendar months and actual soup.
Despite competition from shady neighborhood thug Wikipedia Brown, our boy EB is still exactly as awesome as he was when you were in elementary school. Anyone who makes it a decade on this earth without knowing this series should be held back from turning 11 until the situation is remedied.
If a brontosaurus in the forest wants to pet little girl, and a bossy little girl in the forest wants a pet brontosaurus, whose will will win?
Whenever I read this book I am reminded of a very special person. Then I remember that I’m in love! Try reading this book. You might realize that you are in love with your best friend.