25 June 2010

favorites: storytime


a few favorites from benji's bookshelf

12 comments:

Diane said...

Pajama Time! by Sandra Boynton, or Barnyard Dance by Sandra Boynton are perfect for his age. Plus you'll love them too.

julia said...

he will love 'how to catch a star' by oliver jeffers (and you'll love the illustration!)

and what about 'the gruffalo' by julia donaldson/alex scheffler

--r said...

Gotta love those book-lovin' boys! Sam's favorite is "Green Eggs and Ham"—probably because it's starring Sam I Am. He chases me around the house asking to have it read to him.

the whyte's said...

LOVE sandra boynton. fave--from horns to toes and in between. been reading it since they were one....they're 3 and 4 now.

kate r. said...

I loove Cowboy Small. I wish there were more of her books in board book form.

Are you going to the Utah Bar Convention this year? (I said hi to you at the opening party last year)

Amanda said...

Don't you just love children books? A favorite of this soon-to-be kindergarten teacher. Your Benji has a great selection so far and if you keep adding the classics it'll be one impressive collection for years to come. I love Eric Carle and Audrey Wood's works as well!

Anna Kristina said...

I'm a big children's lit fan! Discovered The Chicken Thief by Beatrice Rodriguez at our local bookstore a month or so ago, and I'd highly recommend it. No words, just pictures and a great story.

Shanley said...

I LOVE Good Night Moon and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Another favorite, "The Giving Tree," by Shel Silverstein. Just bought it for a newly pregnant friend.

Kristi said...

Ooooh! We always love books suggested by others...there's quite a few that we haven't read before...thanks!

Travelin'Oma said...

This is a darling picture!

Eeny said...

I read some of those cute books to my Au Pair kids. Their favorite books were "If you give a mouse a cookie" by Laura Numeroff and "Letters from Felix: A Little Rabbit on a World Tour" by Annette Langen. The Felix books are so adoarable, they have real letters in envelopes in them.

Monika said...

Oma says that my now 18-year old's fave book at her house was Corduroy, too! Now his 4- and 6-year old sisters love it, too!

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