Friday’s Top Five Finds from the Library (3/27)

Here are this week’s finds from the library, these books are full of FUN!

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Little Green Peas by Keith Baker – This is a lively book about colors. We like to look at all the different peas and see what they are doing. Also fun for mom to ask the little ones to find the pea who is flying a kite or the pea who is skiing. This read can spur on a great conversation.

When the Cows got Loose by Carol Weis – Twenty six cows are on the loose and it’s Ida Mae’s job to fetch them. I attempt a country accent when reading this book. Zany, silly, and ridiculous describes where and how the cows are found. Check it out. Ard Hoyt’s illustrations are bright and lively and really make this a fantastic read.

Giggle, Giggle, Quack by Doreen Cronin – We love these books! So playful and funny, we always get a giggle out of these wonderful and zany books. This one is about the time Farmer Brown goes on vacation and leaves his brother in charge with the instructions to “keep an eye on duck.”

Mouse TV by Matt Novak – This one is from our personal library, it was my sister in law’s book when she was little. We read this one a few times this week because it’s one of Elle’s favorites. A mouse family loves watching TV, each family member has their favorite channel. But one night the TV doesn’t work, so they have to find other activities to keep them busy. And they learn a valuable lesson.

Growing Up Duggar: It’s All About Relationships by Jana, Jill, Jessa, and Jinger Duggar – This was fun for me to read. The intended audience seemed to be teenage girls, however, it was great to see the perspective of girls who grew up in a Christ centered home. And as a parent, hearing their stories was inspiring. I should have taken notes, seriously, I think sometime down the road I’ll be reading this again with a notebook and pen in hand.

What fun books have you found this week?

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