We all have favorite books from our own childhood, and we all know which picture books have withstood the test of time, and remain favorites today, But what about picture books today? What books might our children remember fondly from their own childhood? A few book recommendations for your little ones from the foundation for early learning are;”Down by the Cool of the Pool” by Tony Mitton, illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees a story about a frog and other animals dancing and having a great time cooling off in and out of the pool.
“I’m Bad” by Kate and Jim Mcmullan tells the story of a Tyrannosaurus Rex looking for food in the prehistoric Forrest, and how he is thwarted in his attempts to find something yummy to eat. “Tip Tip, Dig Dig” by Emma Garcia is a great story for your little man about a digger, a mixer, a crane, a dump truck, a bulldozer, and a road roller teaming up to work together at building a playground.
For those that have older children, the “Phantom Stallion” series by Terri Farley. A gret series for your horse loving girls, follow Sam as she tries to find out why there’s a palimino that looks familiar, but appears to bFor your older boy, the story “The puzzling world of Winston Breen:The potato chip puzzles” tells the story of Winston and his friends entering an all day puzzle contest to win money for their school. But they also must discover who is trying to keep them from winning! Included in this great book are puzzles for your little reader to solve throughout the story. Introduce your child to the love of learning new things and the love of reading these wonderful stories.