Children’s Literature

We love books! If it was written for children, we have probably read it. Or at least we have the intention of reading it. 😉  Find out which books we love, what you should read to your children next, or suggest something for us!

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Check out the videos we’ve posted on our YouTube channel! We read some great books in both English & Spanish.

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We’ve reviewed some great (& some not-so-great) children’s books. If you have a suggestion on what we should review next, please let us know!

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Recent Posts:

Extreme Opposites

by Max Dalton Just when you thought there were a few too many opposites books in this world… Wait! There Continue Reading →

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10 Little Fingers and 10 Little Toes

by Mem Fox Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury I am a big fan of both Helen Oxenbury and Mem Fox. They Continue Reading →

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Star Wars Epic Yarns: Return of the Jedi

by Jack & Holman Wang I originally fell in love with this illustrator pair when I found their version of Continue Reading →

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The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily

by Dino Buzzati This is my first review of a book meant for older children (this one is best read Continue Reading →

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Tea Rex

by Molly Idle Written as a set of instructions on how to host a proper tea party, Tea Rex is a Continue Reading →

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Little Red Gliding Hood

by Tara Lazar Even though we may be close to a saturated fairy tale market, I always appreciate a good Continue Reading →

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RHYMoceros

by Janik Coat After Hippopposites (a similar children’s book by the same author) was such a huge success, we can Continue Reading →

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The Children’s Book of Christmas Stories (circa 1922)

In an attempt to shield my daughter from some of the current commercialism of the Christmas holiday, her bedtime stories Continue Reading →

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Say Goodnight

By Helen Oxenbury Helen Oxenbury offers illustrations of babies that every child can relate to.  Oxenbury is respectful and tasteful Continue Reading →

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How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends?

Jane Yolen & Mark Teague Yolen and Teague’s dinosaur series never really resonated with me until I became a parent.  Continue Reading →

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