These are my suggestions if you want to
share the love of books for some young children.
Number One Sam
By: Greg Pizzoli
Goodreads: They’re off! Sam is the best race-car driver in history-he is number one at every race!
But when his best friend, Maggie, shows that she has racing talent of her own, Sam doesn’t know how to handle coming in second place. Will he learn what it truly means to be a winner?
Ope’s Opinion: I thought this book had a good message about how important it is to care about other people rather than being first.
By: Ann Dryod
Cost: $ 11.90
Goodreads: In the bright buzzing room…it is time to power down.
For parents and children alike, here is a modern bedtime story about bidding our gadgets goodnight. Don’t worry, though. They’ll be waiting for us, fully charged, in the morning.
Ope’s Opinion: Goodnight Ipad has such a great story for children that parents ( or grandparents) will enjoy some underlying humor.
Ten Little Ladybugs
By: Melanie Gerth, Laura Huliska-Beith
Goodreads: One by one, ten tactile bugs disappear. Where did they all go? Young ones will love finding out as they feel their way through the sturdy, colorful pages of this innovative book. The cute critters provide a hands-on learning experience and the rhyming text reinforces the counting concept. Interactive, educational, adorable — this magical countdown book adds up to a whole lot of fun.
Ope’s Opinion: This is a nice alternative to ten little monkey’s. It really helps with counting and has a nice rhyme to it.
Hope this helps your shopping!
My niece loved that Ten Little Ladybugs book!
It is such a fun book to read with kids.