We brought home a haul from the library last week. Ellen got a little time in public, and I helped her pick out books that were not Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs or Sophia the First: The Perfect Tea Party.
I just can’t read them one.more.time.
Here’s what we got. Here’s what we thought.
A Pet’s Life: Cats
Kids’ guide from @ASPCA. Basic facts about #cats and how to care for them. Has a glossary. Ellen just likes the pics. #NoWeCantGetaCat
A Thump from Upstairs
Pretty sure this book would scare Ellen more than help fear of dark. Weird book. Bumps in the night & cats throwing surprise bday parties.
The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot
Alien/robot take on #TheThreeLittlePigs. Super cute. Ellen was scared of this one too despite her love of robots. She might have issues.
I Read Symbols
LOVED this book. We are working on teaching Ellen street signs, and this helps a ton. Big, simple images of road signs. #homeschooling #preK
Five Little Kittens
Kitties. Porridge. Cat baths. Pretty much every element Ellen ever wants in a book. #BroadenHerHorizons #ButSheLikesIt
Whenever we go to the library, Ellen demands robot books. Don’t know why. This one she liked. Prob bc it involved cookies & inventions.
Getting a Haircut
Just now realizing how many fears my kid has. Have feeling she’ll hate haircuts. Hoping this helps. Step-by-step guide: getting haircut.
Betty Bunny Loves Chocolate Cake
Adorable. Teaches patience. Has chocolate cake. Now I want cake. Maybe I shouldn’t read this book anymore. Mmmm. Cake.
So, here’s the recap:
Ellen loves kitties, bunnies and certain robots. She hates other robots, the dark and probably haircuts. But, that’s not the point. The point: Let me know your fave kids’ book. Give me a quick review if you’re feeling fancy. And, feel free to stop by my Lila Rose Giveaway and win an awesome hair accessory!