|Seasonal titles from Candlewick arrived at our door!|
We were thrilled to receive four beautiful hardback books to review and share with you. Books are one thing I think there should never be a limit on! (Does anyone else remember carefully marking your selections in the school book fair pamphlet and agonizing over the decision for hours? Maybe that was just me...).
|WHOOOSH! BEEP! The book is full of good sound words.|
Mr. G immediately opened up The Little Snowplow and wanted me to read him the classic "I think I can" story. This wonderful preschool title by Lora Koehler and illustrated by Jake Parker, will last all Winter!
|The embossed cover of Snow|
Next up, we peered into the pages of Snow, which explores the magic of a snow day and the importance of family.
|What's that white stuff in the sky?|
Mr. G has just learned to call grandpa "Papa" so this story, by Sam Usher, was fun for us to read. Next up as a whimsical illustration book based on the idea of home, which is also the title.
|No matter what it looks like, home is home!|
I absolutely adored this book, and had so much fun telling Mr. G about all the types of home. Carson Ellis' lovingly drawn collection of visuals is great for older toddlers, school kids, and adults.
|Is your home under the sea?|
I know we will treasure Home for years to come and I highly recommend picking up your own copy!
Mr. G has a stuffed lion that is basically the size of him, so I knew Counting Lions would be a hit.
|Featuring beautiful charcoal drawings of ten endangered creatures|
Written by Katie Cotton and illustrated by Stephen Walton, this gentle counting book will be fun for any age. Mr. G was keenly aware of the highly realistic sketches and wanted me to name each one.
|Seasonal titles from Candlewick Press|