With Back to School upon us as a parent we look to find books for our kids at their reading level and that will be fun to read. Now that Sarah is in first grade she is becoming a better reader and very interested in reading her own stories!
Growing up I loved the Berenstain Bears Series and I knew she would love them too.
Award-winning author team Jan and Mike Berenstain return with two more books to add to the classic Berenstain Bears series
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS REAP THE HARVEST: Brother and Sister Bear go to work on Farmer Ben’s farm and learn not only how hard work can be satisfying, but also how valuable farming is. “That’s the way it is with farming. Same way it is with faith . . . our true reward may come later on-in God’s good time.”
Visit www.berenstainbears.com to check out the Series and order your kids the awesome books.
A few other books we love that are new are S is for Snowman and Thank You God. Both books the girls just adore and I know will be perfect to read to the new baby!
S is for Snowman: Never again should kids wonder what to do in the wintertime. Award-winning author Kathy jo-Wargin teaches young readers to celebrate the chilly months in her new book, S is for Snowman. Preschool readers will rush for their scarves and grab their sleds—or choose an equally entertaining indoor activity—when they learn about all the potential fun winter has in store as outlined in this wonderfully warm new read.
With ideas like making snow angels, sipping hot chocolate and knitting fluffy quilts with their parents, readers will discover the many ways they can enjoy themselves during those seemingly long winter months. They will learn that the cold temperatures outdoors shouldn’t cause them to be restless inside their homes.
Thank You, God: Children ages 3 and up will delight in the many ways they learn to be thankful to God in bestselling author Allia Zobel Nolan’s Thank You God. Capturing the essence of God’s beautiful planet on every page, Nolan teaches children across the globe to thank God in everything they do. In doing so, the book takes children on a trip around the world to learn about babushka dolls in Russia, fiestas on the streets of Spain, and the Statue of Liberty in New York. In every situation, children learn about everything they have to be thankful for.
The heart of THANK YOU, GOD’s message is illuminated by artist Miki Sakamoto, whose simple yet poignant pictures of children playing and interacting in their daily lives further underscores God’s omnipresence. The fun, liftable flaps give readers a special surprise on every page of the book. Together, Nolan and Sakamoto deliver a true gift for preschool readers from every ethnic background.