Five Fall Favorites – Children Books

Five Fall Favorites – Children Books

Hello, lovelies! This is the final day for the Five Fall Favorites blog party! (*deep sigh*) If you haven’t already, please, please, please remember to go enter the giveaway! They only need a few more people to get the 100 people they’re trying to reach, and then they’ll give away a 3rd place prize!

Today I’ve decided to share with you a few of my favorite children’s books. I didn’t have these read to me while I was a kid, these are new books that I’ve discovered in my search for interesting books for my little sisters. 😉

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A cute story about a princess who is secretly a superhero. The LS (Little Sisters) loved this and danced around pretending to be princesses in black and monsters. This is a whole series with (at least) four books in it. The book is full of colorful pictures, and though it doesn’t have a lot of depth (What do you expect? It’s a picture book!) it’s really sweet. There’s longer chapters involved, which makes it a good read-aloud for the youngsters.

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This story is hilarious. What was formerly a cute (if incredibly cheesy) story about a little bunny on his birthday has no been changed into an exciting story about a battle bunny. The original book was “given to a Alex” (which you can see on the cover) who didn’t like the cheesiness and thus scribbled all of the book. It’s really hilarious.

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Who doesn’t love dragons and tacos? And who knew that dragons love tacos!

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I love this one, and my little sisters did too. It’s the story of a hungry bear who comes into the big city and finds a sandwich, told by a very unexpected narrator which you discover at the end of the book. The artwork is equal parts beautiful and hilarious.

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The story of a lonely girl who discovers a new world. This is the first in a trilogy that’s told entirely be pictures. The artwork is so complex and amazing.


Have you read any of these? I love how original they all are. If you want any more suggestions for interesting kids book I have a few more that I couldn’t fit up there. 😉 Be sure to check out readanotherpage.com and all the other blogs for the last day of the blog party!

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