Littlebit’s Top Ten Favorite Books
When I was pregnant with the Princess I would sit in a rocking chair with a few children’s books and I would read to her while she was inside me. I read to her as a newborn and I read to her through her infancy. The only time I really stopped reading was that brief period of time she got too grabby. I stopped for a few weeks, but the Princess has always been read to and, no surprise, the Princess loves to read.
I didn’t read specifically to Littlebit while she was snuggled in my rib cage, but I was reading to the Princess all the time. And once LB* was born, I kept reading.
And, of course, I read to Baby Bee now too. We make weekly treks to the library. My girls LOVE books. Of course, there’s no guarantee that reading to your kids is going to foster a love of books and I’m sure there are plenty of parents who HAVE read to children who DON’T end up loving to read, but that’s not the case in our house. We love books.
I already share the books that I’m loving with you, and Ill be sharing the Princess’s favorite books too, but today I want to share Littlebit’s Top Ten FAVORITE books. These are all books we own. I’m linking to amazon, but in the spirit of full disclosure, I make no many from the links or any sales. That should cover the fine print, right?
Littlebit’s Top Ten FAVORITE Books (meaning we read them over and over and OVER and they are in no particular order)
- Snuggle Puppy by Sandra Boyton
- Olive by Ian Falconer
- Skippyjohn Jones by Judy Schachner
(we’ve read all of the books, but Littlebit still prefers the first book the most
- Pinkalicious by Victoria Kahn
- Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems
- The Monster at the End of the Book by Jon Stone
- Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
- No, David! by David Shannon
- Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes
- Gingerbread Baby by Jan Bret
What are some of your children’s favorite books? We’re always looking for new titles to read.