1. Castles, Caves, and Honeycombs by Linda Ashman
2. I Wish… by Nick Ward
3. Traction Man by Mini Grey. This one was recommended by one of our homeschooling friends.
4. DC Superfriends Flying High by Nick Eliopulos. Another one of those stupid superhero books. Little Boy saw it before I could hide it.
5. Galen’s Camera by Jill Kalz. Since he’s got his own camera now.
6. The Butter Man by Elizabeth Alalou and Ali Alalou. A Moroccan story. I like to get multi-cultural/multi-ethnic books as much as I can.
7. Plodney Creeper, Supersloth by Jane Clarke
8. Cork & Fuzz: Finders Keepers by Dori Chaconas. LB likes Cork and Fuzz.
9. The Best Book to Read by Debbie Bertram and Susan Bloom
10. The First Dog by Jan Brett. The cave people book we got last week was a big hit, so I got another book about ancient humans.
11. Bob’s Best (Ever) Friend by Simon Bartram
12. Hilda and the Mad Scientist by Addie Adam
13. The Golly Sisters Go West by Betsy Byars. We haven’t delved into history very much, since LB is too young to understand much of it. I choose books like this (and the cave people book, and mythology books) to give him a foundation for when we start really working on understanding human history.
14. Cock-a-Doodle Quack! Quack! by Ivor Baddiel and Sophie Jubb
15. Children’s Book of Mythical Beasts & Magical Monsters (a DK book). Beautiful illustrations. Can’t wait to dive into this one.