Diary of a Minecraft Alex

Book two of An unofficial minecraft book by MC Steve Storyline: Alex goes to her farm and feels like she is being watched. A dark presence seems to drift around. The next day there is a single block of obsidian sitting on her farm. Alex goes to see Steve, who explains to her about the... Continue Reading →

The Tooth Fairy 

The Tooth Fairy  Written by Gaby Goldsack Illustrations by Rachael O'Neill Storyline: Discover how Sparkle the Tooth Fairy comes up with a special plan to solve some tricky problems in fairy land! This book comes complete with a special tooth pouch that children can place under their pillow at night for the Tooth Fairy, as... Continue Reading →

Charlotte’s Web

Written by E.B. White Storyline: SOME PIG these are the words in Charlotte's web, high in the barn. Her spiderweb tells of her feelings for a little pig named Wilber, as well as he feelings of a little girl named Fern... Who lives Wilber, too. Their love had been shared by Millions of Readers. I... Continue Reading →

It’s NOT the Stork! 

Written by Robie H. Harris and Illustrated by Michael Emberley Book Discription: Young children are curious about almost everything, especially their bodies. And young children are not afraid to ask questions. What makes me a girl? What makes me a boy? Why are some parts of girls' and boys' bodies the same and why are... Continue Reading →

Oh! The Places You’ll Go!

By Dr.Seuss About this book: Dr. Seuss’s wonderfully wise Oh, the Places You’ll Go! is the perfect send-off for grads—from nursery school, high school, college, and beyond! From soaring to high heights and seeing great sights to being left in a Lurch on a prickle-ly perch, Dr. Seuss addresses life’s ups and downs with his... Continue Reading →


Written and illustrated by Jeremy Billups Storyline (ish): Do you think it's weird for a Bear to have a Beard? Well you're greatly mistaken! Guys, Look what came in the mail today!! I've been so excited about checking out this book! Me and my Five-Year-Old cracked it open and read it right away! Thoughts from... Continue Reading →


written by Laura Numeroff Illustrated by Felicia Bond Well now that my daughter has graduated from preschool it's just me and her at home for a month before my other daughter finishes school for the summer. So today we decided to start our day by reading a book! Thoughts from a five-year-old: I think that... Continue Reading →

I Knew You Could! 

Written by Craig Dorfman Illustrations by Cristina Ong Storyline: I think I can! A book from The Little Engine that Could series, a book for all the Stops in Your life. Thoughts from a six year old: It was good, I like the cute little train, I didn't like that it had to go through... Continue Reading →

Carry-me Baby Animals

Written by Claire Page Storyline: Meet Copper Kitten and his baby friends! Pet them gently and say hello! Then take them with you as you go! So my kids have started to outgrown this book -they'll still ask us to read it on occasion -but I thought I'd share this book without the kids today.... Continue Reading →

Fritz Danced the Fandango

Written by Alicia Potter Illustrations by Ethan Long Storyline: A dancing goat doesn't fit in with his herd and goes in search of a new herd that is more like him. Along the way Fritz makes a few new friends. It's that time when me and one of my little princess read a book together,... Continue Reading →

Just as I Am!

A soft and shiny pop-up book created by Karen Sapp and Rachel Elliot Storyline: Little Elephant doesn't like his long trunk. It gets in the way of games and trips up his friends. It's just a nuisance! But one hot day, Little Elephant finds that is trunk is very special indeed! First off I just... Continue Reading →

How Jackie found the Wind

Children’s storybook Written by Jessie Yungkurt   Illustrated by Mary Hoeppner Storyline: Who-o-o! Who-o-o! Whistled the old wind around the corner of the house, while inside Jackie Green rolled over in his bed, pulled the quilt up right around his ears and called his mother. Here we go again! The girls got this book as... Continue Reading →

Bedtime for little Bears!

Children's storybook created by David Bedford and Caroline Pedler Storyline: After a long day of exploring in the snow, it's time for Little Bear to go to bed. But he's not tired yet! So Mother Bear and Little Bear go on one last walk to see the other animals getting ready for bed, Will this... Continue Reading →

Love you forever

Storybook written by Robert Munsch - illustrated by Sheila McGraw   So today before school my six-year-old wanted me to read her a quick story, and this is the one she picked that she wanted me to read to her, now I'm not going to lie I've ALWAYS loved this book - and it may... Continue Reading →

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