Posts Tagged ‘Kids’ Picks’


Here’s a book I checked out from the library last week that has been fun to read to Joey: A House Is a House for Me. It’s a nice little rhyming book. It’s all about the different types of houses animals, people, and things live in.

Here’s a little tidbit:

A hill is a house for an ant, an ant

A hive is a house for a bee.

A hole is a house for a mole or a mouse

And a house is a house for me!

I enjoy reading it and Joey seems to enjoy hearing it, although he does seem much more interested in trying to catch the pages.


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kidspicks My son is not yet able to pick his own books out, at the ripe age of 4 months, but my husband and I read to him daily and, for the most part, he stays interested. The two “favorites” right now are I Love You This Much and Curious George Goes Fishing, both board books.

I have I Love You This Much nearly memorized at this point. We read it about once a day. It came with a cd with a song that sings the words. It’s a little annoying and super catchy, which means when I read the book now it’s more like singing than reading. The funny thing is that the song calms my son down!


Curious George is always fun. The first time I read Curious George Goes Fishing to Joey he burst out laughing at the pages where you can see the fish and George falls in the water! We haven’t had the same reaction since, but he still smiles at the pages.


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