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book club . ten

27 Sep

it’s a little book by lane smith
sparky by jenny offill
i like you by sandol stoddard warburg
miss lina’s ballerinas by grace maccarone
the miraculous journey of edward tulane by kate dicamillo
touch & feel farm by dwell studio

a few things of note about this weeks’ selections:

i had forgotten about i like you until i heard it read as part of a wedding ceremony i photographed earlier this month. we pulled it out again this week :)

i cried multiple times while reading edward tulane with lila. it is far and above my favourite novel we’ve read together. i can’t recommend it enough.

and oscar cannot get enough of grabbing at the touch & feel series right now.

have a great weekend :)

book club . nine

19 Sep

stuck by oliver jeffers
a little bit of oomph by barney saltzberg
little bird by germano zullo
how the dinosaur got to the museum by jessie hartland
on the day you were born by debra frasier

book club . eight

8 Sep

this one is coming a few days late thanks to our weekend in the mountains, but better late than never :)

what the ladybird heard by julia donaldson
matilda by roald dahl
lmno peas by keith baker
what was i scared of? by dr. seuss
the day the crayons quit by drew daywalt
polar bear, polar bear, what do you hear by eric carle

book club . seven

29 Aug

apple orange pear bear by emily gravett
rosie revere, engineer by andrea beaty
not a box by antionette portis
cats’ night out by caroline stutson
the true story of the three little pigsby jon scieszka

book club . six

22 Aug

crazy to believe it’s already been six weeks since we started!

the incredible book eating boy by oliver jeffers
the three little aliens and the big bad robot by margaret mcnamara
i want my hat back by jon klassen
zero by kathryn otoshi
little you by richard van camp

book club . five [for little campers]

15 Aug

s is for s’mores by helen foster james
camp out! the ultimate kids’ guide by lynn brunelle
camping doodles by anita wood
adventures of huckleberry finn by jennifer adams
the down and dirty guide to camping with kids by helen olsson
the kids’ campfire book by ann love & jane drake

book club . four [toddler boys]

8 Aug

sharing a few of the books that cole chose to bring on our summer holiday today. these five seem to make it into the rotation every single week so i think it’s safe to say they are solid picks for the two and a half year old set :)

beautiful oops by barney saltzberg
goodnight goodnight construction site by sherry duskey rinker
trucks go by steve light
hello dinosaur by dwell studio
the gruffalo by julia donaldson

book club . three [pop up]

1 Aug

a few of our favourite pop up books!

abc3d by marion bataille
charlie and the chocolate factory by roald dahl
wake up, sloth by anouk boisrobert
the lorax by dr. suess
popville by anouk boisrobert

ps. you can also check out my friend amber’s picks here!

book club . two

25 Jul

so happy that a bunch of you seem to be just as excited as i am about this feature!! keep the suggestions for books for us to read, and themes for me to share with you, coming!

here are a few picks from this week :)

extra yarn by mac barnett
hippopposites by janik coat
my many coloured days by dr. suess
the dot by peter h reynolds
fortunately, the milk by neil gaiman

book club . one [finally]

18 Jul

for as long as i’ve been blogging, i’ve been getting requests to share some of the books on our shelves here in pinksugarland. i’ve always held back because the thought of reviewing a bunch of books is super daunting, and at the rate at which i write things (yes, there’s good reason that i typically only post photos), i would maybe get two posts done a year ;) so, i’ve decided i’ll just keep it simple and post a photo of five or so of the books that we are reading each week, and leave it at that! if any look interesting, you can click on the link and see if they are stories you might want to pick up or grab from your local library.

no rules — there may be picture books or chapter books or pop-up books (or all or none of the above), some weeks they might follow a theme, there may be an adult read tossed in once a while — other than i’ll attempt to share a handful every friday-ish. if you have requests for specific posts (books for toddler boys, funny books, non-fiction, etc), please let me know and i’ll try my best to make that happen; and even better, if you have recommendations for us, share those too!!

i’m so excited about this (and i hope you are too!). here we go :)

francis the little fox by veronique boisjoly
the tale of desperaux by kate dicamillo
alphablock by christopher franceschelli
you’re all my favorites by sam mcbratney
mo’s mustache by ben clanton

happy reading!