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Guest Post // Rebekah. Favorite Children's Books

Friday, August 15, 2014

Why hello readers of That Southern Mama! Ashley has told me that you are all the most fabulous people in blogland. My name is Rebekah, and I blog over at Blue Giraffes and Concrete Jungles. It's a lifestyle blog, filled mostly with fun stories, adventures I've been on, and good mix of recipes and reviews.
For my day job I am a house manager for a family- this means I take care of their two children, do all the errands, cooking, scheduling and just about anything else they can think of.

Thankfully both children adore reading just as much as I do- here are some of my favorite to read with them (for now, at least!)

All the World by Liz Garton Scanlon and Marla Frazee: This is such a sweet book with beautiful illustrations- almost like a day in the life of a family vacation or weekend, it describes the wonderful world we live in and how at the end of the day it's about you and your family.

Birdy's Smile Book by Laurie Keller: I'm not sure exactly when I discover this book but it is adorable as books get. Birdy loves her smile- and wants you to love yours too! Written as if a 4-year old is truly talking to you, full of fun tidbits and a happy message. Smile more!

The Snail and The Whale by Julia Donaldson: A little snail wants to go on an adventure! After being picked up by a whale and sailed around the world- the whale becomes beached! Although tiny, the snail uses his might and mind to help bring the whale back to safety. A great message for all ages and a fun ride around the world!

Everywhere Babies by Susan Meyers: This book is great for infants and toddlers- a fun board book about babies, what they eat, play, how they learn to move. The youngest I look after started talking about animals from this book. Same illustrator as All the World- beautiful pictures.

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown: An absolute classic and should be in every home! Goodnight Moon is the ultimate bedtime story. The pictures, words, and colors urge you to speak slowly, softly and tuck your little one in, in the most comfortable way. And as a perk the author is an alumnae of the same university I attended, Hollins University in Virgina!

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5 comments:

  1. we also read Goodnight Moon in our house. another favorite with my oldest is Brown Bear, Brown Bear.

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  2. Good night moon is one of my faves.

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  3. I have seen it in the store but never read it to Kenzie. I need to!

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  4. I need to get a few of these for Kenzie!

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  5. Yes you do. It's excellent. That and "I'll love you forever" are my faves.

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