- Hunchback of Notre Dame (Little Golden Book) - I picked this up for 50 cents at Half-Price Books. It tells the story of the Disney movie (which I inexplicably love). I feel like the movie is pretty advanced for a 4 year old, but the book left out the questionable bits. I was glad to find a simple version of the original movie story. (I know it completely changes the original novel but for some reason that doesn't bother me as much as Pocahontas which I absolutely refuse to watch.)
- The Amazing Spiderman - One of the free comic books that Monkey Georgia got on Free Comic Book Day.
- I Can Do It Myself by Diane Adams - I hear this way too often at my house! At least at the end of the book, the girl acknowledges that sometimes it IS nice for Mama to do things too.
- Jam & Honey by Melita Morales - A girl and a bee are both visiting a berry patch and are apprehensive about facing one another. They both receive a lesson in space sharing.
- Timothy and the Strong Pajamas by Viviane Schwarz - This is SO cute! Much more appropriate than even many of the kid-friendly comics (since they are even too old for preschoolers), and it's told in comic book style.
Our library books this week:
- SHOUT! Shout it Out! by Denise Fleming
- Farmer Ham by Alec Silifant
- Louise, The Adventures of a Chicken by Kate DiCamillo & Harry Bliss
Books we purchased this week:
- Hunchback of Notre Dame (Little Golden Book)
- My Backyard History Book by Brown Paper School written by Linda Allison