10 Best Children’s Books (age 2-8)
My top ten favorite books
Green Eggs and Ham $20
London says: "I really like this book by Dr. Seuss, especially the pictures! Sam I Am makes me giggle."
London says: "I really like the part where Ferdinand sits under the cork tree. Ferdinand doesn't fight like the other bulls and is friendly. I like to smell flowers him too."
Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel $32
London says: "It's so exciting when they eat spicy tacos and fire comes out of their mouths!"
If You Give a Moose a Muffin $31
London says: "I like jam on my muffins too. I read this to before bedtime every night."
Five Chinese Brothers $41
London says: "It's really funny because they keep making the emperor mad and they can't win."
Giraffes Can't Dance
London says: "This was one of the very first books my parents read to me. At the end the giraffe dances just like me. I love this book!"
Guess How Much I Love You
London says: "I got this book as an Easter gift. I love my mommy."
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
London says: "It's so fun to read this my older brother."
The Napping House
London says: "I love looking at the pictures in this book. All those animals falling asleep on the old lady is so funny!"
Disney It's A Small World Hello, World!
London says: "I love learning new languages.I started reading this at 3 years old."
Mom says: “This book is fun to read to my little girl. The rhymes are fun and whimsical! I think it actually got her to eat her vegetables.”
Dad says: “This is a book I read as a kid and even though a lot of people throughout history have tried to make it about politics, it’s just about a good book about a bull who likes to sit under a tree and I can get behind that.”
Mom says: “This book rocks! Who doesn’t love tacos? Kids can easily associate with cute fire breathing dragons and tasty tacos. Add a time machine and you and your little one are in for a fun ride.” (Her grumpy face doesn’t denote how much she likes this book, she was in a serious mood when opening her birthday gifts, haha)
Mom says: “It’s just too cute. I didnt even know my daughter had seen the cartoon until my daughter started telling me while we were reading, all the cool adventures Moose and friends were having. The book is a little educational even teaching kids how to understand the order of things from front to back.”