We love to recieve books in this house and once again, we have recieved some from Harper Collins. They are always up to date on the newest ones for that month. As Febuary is the pitchure perfect month, for reading here are a few that we love.
Join two rockin’ punk skunks in a fun story about friendship.
Kit and Buzz are BSFs—Best Skunks Forever. Every day they rock out together. But when Kit wants to sing a song about skating and Buzz wants to sing a song about painting, the BSFs get into a HUGE fight!
They try to hum, drum, and strum on their own, but it’s all wrong. Will Kit and Buzz find a way to make up?
Mylisa Larsen’s tongue-in-cheek bedtime story about a role reversal between parents and a child pairs perfectly with Babette Cole’s hilarious and bright watercolor illustrations.
No one likes going to bed. And you’re not even tired. You want to stay up and have all sorts of fun adventures! But take a look at your parents. They’re really tired. They’re exhausted. But they just won’t go to bed! Help them put down the cell phones, turn off the TV, stop cleaning the dishes, and go to bed! You might be small, but you can handle this task. Follow the instructions in this book and you’ll have them snoring in no time.
Debut author Mylisa Larsen teams up with Babette Cole, author-illustrator of Princess Smartypantsand Dr. Dog, to present a bedtime story like you’ve never seen before!
What if you found a giraffe in your soup, an alligator in your entreé, an elephant on the table, or even an ostrich in your dish?
In this debut picture book from author-illustrator Ross Burach, an assortment of hairy, scary animals pop out from under the lid at a restaurant!
Jam-packed with adorable illustrations and an assortment of animal puns, this kid-friendly story is sure to delight fans of books by Jon Klassen and Oliver Jeffers!
Paddington at the Circus
Find out what happens when the classic bear from Darkest Peru visits a circus and accidentally finds himself part of the act!
The circus has come to town, and Paddington and the Browns have front row seats! But Paddington becomes anxious when he looks up and sees a man dangling from a rope by his ankles. Always ready to lend a paw, he rushes off to save the trapeze artist and as a result the circus is turned upside down! Paddington, however, comes out on top as the star of the show.
For more than five decades, stories of Paddington Bear have delighted children all over the world.
Any or all of these awesome books will make a great selection for a Easter basket. My son and our little nephew love reading. And these books are just right for them.
What is your favorite book?