Children's Book Week on May, 2018: Children's book suggestions?

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Children’s book suggestions?

Having been a children's bookseller for more than four years, here are my favorite recommendations for that age:

Picture Books

Each Peach Pear Plum, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs, A Bargain for Frances, Richard Scarry's Best Storybook Ever, Wacky Wednesday, Fancy Nancy series, A Bad Case of the Stripes, Alice the Fairy, Too Many Toys, Cookies:Bite Sized Life Lessons, Skippyjon Jones, I Spy Fantasy, Llama Llama Red Pajama, Don't Let Pigeon Stay Up Late, Knuffle Bunny, The Napping House, Olivia series, Lilly's Plastic Purse, books by Doreen Cronin, 10 Little Rubber Ducks, Animalia, Tea for Ruby, The Secret Birthday Message, I Love You All Day Long, Russell the Sheep, The Monster At the End of This Book, the Eloise books, Darkness Slipped In, any books by Steven Kellogg especially the Tall Tales series

Read To Me Spinner books

Little Critter series, Berenstain Bears series, Disney Fairies, Disney Princesses, Little Miss series, Strawberry Shortcake books

Early Readers

Biscuit books, Henry and Mudge series, Dogerella, Sleepy Dog, Little Bear series, Mouse Soup, Mouse Tales, Frog and Toad series, Amelia Bedelia series, Mittens, Owl at Home, Arthur books by Marc Brown, Peanut, Stuart Little, Serendipity book series, Morris the Moose, Mercy Watson books, Zelda and Ivy books

I hope this list gives you lots of great ideas. How lucky you are to give her the gift of reading. Most of these books are quite popular and should be stocked at major bookstores.

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children’s book kids named after the 7 days of the week?

children's book kids named after the 7 days of the week?

Heckedy Peg by Audrey Wood

The poor mother of seven children, each named for a day of the week, goes off to market promising to return with individual gifts that each child has requested and admonishing them to lock the door to strangers and not to touch the fire. The gullible children are tricked into disobeying their mother by the witch, Heckedy Peg, who turns them all into various kinds of food. The mother can rescue her children only by guessing which child is the fish, the roast rib, the bread, etc., a trick she neatly performs by matching each kind of food with the gift that each child had requested (Monday asked for butter, so Monday is the bread, etc.).

Children’s Story Book?

Children's Story Book?

i don't know the book but I tracked down a book my grandmother had as a child by checking eBay every few weeks and putting in details like you have and, after 4 months, found out what the book was and where to get a copy... good luck!

Agoda
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