|Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr. Seuss, illus. by Dr. Seuss|
|This book *must* be read out loud with your child.
Like so many Dr. Seuss books, this one has incredible rhyme and rhythm
that is so important to children's early reading success. The words are
short and the concepts are simple. It is no wonder that this has been a
best-selling Seuss book for so many years!
|Go, Dog. Go!, by P. D. Eastman, illus. by P. D. Eastman|
|Another Beginner Books classic title, Go,
Dog. Go! mixes words, colors, and basic concepts to teach children
about reading long before they are able to read for themselves. This book
should definitely be among the books parents read to their children.
|My Little Dinosaur, by Ilse-Margret Vogel , illus. by Ilse-Margret Vogel|
|This Little Golden Book treasure was given to us by a friend.
In the story a little boy finds a dinosaur playmate to share his many adventures. This is a cute little feel-good story that many will love to share with their children. The
words do rhyme--but you have to look for it.
|The Monkey's Whiskers, by Anne Rockwell, illus. by Anne Rockwell|
|In this retelling of a Brazilian folk tale, a monkey
goes to a barber for a shave and is surprised to find that, after the shave, his
whiskers are gone! Angry at the barber for stealing his whiskers, the monkey demands
that the barber give him his razor until he gives him back his whiskers. How will
the barber get his razor back? Read it and see!
|Christina Katerina & the Box, by Patricia Lee Gauch, illus. by Doris Burn|
|Christina Katerina and her friend Fats Watson have wonderful
adventures in a big, old refrigerator box in Christina's front yard. This is
a good book for children with active imaginations who know how to play with a
big, old box.