|The Best Mistake Ever, by Richard Scarry, illus. by Richard Scarry
|This book follows Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm through three
adventures including the best mistake ever. The stories are illustrated in Richard
Scarry's unique style using color and detail to interest children of all ages.
|The New Baby, by Mercer Mayer, illus. by Mercer Mayer
|One of Mercer Mayer's Little Critter books, this one
follows the small critter dealing with the intrusion of a baby sister into
his little world. I enjoy Mercer Mayer's illustrating style, and the art in this
little critter series is well-done.
|Roger's Upside-Down Day, by Betty Renwright, illus. by Jared D. Lee
|Roger Poger has a funny feeling and before he knows it he's
walking on the ceiling! This is a cute, short little book with easy words and an
interesting story. It has a nice bouncy feel to the rhythm and rhyme that helps
keep the child's attention (in addition to the idea of walking on the ceiling!)
|Curious George Gets a Medal, by H. A. Rey, illus. by H. A. Rey
|H. A. Rey's Curious George gets himself into trouble time
and again. This time he has an opportunity to ride in a rocket ship and earn a
medal! H. A. Rey writes delightful stories to which small, curious children can
relate. This is a fun story to read with your children.
|Curious George Flies a Kite, by Margret Rey, illus. by H. A. Rey
|H. A. Rey's Curious George meets a bunny, goes fishing,
and flies a kite. His curiosity is always getting him into trouble. It's a good
thing that his friend, the man in the yellow hat, is always there to rescue him!