WH Bookdrive Featured Book of the Day: The Everything in the Whole Wide World Museum: With Lovable, Furry Old Grover by Norman Stiles
This is a personal favorite of mine! When I was 4 or 5 my mom and I read and re-read this book hundred’s of times! I recently bought a used copy and am reading (and re-reading) with my son! It’s a great example of how books can not only entertain and educate, but also a great opportunity to bond and create memories with your children!
Book drive ends this Monday October 13. Please take the weekend to see if you have any books to donate!
WH Bookdrive Featured Book of the Day: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
What little kid hasn’t imagine being swept away into an imaginary world where all his problem disappear? This classic book may have been written in1963, but it’s theme is still relatable to today’s young readers. Let your kiddo’s imagination soar as she follows the adventures of Max as his bedroom turns into a jungle full of wild things. Age http://ow.ly/i/75FPE
WH Bookdrive Featured Book of the Day: Corduroy by Don Freeman
Who can resist this sweet brown bear whose only desire is to be taken home by a friend? Locked in a department store overnight, this fun book follows the adventures of a teddy bear named Corduroy. Your kids will love this endearing story and like many of our fellow childhood peers, might even name their own teddy bear after Dan Freeman’s protagonist. http://ow.ly/i/75FEO
WH Bookdrive Featured Book of the Day: James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl
Roald Dahl’s imagination and creativity will impress everyone from the youngest tots to the oldest grandparents. Find out what happens with James and his giant peach take a magical journey across the ocean. While this book is definitely not grounded in reality (giant peaches and parents being eaten by a rhinoceros), kids of all ages can relate to James’ feelings of wanting to be loved and longing for an escape. http://ow.ly/i/75FAX
WH Bookdrive Featured Book of the Day: Babar the Elephant by Jean de Brunhoff
Originally published in a French children’s book, Babar first made an English-language appearance in the early 1930s and has since become a memorable read for so many people. The stories follow the beloved pachyderm as he befriends a kind Old Lady; goes on a hot air balloon ride with his friend, Celeste; and engages his fellow elephants to build a magnificent city. http://ow.ly/i/75Fx8
WH Bookdrive Featured Book of the Day: Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White
This classic story of Wilbur the pig, Charlotte the spider, Fern, and all their beloved barnyard friends. This story is, at it’s heart, about the power of friendship and words, and how those things can truly change someone’s life for the better. http://ow.ly/i/75Fua