What we read, January 25th

We read Caillou Sounds by Frances Morgan and Jemima Puddleduck by Beatrix Potter in the tub this morning. I wonder how long Reid will enjoy bath tub books. These two are so simple that there is much to talk about and they’re never the same twice.

The latest Scholastic Book order at daycare came in. We managed to limit ourselves to only eight but three were packaged as a set. There’s no question where our money goes.

We read:

  • D is for Dragon Dance by Ying Chang Compestine, an alphabet book that introduces concepts and artifacts relating to the Chinese New Year. There is also a recipe for “New Year’s Dumpling Delight” that I think that we will try;
  • Skidamarink: The “I love you” song illustrated by Jacqueline East┬áthat features winter images of bears being loving, from a mother taking a child’s temperature and a father singing and playing the piano with a child;
  • World’s Greatest Mom (no author), from our collection; and
  • The Cow who Clucked by Denise Fleming, a library book that must soon go back but will be visiting our house again soon.

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