Tuesday, August 12, 2014

August Children's Reading List (with a giveaway!!)

Disclaimer: I received these books for free for review purposes only.



Our family has had the chance to read a lot of great books this last month. Here are the titles that made the top of our list.


The Pout-Pout Fish Goes to School



The Pout-Pout Fish is a cute little character who helps children ease into going back to school. Written by Deborah Diesen, children can follow Mr. Fish through anxieties most children face when starting school. Writing their name, learning their shapes, and learning how to count...however will they learn it all?! 

At the bottom of this post, you'll find a Giveaway Tools form for a chance to win a copy of The Pout-Pout Fish Goes to School


Sunne's Gift


Sunne's Gift follows a young girl who becomes a victim of bullying because of her difference in appearance. Although this book features an ethnic theme, children from all walks of life can relate to this book as bullying is unfortunately so common these days. Children can learn about loving themselves in this wonderful story. Learn more about Sunne's Gift.


Baby's First Block Books


If you have an infant, these books are really cool! These books are shaped like blocks and feature contrasting colors that are great for an baby's developing eyesight. It also helps them learn to focus. I wish I would've had these when all of my kids were super tiny! I think Baby's First Blocks would make a great shower gift.


Enter to win a copy of The Pout-Pout Fish Goes to School!


19 comments:

  1. My daughters and I are very passionate about anti-bullying. We really want to put an end to it. At 9 and 10, they wrote a book about how kids can be bully-proof and I'm so proud of them. I like the book you shared and will be adding to our library.

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  2. The Pout-Pout Fish Goes to School looks like such a cute book! Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  3. Those look like three good books or August to read. We have a whole library of books that we choose from, part of the perks of being a homeschooler. Thanks for sharing, great giveaway!

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  4. These look super cute. My daughter will be learning to read soon and I can't wait.

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  5. We need the Pout Pout Fish Goes to School! My daughter is starting school next week. We've been reading books to help her understand what is going to go on! I think this one would help too!

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  6. Those block books look like a really fun way to inspire a love of reading in young kids!

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  7. It's always important to get your kids into reading, to teach them to appreciate it at a young age.

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  8. I really like those baby blocks! Such a neat idea. I'd love to get a set for my youngest and a friend of mine who's due in October. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. These books look so cute love the title about the pot pout fish.

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  10. the pout fish looks so cute!
    I am sure my kids will enjoy everything on your selection list

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  11. I love books that focus on back to school and use cute little animals that get and keep kid's interests. Def entered!

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  12. This list is so important for keeping kids reading during the Summer. It will help them get back into the swing of things in September.

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  13. The fish book looks adorable! I bet my daughter would love it.

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  14. I love how the books look. The blocks definitely have a cool design for each!

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  15. My son is obsessed with fish right now. He would love that pout book!

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  16. Those block books are really cool. I would love to give it as gifts.

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  17. I entered the giveaway. Thank you for hosting.

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  18. Great giveaway! We are always looking to add new books to our growing collection.

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  19. I actually have 2 of those books and will be doing a review soon of Sunne's gift. Loved it! Great giveaway too.

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