October Children's Reading List (with giveaway!)

Disclaimer: These book titles were received for review purposes only. This blog was not monetarily compensated for this post.

Our routine is more settled around here now after the move, so I'm happy to present our latest list of favorites. At the bottom of the list, you'll find a giveaway so be sure to check it out!





I loved having the chance to introduce Mama Yoga to my kids, because I am looking for activities to keep us occupied this winter. Yoga is a great way for us to keep active, relax, and bond. Mama Yoga is geared toward kids about ages 5-9. It is available for purchase at mamayogaskids.com

In the spirit of autumn, I wanted to include a pumpkin book of course! My four kids have loved reading The Biggest Pumpkin by Sandra Horning over and over again. In this story, Gavin is determined to grow the biggest pumpkin at the state fair. This story teaches about gardening in a fun way. I can't wait to tie this story into our pumpkin patch trip this year. 




My 5 year old has been resisting bath time lately, so I thought this would be a great book for her. Time for a Bath by Phillis Gershator features Bunny, who rolls in grass, splashes in puddles, and gets dirty from eating a banana split. If Cheyenne starts having a fit when it's bath night, we pull out this book! Check out the giveaway form below on how you can win your own copy of this book.









These Poster-A-Page books have become one of our favorites. These super size posters are great for decorating a children's room or play room with their favorite characters. There are many varieties to choose from, so keep them on your gift idea list since the holiday season is coming up quickly! 







Enter to win a copy of Time for a Bath!
This giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 or older. Entries subject to verification. You can view this blog's giveaway terms and conditions here.


Comments

  1. Those all sound like great books. We have a few Halloween books, but I think it's time to get some new ones in our mix :)

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  2. What a great selection. I love the idea of introducing kids to yoga early. If I had learned early, maybe I'd be better at it now!

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  3. The Biggest Pumpkin book looks like a great seasonal read.
    Good luck to everyone who's entered the competition! xx

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  4. I entered!!!! Love these books.. Love reading fun books to my girls and these selections look like they will last forever and would be fun to read.

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  5. These all look like fun books. My kids are all big readers.

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  6. I've already begun to stock up on books for when the twins get here. These definitely look like some that are must haves!

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  7. My kids love to read. I am so thankful that I kept some of my childhood favourite books from when I was a child. My kids love to read them again and again.

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  8. These are all great books! My Daughter would love the Frozen one :)

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  9. Those poster books are very cool. Our kids would love those.

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  10. I love books and thankfully, so do my kids. We will have to check some of these out. Amber N

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  11. I remember reading Rabbit and Skunk to my kids every October when they were little... Rabbit and Skunk was their favorite fall book. I bet they would have liked these books, and especially The Biggest Pumpkin!

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  12. My daughters favorite thing in the world (well, besides ballet) is reading. Anytime she has a choice to pick out a treat she goes for a book, which I am super thrilled about. I am going to check out that yoga book! So important to keep out kids active!

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  13. I should pick up that yoga book for kiddo. She has been asking me if we can do yoga on the weekends because she knows I do it during the week.

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    1. You definitely should pick it up! My kids love it.

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  14. The first one we would read is the pumpkin book! as

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  15. These all look like great books! We love reading here so would love them all!

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  16. These are awesome selections! The sooner you can get little ones interested in reading, the better!

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  17. MAma Yoga sounds so cute. I'm actually stretching at the computer right now!

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  18. I loved buying books for my kids. To me, books are the best gifts you can give a child.

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  19. Those are some great books on the list. We just love reading here at this house too.

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  20. What some great books - I would have loved to have read some as a child I am sure :) x

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  21. Very nice book list. I'd like to get that Biggest pumpkin book for my kids too :)

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  22. These all look like great reads! Although I've never heard of Mama Yoga before, but since I practice & my kids always join in, I know they'd love it.

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  23. I absolutely love the Mama Yoga book. I didn't know they had anything out like that. I wish I had been exposed to that type of information as a child. Awesome!

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  24. These are all great books. I miss reading to my kids now that they are teenagers.

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  25. These are really cool! I entered, thanks for hosting a great giveaway.

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  26. I was just thinking last night that I need to get some Halloween themed books for my children as the holiday gets closer! These are some really cute titles!

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Farrah
Hi! I'm Farrah, a stay at home mom in Iowa.
I spend my days homeschooling five kids,
running them to extracurricular activities,
and learning how to run a large family household.
I blog about natural living and my journey with Celiac Disease.