Kids’ Picks, May 8

by Nancy


The school year is winding down here, but we’re also at the end of soccer season, which overlaps with the beginning of baseball season. 2 kids + 2 concurrent sports = exhausted kids, but we still manage to get in some reading time before bed. My 8 year old still has to log 100 minutes a week, and the 5 year old dissolves into tears if he doesn’t get at least one book at bedtime.

I love sharing what my kids have been reading over at my own blog, but more than that I’m always looking for new things for them, especially the third grader. In fact I look forward to Kids’ Picks so much that Jennifer asked me to take over getting the post up. So please join us and share what your kids have been devouring, either with their own eyes or through their ears as they listen to their favorite read-alouds.

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Nancy enjoys reading, cross stitch and carting her kids to sports practices and games. She chronicles life with her boys and books at Life With My Boys and Book

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1 Jessica May 8, 2012 at 10:22 am

I wrote this post a couple of weeks ago – but they’re such cute board books that I had to link up! My favorites are Pride & Prejudice and Romeo & Juliet.
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2 Maria May 9, 2012 at 12:57 pm

So funny, Jessica, because I included those in my list the other day about board books. I think the concept is really cute :)
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