Little Blue Truck Leads the Way. For awhile, it seemed like all we read from the library were transportation books. We were slowly covering the library's entire collection of anything featuring a car, boat, plane, or train! (You can see all of our previous reviews of books about transportation here). But the Bibliophile's interests broadened (or, in a sense, narrowed; whenever he searches for car books now, he wants Disney Cars), so it has been awhile since we have brought home a pile of good transportation books. This one was an unexpected discovery while browsing the shelves during our last visit. Little Blue Truck visits the big city, and is surprised by the amount of discord and general mayhem he finds. Soon circumstances allow him to "lead the way," and he brings order to a grateful city. The Bibliophile loved reading it for a few days (until he suddenly declared that it was time for it to go back to the library). His favorite part is when Little Blue Truck is referred to as "little beeper," which he thinks is quite amusing. We will definitely be hunting down the original Little Blue Truck on our next library visit.
And here are a couple of board book titles that the Bibliophile has been happily testing out for the new baby --
Baby Baby Baby! by Marilyn Janovitz
This board book is so much fun to read aloud. The rhythm reminds me a little bit of Baby Danced the Polka, but without the hokey sayings. The illustrations are simple and playful; they star the baby pictured on the cover, doing all sorts of baby things, like crawling, splashing, giggling, and hugging. The Bibliophile (nearly 3) laughs often as he reads it. I think it is one he'll enjoy reading to his little sister.
Bitsy bouncy baby
On a bumpity lap
Mommy's little baby likes to
That's Not My Dolly by Fiona Watt.
I haven't read the other board books in this series, but I can see that they would all be a hit with infant bibliophiles. Usborne "touchy feely" books always are! I expect we might wear this one out in a few months.
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Comment! What have you been reading this week?
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