Here are a few of the new (to us) books we've read this week --
Black? White! Day? Night! A Book of Opposites
This is written by the author of Lemons Are Not Red, so I knew it would be great. I love the variety of vocabulary - readers are given a word, and when they lift the flap, they see the opposite. It is a fairly thick book, and while the Bibliophile understands the idea of opposites, there are some more challenging ones (lead/follow, mountain/valley, etc.). Definitely recommended.
Nana brought this one, and all I can say about it is that there was much laughter and goofiness as it was read by them together. I haven't read it myself yet.
Happy Birthday, Biscuit
The Bibliophile loved this one.
I Love You, Stinkyface
I had read about this one often, and was excited to finally read it. The Bibliophile's reaction was mixed. He laughed at where you'd expect, and we made it through the whole thing. But he did say partway through that he didn't like how the boy kept changing into different animals, and then suggested we donate it to the library. I'm going to squirrel it away, though; I like it enough to keep it.
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Comment! Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them?
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