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What The Klassen’s Read – For Preschoolers

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I’m excited to introduce this weekly series that I will be running for the month of September that I’ve dubbed What the Klassen’s Read. Raeca and I are always frequenting the library – I think we average about 3 visits a week and of course we never leave empty handed.

Today’s list includes a few of Raeca’s recent favorites (that I can also handle reading) and coming up in the month I’ll be sharing some of our favorite audio books and some of my favorite fiction and non-fiction I’ve been enjoying.

The Watcher by Jeanette Winter
The Dot by Mac Barnett
Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
Me . . . Jane by Patrick McDonnell

This week I’m also starting to get out children’s books on specific countries to read with Raeca. We are currently learning about Canada and next week South Africa!

Do you have any books for kids that you would recommend?

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  1. What a great idea! I think I might do a little something like this to document our library finds and link back to you if that’s ok! I love it! (Also, picking up The Watcher next time we’re at the library).

  2. I love children’s books-good quality ones are as much fun for me as for my kids. One library story time was all about “dot” books, and each one was so creative. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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