Hi all– I’ve been tagged to post my 5 Top Children’s Books– by one of my favorite bloggers Marcia Strykowski, author, librarian and blogger who writes about books, travels, authors. Her posts are always interesting!! Thanks Marcia!!
The Rules are:
1. Thank whoever’s nominated you and and share their blog link.
2. Let us know your Top 5 Children’s books!
3. Nominate 5 people to do the same.
4. Let your nominee’s know you’ve nominated them.
I’m going with Marcia and picking 5 picture books. Even though I think I’ve mentioned these before, they are my Top 5:
Noah’s Ark by Peter Spier — The story of Noah told through finely detailed illustration. My favorite frame is Mrs. Noah weeping for joy when the dove returns with the olive twig, marking the end of the flood. A Caldecott Medal winner, just beautiful.
Brave Iene by William Steig — When Sophie’s dressmaking mother fall’s ill, Sophie sets off through stormy weather to deliver the gown to the Duchess for her ball. Charming picture of a young girl’s courage and the sweetest happy ending.
Each Peach Pear Plum by Janet & Allan Ahlberg — Through a series of “I spy” poems readers cross paths with many fairy tale characters until they all converge on a plum pie picnic! Adorable lively illustration.
Little Red Riding Hood by Trina Schart Hyman — The classic retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood story paired with the most beautiful detailed illustrations by my favorite illustrator. Caldecot Medal Honor book.
Wolf by Becky Bloom — a group of reading barnyard animals inspire a ferocious wolf to change his ways and learn to read– which is not as easy as he thought it would be! Wonderful salute to reading with the most expressive whimsical illustration.
My nominees to write their own post on favorite children’s books (if they chose to do so) are:
Antonia at http://zoale.com
Lacey at https://bigandpinkytoes.wordpress.com
Mary at https://heartandsoul974.wordpress.com
Lisa at https://booktime584.wordpress.com/
Please be sure to visit my nominator at https://marciastrykowski.com
P.S. Illlustation at the top by Francesco Ghersina