Children's books

Guess how much I love you – what we’re reading

February 11, 2014

IMG_8144This week I’m going to share with you a children’s book that at the moment I love reading more than my baby likes listening to it. I’m sure though as she gets bigger she will love it too. It’s a book that as a mother really pulls at my heart strings. I picked this book up at the library last week and I know that I will have to add it to my daughters collection soon.

Guess how much I love you is a simple story about little and big nutbrown hare describing how much they love each other. Each time little nutbrown hare thinks he has shown that he loves big nutbrown hare the most, big nutbrown hare finds a way to describe how much he loves little nutbrown hare even more.IMG_8129The book is beautifully illustrated too. A perfect bed time read.

IMG_8141I’m linking up again this week with Carie at Space for the butterflies. If you’ve been reading head over there and link up or look for more inspiration.

Space for the Butterflies: What We're Reading
300 picture book challenge
This week we have mainly been reading our board books, as Poppet is very keen on helping to turn the pages. We read a few in the library after rhyme time yesterday as well as reading our own board books a lot. We also received 3 new books this week. Back in January a won a competition on another blog and the prize was a book buggy box. If you are not familiar with book buggy, they are a children’s book club where they send a selection of books each month appropriate to your childs interests and age. I was very pleased with the 3 lovely book we received and we have read them a lot this week.
IMG_8057 IMG_8066These are the new books we have read this week. You can find the full list of what we have read so far (and a brief review of each) on my pinterest board.
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Number of picture books read this week – 11
Total number of picture books read in 2014 – 73/300

Number of trips to the library this week – 2

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  1. I’m afraid to say this is one of those classics that’s missing from both my girls’ bookshelves – it does look gorgeous so I’ll have to rectify that sad lapse in parenting standards very soon!

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