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Virtual Book Club for Kids - Linky Coming Soon! Can You Guess Which Rosenthal Book We Chose?


We have really enjoyed being part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids and discovering and exploring so many new books and authors. This month the featured author is Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Can you guess which book of hers we picked? It is in the picture above. To help you guess, check out the previous books we selected in other months because there is a (slight) connection.

In June, we read and did activities related to 2 Mo Willems books because we could not settle on just one: The Duckling Gets a Cookie and Can I Play Too? In July, we loved making a firetruck like the one in Alphabet Rescue by Audrey Wood. (We recently made another, much bigger, fire truck from a cardboard box too! SO much fun.) In August, we pretended to be a rabbit and made a few different rabbits, including a rabbit from a rock inspired by Kevin Henkes and Little White Rabbit! And, last month, we explored lots of different recipes for Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Veggies from A-Z by Lois Ehlert sharing 30+ kid-friendly veggie recipes.

Monday, we will be revealing which Amy Krouse Rosenthal book we did. We always like to: Move, Eat, Draw and Learn with each of our book club books, so we will have at least four fun activities for you! 

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