Kid’s View: What is your favorite book? Why?

Brynlee, age 5 “Love you for Always, because the baby makes lots of messes and the pictures are funny. I also like that the mom sings and holds her baby all those times, even though he is bigger and bigger. I love that he loves his mom at the end. And I love it because mommy reads it to me.”

Brynlee, age 5 “Love you for Always, because the baby makes lots of messes and the pictures are funny. I also like that the mom sings and holds her baby all those times, even though he is bigger and bigger. I love that he loves his mom at the end. And I love it because mommy reads it to me.”

 

Cameron, age 9 “BFG [Big Friendly Giant].  I like that it is funny and that the giant is nice and a good friend. I like how he stands up for his friend...even though he is smaller than the other giants.”

Cameron, age 9 “BFG [Big Friendly Giant]. I like that it is funny and that the giant is nice and a good friend. I like how he stands up for his friend…even though he is smaller than the other giants.”

Jackson, age 12 “Hatchet. I like this book because it’s about starting from scratch, enduring trials and challenges and survival. Doing something hard and overcoming obstacles.”

Jackson, age 12 “Hatchet. I like this book because it’s about starting from scratch, enduring trials and challenges and survival. Doing something hard and overcoming obstacles.”

 

Kelin, age 9 “Magic Tree House #21, by Mary Pope Osborne, because it’s about the Civil War, and the characters go back in time.  But I love reading all the Magic Tree House books!”

Kelin, age 9 “Magic Tree House #21, by Mary Pope Osborne, because it’s about the Civil War, and the characters go back in time. But I love reading all the Magic Tree House books!”

 

Marcus, age 5 “Elephant & Piggie: We Are in a Book! by Mo Willems, because it’s funny.”

Marcus, age 5 “Elephant & Piggie: We Are in a Book! by Mo Willems, because it’s funny.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*