Board Book Bonanza

Around this time, my family made the big move from Wisconsin to Indiana, where I immediately scoped out the area libraries.  The one in downtown Fort Wayne is incredible!  Check out their children’s section…

ReadingTower3Sigh.  If only I was still 7 – 12 years old.

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And so, I continued my journey through the world of board books and Easy Readers, making such discoveries as Allan and Jessica Ahlberg’s Goldilocks Variations

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Goldilocks1It’s literary inception!

…and Hervé Tullet’s meta-tastic Help! We Need a Title!

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Tullet is the author of the Let’s Play Games books, which encourage children to join in the storytelling — using their hands to make finger worms or to follow a winding, looping line (with eyes closed) — and even imagine their own stories.

You know what’s also fun?  Mix ‘n matching all the crazy hairstyles in Split Ends, by Nick Sharratt.

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SplitEnds1  SplitEnds5SplitEnds7Classic Bowie, amirite?

That’s all for now, but I definitely plan to review more board books & ERs in the future.  Any new ones you’d recommend, or favorite older titles?

1/100th of an Altairian dollar for your thoughts?

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