Friday, November 16, 2007

Books: Song-filled Books

Here's a "brain-wave" I had the other day for my reluctant readers: silly song books.

Here are few we have been using over the past few days:
From Sandra Boynton --
From Christopher Canyon (who adapts and illustrates John Denver's songs) --

All these books are great because the songs are fun, the illustrations silly and the words easy to read and sing with the included CD's. A great way for my String Bean to practice her reading!

3 comments:

max said...

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Now, from an author who hated to read...comes books kids hate to put down.

Carmen L. said...

We love Rhinoceros Tap and Dog Train. In fact, we listened to them today during lunch. We love the Penquin song and that broccoli song!-Carmen

Leonie said...

Looks like fun!