Tigerlilly Quinn: We like to read

Monday, 13 January 2014

We like to read


Good Night Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

My lovely blogging friend Polly sent Wilf this book for his birthday. I'd heard of it lots but never actually read it before then. It's lovely!

What books are you reading?

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36 comments:

pinkoddy said...

What is the story behind it? We are reading the Usborne books at the moment where you find the duck on each page.

Anna said...

I've heard of it but not read it too! I will link up soon with some more book posts :D

Eileen Teo said...

not seen them before!

Suzanne Whitton said...

My son has just started the Harry Potter adventure! I love seeing kids read, so important to start them young :)

Keri-Anne said...

That is so lovely of Polly. She is wonderful :) We are reading space books right now x

Orli, Just Breathe said...

Reading is so important and fun. I love reading with my kids :) My eldest is on the second book of The Lord of the Rings, and youngest is really enjoying the books he get at school at the moment :)

Life With The Crew said...

We received Goodnight Moon as a gift, and I know that it is a classic, but I am not a big fan. The old woman, who is actually a rabbit, kind of freaks me out. I like books with a little more substance.

Vaidehi C said...

We Love to read. Can't seem to get enough of it!

Cass@TheDiaryofaFrugalFamily said...

I'm trying to encourage mine to love reading so I'm letting them read anything they feel like reading at the minute - one is reading the Guiness Book of records and the other is reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid x x

Gretta Schifano said...

We're bookworms in our house. I'm enjoying reading the Percy Jackson books with my youngest at the moment.

Aisha Isabel Ashraf said...

My eldest is seriously into Diary Of A Wimpy Kid - went ape when we recorded the movie for her!

jbmumofone said...

We are working our way through the Mr Men books at the moment. I had forgotten how hilarious some of them are.

Kate Williams said...

Ooh, that looks nice! We're reading Pirate Pete's Potty, wish me luck, eh?!

Wild & Grizzly said...

I love this book, I read it soo many times to F when he was small to get him to sleep. In fact I think I know it off by heart x

Charly Dove said...

That looks lovely, not heard of it before. We read oodles of books in our house - 3 year old loves them! Good to know about your Linky, is it the same time every month?

Mellissa Williams said...

Never seen this book before, my son used to love books now all he does is play Xbox, thats teenagers for you

Aly said...

My 11 year old is Reading Junk by Melvin Burgess.My 8 year old is reading one the diary of a wimpy kid books.My 5 year old is reading through the the songbird phonics books by Julia Donaldson.I'm just about to start reading The Game of Throne series.

Vicky Wombwell said...

I adore Goodnight Moon - it's a real classic for me. I miss reading to my kids - they grow up so fast x

bloggingastrid said...

I love this linky. I don't read much, but really I should. I have a few unread ebooks on y computer htat have been laying there for months if not years.

Michelle Ashmore said...

I've heard of this book but I'm not sure we've ever read it.

Polly Davies said...

I've read it every night for ten years. ...I can recite it off by heart ;-)

Claire Toplis said...

Oooh I bet my reception class would like this

Mummy Glitzer said...

Never heard of this book! I think I shall have to hunt it out.

fritha strickland said...

she is so lovely isn't she! x

fritha strickland said...

Junk is a great book! It's based loosely around real people too, my parents were 'friends' with the character that Richard is based on when they lived in Bristol in their youth (although my dad didn't like him very much) xx

fritha strickland said...

haha yes I bet! x

fritha strickland said...

it's every fortnight so the next one would be the 27th and you are welcome to link up new or old posts! :) xx

fritha strickland said...

oh gosh good luck, we really need to start thinking about this too.. x

fritha strickland said...

haha yes some of them are quite surreal! x

fritha strickland said...

haha this comment made me laugh! I know where you are coming from! I like the simple-ness to it and the fact that it is actually quite weird! x

fritha strickland said...

oh wow that's brilliant, I read the Hobbit as a teen but just could not get into The Lord of the Rings! x

fritha strickland said...

oh wow he is in for such a treat, I'm quite jealous! x

fritha strickland said...

love a good Usborne book, we love the find the duck ones too. It's actually quite a weird one to explain, mostly pictures with a simple sentence x

fritha strickland said...

yay! x

Emily said...

It is lovely, I agree. JD likes, 'Do You Speak English, Moon?" too - I'll link it up x

hchclem said...

We love reading in our house. I found a brilliant find in Ky's school jumble sale. It's a 365 book. Each page is dated and it's a story a day. They love it x

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