305 Great Books We’ve Read (in progress)

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(we expect to read more than this during the year, but we’re leaving the crappy ones off this list)
With a special nod to Kaya Thomas and the We Read Too app.

    1. Ada Twist, Scientist, by Andrea Beaty, ill. by David Roberts

 

    1. Bald Eagles, by Grace Hansen

 

    1. Birds, by Julie Murray

 

    1. Cats, by Julie Murray

 

    1. Coming On Home Soon, by Jacqueline Woodson, ill. by E. B. Lewis

 

    1. Coyotes, by Grace Hansen

 

    1. A Crow of His Own, by Megan Dowd Lambert, ill. by David Hyde Costello

 

    1. Discover Series: Birthday

 

    1. Discover Series: Cats

 

    1. Eight Animals on the Town, by Susan Middleton Elya, ill. by Lee Chapman

 

    1. The Family Book, by Todd Parr

 

    1. Gingerbread Mouse, by Katy Bratun

 

    1. Hamsters, by Julie Murray

 

    1. Happy in our Skin, by Fran Manushkin, ill. by Lauren Tobia

 

    1. Hermit Crabs, by Julie Murray

 

    1. How the Grinch Stole Christmas, by Dr. Seuss

 

    1. I Am Small, by Emma Dodd

 

    1. I Like Bugs, by Alice K. Flanagan

 

    1. I Want My Hat Back, by Jon Klassen

 

    1. The I’M NOT SCARED Book, by Todd Parr

 

    1. It’s Okay to Be Different, by Todd Parr

 

    1. Little Bear, by Else Holmelund Minark, ill. by Maurice Sendak

 

    1. Little Miss Sparkle, by Adam Hargreaves

 

    1. Little Red and the Very Hungry Lion, by Alex T. Smith

 

    1. Milton’s Secret, by Eckhart Tolle and Robert S. Friedman, ill. by Frank Riccio

 

    1. Miss Rumphius, by Barbara Cooney

 

    1. The Moon over Star, by Dianna Hutts Aston, ill. by Jerry Pinkney

 

    1. Mr. Funny, by Roger Hargreaves

 

    1. My Name is not Isabella, by Jennifer Fosberry, ill. by Mike Litwin

 

    1. The Paper Bag Princess, my Robert Munsch, ill. by Michael Martchenko

 

    1. A Pocket for Corduroy, by Don Freeman

 

    1. Reptile World: Snapping Turtles, by Cari Meister

 

    1. Rooster’s Off to See the World, by Eric Carle

 

    1. A Rule is to Break, A Child’s Guide to Anarchy, by john and jana

 

    1. ¡Sal de la Cama! por Yanitzia Canetti, il. por Marcela Cabrera

 

    1. Scaredy Squirrel at Night, by Mélanie Watt

 

    1. Scaredy Squirrel Has a Birthday Party, by Mélanie Watt

 

    1. Scaredy Squirrel Makes a Friend, by Mélanie Watt

 

    1. Stars, by Mary Lyn Ray and Marla Frazee

 

    1. A Symphony of Cowbells, by Heather Preusser, ill. by Eileen Ryan Ewen

 

    1. The Octonauts & the Frown Fish, by Meomi

 

    1. The Octonauts & the Only Lonely Monster, by Meomi

 

    1. The Octonauts & the Sea of Shade

 

    1. The Ultimate US Road Trip Atlas, by National Geographic Kids

 

    1. When Sophie Gets Angry–Really, Really Angry, by Molly Bang

 

    Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak

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