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My son loves being read to, and I like reading to him. But I think I need to get him some more books so I'm not reading the same books over and over. It gets a little old. I have most of his books memorized at this point. He does too actually and I hear him "reading" his books to himself sometimes. These are some books that I've recently found and a couple that I remember from my childhood that I'd like to get for my boy.
The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales by Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith (Illustrator) - I remember this book from when I was in grade school. I think I read it, but the early 90's was a long time ago. And I wasn't even 10 when this book came out. Everything before I was about 10, is a blur.
Goodnight Goon: A Petrifying Parody by Michael Rex - I found this book recently. It's kind of a "twisted" parody of Goodnight Moon. (obviously). My little boy likes weird things. The first stuffed animal we bought him was a skeleton sock monkey. This book sounds like fun, I read the sample on Goodreads.
The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith - Another "classic" from my childhood. This one I know I read. I remember it being very funny.
This is Not My Hat (Hat Trilogy #2) by Jon Klassen - He has one of the other books in this Hat Trilogy. I figure, why not get the whole series?
We Found A Hat (Hat Trilogy #3) by Jon Klassen - This is the other book in the Hat Trilogy.
The Little Zebra Who Lost His Stripes by Jedda Robaard My little guy has a variation of this book. He has the one about the lion who lost her roar. It's such a cute book, that I'd actually like to get all the books about these adorable animals who've lost something.
Otter Goes to School by Sam Garton - OK, I admit. I want to buy this book because I love otters. This book just looks so darn cute too.
They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel - This book looks cute and fun.
The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown, Clement Hurd (Illustrator) - Apparently, this is part of the "Goodnight Moon" series, which I didn't even know was a series.
The Runaway Mummy: A Petrifying Parody by Michael Rex - Parody of Runaway Bunny. I figured, why not? There's nothing wrong with a little bit of G-rated dark humor for your kids.