Today I want to share what Sue Downey is doing over on the NannyPalooza Blog and hopefully you will want to get involved with her little project as she finds out
“What Makes a Good Children’s Book”
A few weeks ago I asked nannies for their favorite children’s book.
Beth Lehman replied The Crayon Box that Talked by Shane Derolf. She said, “It has an easy flow to read.
It has a lesson that ‘we’ all can learn from.”
Donna Saunders answered The Gift of Nothing, a great book about being a friend.
Meg Feimer loves Richard Scarry books- and really who doesn’t!
There are literally millions of great books for kids- but what makes a book GREAT. The kind of book that transcends generations?
Read the rest of the article on the Nannypalooza Blog and be sure you participate in her fun March Madness Project!
Reminder: Dr. Seuss’ Birthday is March 2.
Here is a fun post we did a few years ago.
It’s always the perfect time to read a good book!
introduction by Glenda Propst : Regarding Nannies Development Team Member