What I’ve Been Reading (June 2014)

Here are the children’s books that have been in my library bag and on my nightstand in June (well, at least the ones I’d recommend). It must be summertime, because I have a long list to share this month! Go check them out!

Babies and Toddlers (ages 0-2 years) and Preschool (ages 3-5 years):


Preschool (ages 3-5 years):


Preschool (ages 3-5 years) and Early Elementary (ages 5-8 years):

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Early Elementary (ages 5-8 years) and Middle Grades (ages 8-12 years):



 Middle Grades (ages 8-12 years):


 Young Adult (ages 12+ years):


4 thoughts on “What I’ve Been Reading (June 2014)

  1. Jill Edmonds

    I haven’t read most of these picture books. Good thing today is library day!!

    1. Susanne Whitehouse Post author

      That first one is a must for certain little boys who like things with wheels!

      1. Lindsay Bandy

        We own Cars Galore, and both of my girls love it, too 🙂 We also enjoy Pete the Cat. What did you think of The Fault in Our Stars? I couldn’t stop crying, but thought it was beautiful.

        1. Susanne Whitehouse Post author

          I loved The Fault in Our Stars. The writing is so smart. John Green knows how to write conversations. Seeing the movie is on my to-do list. 🙂

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