Weekend Warriors- February Favorite Books

Welcome to Weekend Warriors my friends!!
This month is all about books!
And books make up a lot of this job, don't they?
Today I bring to you...
My Top Five Favorite Children's Books!

{number one}
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
I'm sure this isn't a "new" book for many of you!
The story is so very sweet and sentimental!
Wasn't Dr. Seuss so ahead of his time? 

{number two}
everything Elephant Piggie by Mo Willems
The Elephant and Piggie series are my absolute favorites!
We had tons of fun early in the year with these cuties!
Check out this post to grab a freebie 
to make these adorable puppets. 

{number three}
Otis by Loren Long
Otis by Loren Long is the sweetest story of a tractor and a calf!
Who knew a tractor and a calf could bring a tear to my eye every time I read it.
I love it so much I made a product for it!
Check it out by clicking the cover!

{number four}
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
I love The Giving Tree so much that
 my husband and I named his landscaping company after it. 
Yet another book that brings a tear to my eye every time!

{number five}
Yes Day by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Yes Day is an awesome book for your primary students!
It's all about a day where the little boy's parents say YES to everything!
Can you imagine this as a kid? It would be amazing!
I made a little product about Yes Day way back when.
Click the cover to grab.
I hope you'll enjoy a few of these books with your students!!

BONUS!!
Our sweet little Weekend Warriors group has decided in this month of love 
that we want to give all of you a chance to win a 
$10 Teachers Pay Teachers gift card!
Time to hop around to my wonderful Weekend Warriors gals!
They are all giving away $10 to TpT too!
You'll for sure want to visit EVERYONE!!
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46 comments

  1. This is great! I like to share the book The Sneezy Snowman...my kids really enjoy it!

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  2. I've never read Yes Day! I will have to check it out. Thanks.

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  3. Great book suggestions! Some of these I have never even heard of. Looks like I need to take a trip to the library to see if we have them! :)

    Jeannine
    Creative Lesson Cafe

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  4. I love The Lorax! Such a great book! Thanks for your suggestions!

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  5. My students love all of the Froggy books by Jonathan London! We read Froggy Gets Dressed and they were hooked after that! Previously, Pete the Cat had first place!

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  6. Thanks for the book suggestions! The kids and I love all of Mo Willems' books. I haven't heard of Otis or Yes Day. I'm going to the library today and will have to look for those!

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  7. Thanks for the wonderful suggestions! =)

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  8. I love The Giving Tree. One of my favorite books is Those Shoes.

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  9. I love reading The Squeaky Door (Margaret Read MacDonald) -- so fun! (Your Gerald & Piggie puppets are so cute! I love reading those stories as well.)

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  10. I love reading Little House in the Big Woods.

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  11. I love all of the Mo Willems books for my kinder-bears. Once they meet the main characters, they are begging to take home the other books so THEY can read them to their families.

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  12. We share some favorites- The Lorax, The Giving Tree, ANYTHING Mo Willems, I also love Disney's Button Soup, and Randy's Dandy Lions by Bill Peet.

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  13. I love sharing the Chester books by Melanie Watt. Love her Scaredy Squirrel books too.

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  14. We love reading How Do Dinosaurs..., and Junie B. Jones

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  15. Horrid Henry series. Wonderfully wicked! thursdaytook@hotmail.com

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  16. New favorite-The Day the Crayons Quit. Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  17. Any Scaredy Squirrel book by Melanie Watt!

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  18. The Man Who Loved Clowns
    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  19. My class loves any book that has Pete the Cat

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  20. Hi my dear! Thanks for the Otis tip as that is a brand new one for me. I will have to check it out :)

    Christy
    Crayons and Whimsy

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  21. Oh man, just one! I love Dr. Seuss, The Wild Things, He's Been a Monster All Day!

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  22. I love books and I love to read to kids. I love Amelia Bedelia, Froggy, Jan Brett, and the list goes on. However you listed several books that are new to me so I thank you. Thanks also for this giveaway.

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  23. I like Spoon...the students haven't read it yet and it has a great message about appreciating your own talent instead of wanting someone else's.

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  24. We read Rachel Fister's Blister the other day and my kids thought it was good. We are learning about problem and solution.

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  25. We read Rachel Fister's Blister the other day and my kids thought it was good. We are learning about problem and solution.

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  26. I love reading Green Eggs and Ham aloud!

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  27. The Giving Tree is one of my all-time favorite books!!! It's just such a sweet story of unconditional love and I love the parallels to so many relationships in our own lives.
    Amanda
    The Take Home Teacher

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  28. I love the Zoomer books! The kiddos love that silly dog! Yes Day is one of my favorites too!

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  29. Love Barnyard Song! My students crack up! Thank you.

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  30. Love the Chester books by Melanie Watt.

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  31. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore!!

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  32. I love Eddie Spaghetti and Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch!

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  33. Ok I have so many favorites! I love fairytales though and this year my students love the three little tamales Fractured fairtale !

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  34. Green Eggs and Ham! My students love it!!

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  35. Thanks for the great suggestions! The Day the Crayons Quit gets our vote.

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