Kids Summer Reading

Chronicle Books is passionate about encouraging young minds to imagine, explore, and expand through the pages of a storybook. Kids are captivated by bright colors, wonderful illustrations, and entrancing storylines. It’s these attributes that naturally draw in kids and make reading a pleasure instead of a chore. There is no doubt that a good book can foster a love of reading.

With more leisure time during the summer, kids have ample opportunity to crack open a book. My¬†new titles¬†will springboard your child’s creativity and heighten their appreciation for books. Check them out!

Old MacDonald Had a Truck
A time-honored folk song‚ÄĒ with a modern-day twist!

Singing the Old MacDonald Had a¬†Farm song was the norm when I¬†and my family were growing up. It’s a classic kids song that features typical animals on a farm and the sounds they make. With this new print version, it features big equipment that might be on a farm, like a Front Loader or a Bulldozer. These storybook pages show the movement each piece of equipment makes. With a SCOOOP SCOOP here and a¬†SCOOOP SCOOP there, here a¬†SCOOP, there a SCOOP, everywhere a¬†SCOOOP SCOOP! The illustrations are fantastic; they’re colorful, tell a story, and full of action. Not only is the farmer and his wife running the farm, but so are the animals. The kiddo’s love this book.

What Can I Be?

What Can I Be is a concept book that helps kids understand various shapes and colors? Kids will be introduced to triangles, squares, circles, lines, and primary colors. Plus they’ll be given some examples and encouraged to envision other items with the same shape and color. This book is great for preschoolers and kindergarten ages.

To The Ocean Deep

To The Ocean Deep is something both kids and adults will love. It’s the world’s longest coloring book covering fifteen feet of underwater splendor. It illustrates various creatures and relics that reside deep in the ocean. It also shares things you might not expect in the ocean, like underwater worlds and castles, mermaids, aliens, the lost city of Atlantis, statues, lost treasures, and so much more. The kids will spend hours and hours exploring the secrets of the ocean and coloring them artistically. The images are detailed with lots of little intricate pieces so it will require pencil crayons or fine tip markers.

Disclaimer: I received product to facilitate a review. All opinions express are my own, yours may differ.

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