Toddler Books We Are Reading This Month + A Giveaway

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Good day, friends! We got our Literati box in the mail the other day, and once again it didn’t disappoint. It’s so much fun watching the girls go through the box and look at all the goodies inside. We upgraded from Club Neo (ages 0-3) to Club Sprout (ages 3-5) a few months ago because the older aged books seem to catch the girls’ attention more (plus they’re more fun for me to read), and we’ve been reading these books almost nightly.

Toddler Books We Are Reading In February

Milo’s Hat Trick by Jon Agee: We got this book in last month’s box and are still reading at every couple days. I love the writing style and and illustrations, and I find the story to be sweet and humorous.

The Spiffiest Giant In Town by Julia Donaldson: This is currently Finley’s favorite book and she asks for it to be read every night. We’ve read it so many times that I could probably recite it from memory, but that’s okay because I kind of love it too. The giant is such a sweetheart and I love the lesson learned at the end. If you have a chance to get this book , I absolutely recommend it.

Madeline by Ludwig by Bemelmans: I grew up on Madeline, so I was so excited to see this in our December box. I think I probably like this one more than the girls do, but they sit and listen when I read it, so I’m just going roll with it.

Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg: This is such a fun and artistic book! It’s not really one that I read to the girls at bedtime, but I catch them picking it up throughout the day and looking at the pictures. It’s a cute book that talks about taking an “oops,” like a spill or torn paper, and turning it into something beautiful, which I think is such a wonderful thing for anyone to learn.

Lion Lessons by Jon Agee: Here is another one by Jon Agee that we just can’t stop reading. There is such a sweet lesson of looking out for your friends to be learned in this story that is displayed in such a fun and entertaining way.

Those Darn Squirrels! by Adam Rubin: I find myself giggling every time we read this book. I love all of the quirky details in this book, like the cherry cola and salt-and-vinegar chips, and the personality in all of the characters. Finley loves to ask “what” and “why” questions while we read this one, which makes it take longer to read but I love it because it’s provoking thought.

The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes: I’ve mentioned this book in the past and it is one of my absolute favorites. We’ve checked it out from the library not once, but twice, so this is one from our February box that we won’t be sending back. It is such a sweet story about how one small action can spark hope and make a difference.

Little Home Bird by Jo Empson: This is a cute story about a bird learning to find joy in a new place and that home can be anywhere. The art in this book is so beautiful and vibrant and really caught the attention of both of the girls.

Literati Giveaway (CLOSED)

Literati has truly been such a gift to us, so I would like to gift the experience to someone else with a $50 Literati gift card. If you don’t know much about Literati, you can check out my review of the subscription box, here. That review and this giveaway are in no way sponsored by the company; it’s just something that I love and want to share with others.

To enter all you have to do is sign up for my newsletters below. I will be announcing the winner by email at the end of March. If you are interested in signing up for a Literati subscription until then, feel free to use my referral link to get $25 in free books! That’s basically $75 in free books if you win!

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