Four-year-old Nimrit loves books. In proper bookworm tradition, most of her books landed in the favourite pile. Our reporter, Prabhleen Guron, had to coax her to shorten the pile to ten books. She promises us that she merely reported and didn’t influence her choice of books and words.
These are the titles from her “most favourite” list:
- Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson: In the end the dragon says sorry and goes away.
- Mouse Soup by Arnold Lobel: The mouse is smart and doesn’t let the weasel eat him.
- Cat in the hat by Dr. Seuss: The fish tells the kids good things and in the end the cat goes away.
- Good Night, Little Bear by Richard Scarry: The little bear is hiding on papa bear’s shoulders all the time and the father bear doesn’t even come to know!
- Lulu goes to witch school By Jane O’Connor: Because lulu can fly. Simple.
- Princess Pink & the Land of Fake-Believe by Noah Z. Jones: Scaredy pants wolf eats his bakery.
- Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish: She makes yummy pies.
- Pony Scouts Pony Crazy by Catherine Hapka: Meg talks to other children and makes new friends.
- Pinkalicious: Pink-a-rama (I Can Read Book 1): Victoria Kann: Every thing is pink!
- Frog and Toad All Year (I Can Read Book 2) by Arnold Lobel: It has nice stories, it even has a story about ice cream.
Thank you Nimrit for sharing your list! Just keep reading and come back next summer with a longer one!