Thanks so much for stopping by to check out our family favorite reads of March. While I hope you love some of our picks as much as we do, I am mutually encouraging us not to choose the good over the best this Easter season. While some of our favorite books are pretty amazing, no book can come close to the Bible. If you have not read the Easter story with your family yet this Holy Week, please take a moment and celebrate God’s Word from John 17-21 before continuing this post.
Hunter (Daddy) is a big fan of Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson. Hunter notes that while the author does not share his worldview, he has been inspired in his own engineering pursuits through the amazing scientific discoveries of Einstein.
Leslie (Mommy) loves it when she finds a surprise hit like Play to the Angel by Maurine F. Dahlberg. While strolling through the children’s section of the library with my toddler, I was drawn to this book by its cover and mysterious title. After a few pages, I was hooked on this Holocaust read that is appropriate for older children. A new author to me, I am eager to check out Dalberg’s other books.
Archie (8) found My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George just as enthralling as my fifth-grade self. I have many pleasant memories of my beloved teacher reading this story of rugged adventure to our class each day after lunch. The male protagonist exudes live-off-the-land resourcefulness on every page!
Grace (6) chose an old-standby this month with The Berenstain Bears Count Their Blessings by Stan and Jan Berenstain. The most read and reread series in our house is hands-down the Berenstain Bears. I particularly like this book because it packs two important lessons into one tale: gratitude and not being afraid of weather events.
Grant (23 months) discovered that Snuggle Puppy by Sandra Boyton is an adorable little verse! Grant, normally a baby of few words, loves to point and say “puppy” whenever we see one of the furry creatures (no matter how large or old), so it’s no wonder he is drawn to this book.
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