Sterling Children's Books #HolidayGiftGuide

Broxton loves reading his different books and we try to take a couple in the car for road trips.  Yes, that includes trips to the store and all that.  We normally have a book or two in the pocket of the back seat of the car just in case Broxton needs to read something! 
When we went to visit my parents last weekend, Broxton and I went to watch Georgia football with my dad... so, that meant we had to take books for the ride.
We had two new ones from Sterling Children's Books and Broxton enjoyed them both! 
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Up first:  1-2-3 Dinosaurs bite. 
This cute little board book introduces us to 5 dinosaurs...
On the first pages, we learn the dinosaur name and how to pronounce it.
Then, we count, as the dinosaur takes a bite off the page!!!
Once we hit 5, the numbers 6-10 are told about them biting and walking and to watch your 10 fingers...   I thought it was a cute book and I see how it ended up being able to teach about all 10 numbers, I was beginning to wonder how they were going to do 10 and still have a page left to write on.  This explains it all!    Broxton has enjoyed looking at the pages and counting when he reads it!
 
Summary: 
Gobble, gobble, munch, and crunch: watch the pages disappear!  Five hungry dinosaurs--from mighty little Microraptor to colorful Carnotaurus--sink their teeth into this tasty novelty book, created with the American Museum of Natural History and Caldecott-honor winner Steve Jenkins. Kids can count along as the dinosaurs take bite-sized chunks out of each page. The number of bites matches the counting number on each spread! Fun facts about the dinosaurs--and what they liked to eat--appear at the end, along with a listing of dinosaur details from 1-10. 

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The other book we have been reviewing?  Spot the Animals.
This seems to be a favorite out of the two and he was quick to guess the animal before I opened it up to show him the answer.  In this book, they have "clues" telling what the animal is.. with little "peeks" to see the animals..    He was excited when he would guess them correct and it was so cute to see the look of satisfaction when he said the answer! 
 
 
 
 
Summary:
What's hiding there? This charming novelty book, created with the experts at the American Museum of Natural History, is an irresistible first-concept book, combining colors and animals. Peek-a-boo holes in the flaps reveal a bit of a brightly hued creature hiding underneath, making a fun guessing game for preschoolers. Readers can lift the flaps to discover six animals cleverly camouflaged in their natural habitats, from rainforests to coral reefs. Illustrated by Caldecott Honor award-winner Steve Jenkins, Spot the Animals is sure to be a favorite.
If you have a couple preschoolers on your list... What would be better than a great book to snuggle up and read with them? 
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Comments

  1. A great collection of books for the kids!

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  2. We have so many childrens books! I love them all. I don't know how to part with them when my kids grow up to read bigger books.

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