Friday is World Book Day, a day recognized by the United Nations to celebrate reading and a universal love of books.
Here’s what they had to say.
“Love You Forever written by Robert Munsch. I still LOVE this book!! It walks you through the circle of life from the eyes of a Mother. It brings warm fuzzies. The other one my kids loved was Dream Hop by Julia Durango – it’s a great read for kids prone to nightmares or terrors. When things get too scary, DREAM HOP!” ― Amanda Jean
“As gifts go, I think The Jolly Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.” ― Naomi Blaikie
“The Stinky Cheese Man. I have given this book at every baby shower. You’re welcome.” ― Elizabeth Gomez
“Tomorrow I’ll Be Brave by Jessica Hische. I love reading this to my daughter. It is such an encouraging message but also reassures them that if they didn’t achieve everything today, they can always try again tomorrow. It’s also kind of nice to remind myself of that sometimes!” ― Sherrie Howell
“As a parent I 100% relate to Mother Bruce and my kids can’t help but laugh through each book in the series.” ― Kirsten Walliser
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