Monday, September 13, 2010

Reading Log Roundup: September 13, 2010

What have we been reading for the Kindergarten Reading Log this week?  Here's a peek . . . 

Arthur Babysits by Marc Brown

Franklin's Neighborhood by Paulette Bourgeois

Bear Wants More by Karma Wilson

Monkey With a Toolbelt by Chris Monroe

The Gas We Pass:  The Story of Farts by Shinta Cho

Your turn!!  
Which do you think was Mom's favorite?  How about Son's favorite?


  1. I haven't read Bear Wants More but I've seen some others in that series and I *love* the illustrations! It's one of those picture books where I want to reach out and hug or pet all the cute little animals. ;)

    I have to check out Monkey With A Tool Belt - that just looks too fun! Was that one son's favorite?

  2. LOL at the last one. That would have to be my favorite. ;) Too many good sounding ones to pick out yours though.

  3. We got Monkey With a Tool Belt a few months ago but I can't remember what it was about AT ALL. ;) Z would love the fart book. I remember laughing about that one with someone years ago!

  4. lisa :) . . . The animals are really very cute!! You just "want more!!" :) Monkey was not my son's favorite. Want another guess?!? :)

    J. Kaye . . . I will announce on Monday the favorites from this week! I'm curious to see if anyone else has some guesses! BUT, I will say that you did hit one favorite!! :)

    Kristen M. . . I will be honest, I wasn't a big fan of Monkey. The pictures were adorable, but the story line was a bit on the weak side IMO. There are parts that still keep us laughing on the fart one! And, the comments from the 5 year old's mouth can be even funnier!! :)


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