Monday, December 27, 2010

Christmas Loot #1: Princess Style!

Now that Christmas has come and gone, I thought I would try to hold onto the spirit as long as possible by highlighting our literary loot!  Each day this week, I will be spotlighting each of my family's book-ish gifts from the holidays.  I thought I would start out with the youngest, princess style . . . my daughter!  Tomorrow, I will highlight my son, superhero style . . . followed by my husband, kitchen style!  I will save my loot for last because I simply think that mine is the best . . . though I may be a bit biased on this one!  So, without further ado, I present to you the literary loot of my princess . . .

School Book Exchange:  Tinkerbell:  Look & Find by Cameron House
Great Grandparents:  Olivia Helps With Christmas by Ian Falconer
Mom & Dad:  Elephants Cannot Dance! by Mo Willems
Brother:  The Snow Dance by Amy Ackelsburg & Laura Thomas
Brother:  We Love You, Strawberry Shortcake! by Sierra Harriman

Giftcard from Grandparents:  Dora's Magical Adventures Boxed Set including . . .
Dora's Fairy-Tale Adventure
Dora Had a Little Lamb
The Birthday Dance Party
Dora Saves the Mermaid Kingdom
Dora's Backpack
Dance to the Rescue

The Dora boxed set above is one that she choose of her own free will!  Not bad for a 2-year-old!  

What would your pick for a toddler be, girl or boy?


  1. so cute! so great that your raising young readers :)

  2. My daughter loved Dora too. Personally, I am a fan of Olivia!

  3. FICTION STATE OF MIND . . . I can only hope that they stay readers!! :)

    365andMe . . . Sadly, we have never read Olivia before. That will be changing! :)


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