If You Had $100 To Spend For Children’s Books

Y’all know my affinity for children’s books, right? So many books, so little time!

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To recap: I love children’s books!

What if you wanted to start a collection, yet had only $100?

If You Had $100 To Spend For Children's Books

Whenever I have a chance, I’m in the children’s section checking out books for all ages and it got me to thinking about the books I love and then wondering about the books you love.

Which brings me to the question, again: If you had $100 to spend for children’s books (whether you’re starting a library or adding to one), which ones do you include?!

Are Patricelli board books on your list?

Are classics like The Giver on your list? (Patti Fun Fact: This is my go-to birthday gift for 9-year-olds.)

Are books that make new mothers cry on your list?

Are books that make toddlers laugh and encourage you to use silly voices on your list?

Are books that promote shenanigans on your list?

Are books that highlight caring for others on your list?

Are books that encourage play on your list?

Are books that set fire to the creative spark on your list?

If you’re anything like me, you could always use another recommendation for one. more. children’s. book.

So, give us your best, the ones you can’t live without, the ones you gift to others.

Let’s construct a virtual go-to for parents just getting their kiddo’s libraries started, or for grandparents wandering through the maze of amazing children’s books maze.

A children’s library for $100, a beginner’s shelf, if you will.

Tell us your favs!

 

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  1. Ooh, you are speaking my love language. I would get a few Sandra Boynton board books, a few Peter H. Reynolds books, a few Beverly Cleary books, and a few Sharon Creech books. And then, if I was shopping at the best used bookstore ever and still had cash left over, I’d grab the Little House set and all the Betsy-Tacy books, too. And Holes, by Louis Sachar.

    I’m sure I’ll be back with more ideas. 🙂

  2. Oh David – I always gift this to parents when their SECOND child is born. My older kiddo giggled over how all the things “David” did was like his baby brother. He soon had the book memorized and “read” it to his younger brother, who liked the colorful funny pictures and the attention from his big brother even if he didn’t understand the words. I want to share that experience with other parents.

    After someone has their second or third, I buy them “The Large Family” books (“A Quiet Night In” expecially), which my children loved but I loved more

    I also look for various Serendipity Books used to give to friends (favorites growning up), and old hardbound copies of The Ordinary Princess with the beautiful illustrations and fun fairy tale turned on its head.

    I recently got my nephew all these farm books by (can’t remember author name…sorry)… “Click, Clack Quack” and “Dooby, Dooby Moo” and “Duck for President” (a great one this year). And then there’s always “The Little Engine that Could” (a fun one to give with a toy train).

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