The Children’s Bookshelf- Interesting Book Lists

The Children’s Bookshelf is hosted every Monday by My Little Bookcase along with What Do We Do All Day?, No Twiddle Twaddle, Smiling Like Sunshine, Mommy and Me Book Club, and Mouse Grows, Mouse Learns.

Bloggers link up their book or reading related posts, which gives us a collection of amazing ideas that help to inspire a love of reading in our children.

I love browsing themed book lists. I know from compiling a large number of lists myself that putting them together is a time-consuming task. I think that’s why I appreciate coming across book lists based on interesting topics of themes. This week, I’ve grabbed three lists from the link-up to share with you.

Featured Post of the week:

Fantastic Fun and Learning: Jack and the Beanstalk- Different Versions to Share with Kids

I just love recounting fairy tales to Cam. Sometimes I’m surprised by how many versions there are. Shauna has shared four interesting versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, which I think is a fantastic fairy-tale for role play.

Also well worth a visit and a read are:

What Do We Do All Day?: Classic Children’s Books- 1990s

Over the past number of weeks, the clever Erica, from What Do We Do All Day?, has been compiling classic books lists according to decade, beginning with the 1900s. It’s a wonderful set of lists to help you choose classic books to introduce to your children, but it’s also wonderfully nostalgic to simply peruse.

Our Cup of Tea: Geography Book List by Country

This post may be a little late for our October Challenge of The Little Book Adventure. Nevertheless, it is a comprehensive and interesting list of books categorised by country. If you were inspired by our discovery boxes, you’ll definitely be interested in this list.

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The Children’s Bookshelf- Interesting Book Lists

  1. Thanks for mentioning my classics series. It DID take a long time to create all those lists, but –crazy me! — I am working on even more lists, now.

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