Grandma’s Bookbag

Keeping life normal for our children is good during difficult times so Grandma’s reading time continues via FaceTime. Here are four more favorite preschooler books. Some of the books are only available used on Amazon but since they are board books, for us they have held up well.

Trucks is a pull tab book by Priddy Baby (All the links in this post are Titus2’s Amazon affiliate links: see the Titus2 Privacy Policy for more information). The younger crew (and some of the older ones too) enjoy pulling the tabs and looking at the various types of trucks on each page.

Find My Feet by Salina Yoon is a fun book with a different type activity. The body of an animal is on each page. At the bottom of the book is a wheel the child can turn that spins through various feet. The goal is to match the animal with its feet.

I Am a Dump Truck and I am a Fire Truck are solid board books with colorful illustrations leading to discussions our preschoolers enjoy about the actions, people, and vehicles in the book.

Trusting in Jesus,

“Because thy lovingkindness is better than life,
my lips shall praise thee” (Psalm 63:3).

2 thoughts on “Grandma’s Bookbag”

  1. Cute books. It’s so sweet that Grandma takes the time to read regularly to her grandchildren. It’s a wonderful for both sides. Do you have any special books you read with the older children? If I recall the Amelia Bedeila books are fun for 5-8 year olds. I used to read Betsy-Tacy in later elementary school as well. You might have to do only a chapter at a time for a book like that with your oldest granddaughters.

    1. Yes, I read chapter books to the older girls. I have a nice supply of those from my own children when they were growing up. We have read quite a few of the Rod and Staff books and a couple of children’s historical biographies.

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