Picture Book Reading Challenge (#9)

Posted on Apr 25 2014 - 9:16pm by Ave

We have completed the week #9 of picture book reading challenge and here are the books we read!

The concept of the challenge is to read minimum 5-6 picture books a week to your kids, so that in the end of the year, you have enjoyed around 300 new books. As we started the challenge in the end of February, I should read minimum 220 books/stories to Sofia.

1. El pájaro sabihondo

2. ¡Que llega el lobo!

3. Sapo y Cerdito

4. Las formas

5. Colores y formas

6. La Sirenita

7. Sleeping Beauty

You can see our other read books during the #300PBs challenge HERE.

Our #300PBs Pinterest board:
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  • RebelSweetHrt

    The Little Mermaid and Sleeping Beauty! Love these fairy tales! :)

  • Karen Presley Dawkins

    We love to read and turned a corner of our home into a cozy reading nook with a kid-size bookcase and fluffy floor pillows. It’s a great place to snuggle with a book!

  • Savannah Miller

    I LOVE reading with my little guys :) Not only do we have a huge kids library we also just got a kindle so now we can read digital books on the go :)

  • Debbie Lamb

    Great collection of books…we are always looking or good books to read Thanks

  • Emily

    I love hte idea of reading a new book each day. Drew really likes to re-read certain favorites but it wouldn’t be that hard to ‘make a deal’ with him where we can re-read a favorite if we read 1 new one, too.

  • Michele

    It is so important to read to your children and start the love of reading early in their lives! I have no children but it was Aunt Michele who always ended up reading to my friend’s kids!

  • mapam30

    NO better way to bond with your child then reading a book–I love that your reading multi languages too

  • Lexie Lane

    This is a great challenge. I think it’s really important to do stuff like this with your kids and picture books are definitely a great way to encourage them.