Powell Pack Top Reads

In case you didn’t know, today is National Young Reader’s Day! I so appreciate a day that celebrates something that really does give our kids such incredible building blocks for long-term success. I am fortunate enough to be one of those lucky mommas whose kids love to read. I love it!

Wanting to get your kids reading more? Check out some of the Powell Pack’s top book picks. These keep them reading longer than they are allowed sometimes!

Matix is into the typical 8 year-old boy books like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series (we have lost count of how many times he has read each of those books), the Creature from My Closet series, and all of the Lego Star Wars books out there.

#Matix loves #DiaryofaWimpyKid #youngreaders #PowellPack

Marley also has a few favorite book series, like Ivy & Bean, Missy’s Super Duper Royal Deluxe, and An American Girl (McKenna is her favorite).

#Marley loves #Ivy&Bean #youngreaders #PowellPackCash is crazy for any book based on animals, shapes and letters. He has memorized “Roar! Trumpet! Hiss! Squawk!” and is well on his way to mastering “A Is for Adventure (The Backyardigans)“. The book we credit for teaching him many of his shapes is “Shapes with Albert and Amy“.

Here is a list of a few more good reads for each age group:

Birth – 3 Years:

3 – 5 Years:

5 – 8 Years:

Since we have all heard time and time again that one of the best things you can do for your child and for your parent-child relationship is to read together, it’s time to grab a book, snuggle up and get reading!

Happy National Young Readers Day!! 🙂

13 Responses

  1. Love this! We are doing a dr suess theme for Jacob’s 1st (I know long time away!) but we are going to request people bring books with a message written to him instead of cards 🙂

  2. Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
    Slinky Malinki Open the Door
    Boom Chica Rock
    The Magician’s Elephant and Tiger Riding by Kate DiCamilla

  3. One of my Daughters favorite books was monsters at the end of the book. We collected over 200 Hundred golden books we read them all at least three times and some many more I would read till I was horse, When i packed her books up to move we had 5 18 gallon tubs full and they where heavy

  4. From my childhood, hands down my absolute favorite book was Shel Siverstein’s “The Giving Tree”. I’d only recently had a chance to see an image of the author … not at ALL what I was expecting!

  5. My oldest is 8 and she loves the Heidi Hecklebeck series. My 6 year old loves Llama Llama books! I highly recommend getting, “Randy Riley’s Really Big Hit” for Cash. It is a fabulous book about baseball, science and robots.

    1. That is so thoughtful of you to think of me! If you could email bonnie @ chrispowell.com she can connect with you and follow up.

  6. My daughter is 7 and loves the ivy and bean books and the magic Tree House books. Our 5 yr old son loves the Pete the cat books! We all really enjoy reading!

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