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I was thinking yesterday of when my girls were little and we would have a stack of books that they liked to have read to them each night. The books they picked were generally the same and I could read them with my eyes shut (and sometimes did!). It's nice to add a few new books to the stack of old favorites.
Whether you are looking for a board book, a picture book, or an early reader book, I have some of the newly published books this month that I think you will like.
New Children's Books Published in October
Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes - James and Kimberly Dean
An Early Reader book. Pete and his friends are busy baking for a Cupcake Party when some of the treats go missing. Pete and his friends set out to find the missing sweets and learn along the way that it's cool to be kind.
The Crayon's Book of Colors - Drew Dewalt & Oliver jeffers
This new board book introduces young readers to colors. Your children will love the fun and quirky illustrations. Drew and Oliver also have a Colors book of numbers coming out the same day!
If You Give a Mouse a Brownie - Laura Joffe Numeroff
The ninth book in this bestselling series. Add another fun book to reading time.
Owl Diaries Warm Hearts Day - Rebecca Elliott
The Owl Diaries books are great beginning chapter books. Everyone is busy making gifts for their loved ones to celebrate Warm Hearts Day. Eva forgot to make some for her family though! Will she be able to make them in time?
Awesome Lego Creations - Sarah Dees
50 project ideas you can build with LEGO blocks you already have! Instructions on building robots, wild animals, playgrounds, fire breathing dragons and more!
A Night of Great Joy - mary Engelbreit
A delightfully illustrated story of a children's nativity pageant.
If you are interested in new books published in October that are middle grade reads, books for teens, or adult reads, I have lists for those new books too!
I hope you found a few books that your children will like and be excited about reading, either on their own or with you. I would love to hear in the comments which ones you are looking forward to.