Happy Halloween! Here is the October 2016 review round-up of titles for beginning readers!
Elephant and Piggie Like Reading, Mo Willem's new easy reader imprint, has been popular this month. There were reviews of We Are Growing at Sal's Fiction Addiction, Provo Library Children's Book Reviews and Jean Little Library, and of The Cookie Fiasco at Sal's Fiction Addiction and Jean Little Library.
Jean Little Library also reviewed Pug, while Provo Library Children's Book Reviews reviewed Go Otto Go.
Other easy reader reviews included:
- Duck Duck Porcupine, reviewed by Becky's Book Reviews
- Pedro, First Grade Hero, reviewed by Mom's Radius
- 100 Monsters in My School, reviewed by Liz's Book Snuggery
- Science of Fun Stuff To Go! set, reviewed by Geo Librarian
- Adventures of Morris the Moose, reviewed by Semicolon
- Rabbit and Robot and Ribbit, reviewed by Books 4 Your Kids
A couple of popular titles from last month are still floating around out there. Kids Book a Day reviewed Juana and Lucas, and Jen Robinson's Book Page reviewed The Infamous Ratsos. Guessing Geisel is also wondering whether the latest title in the beloved Princess in Black series has the potential to win the Geisel this year.
Also receiving consistently positive feedback are the Tales from Deckawoo Drive books. This month Sal's Fiction Addiction reviewed Francine Poulet Meets the Ghost Raccoon and Provo Library Children's Book Reviews reviewed Where Are You Going, Baby Lincoln? Provo Library Children's Book Reviews also posted about Belmont and the Dragon: The Forest of Doom and Gloom.
Geo Librarian highlighted three different series this month: Super Happy Party Bears, Ranger in Time, and Zapato Power. The Zapato power books were also mentioned in a post from Readerkidz which also highlights the Peter Powers and Jo Schmo series.
Jean Little Library also had a couple of chapter book reviews: Meet the Bobs and Tweets and Weekends with Max and His Dad.
Other chapter book reviews included: