As a children’s book author, I get a little bit giddy when it comes to KidsLit.

I love, love, love children’s books. The simplest of storytelling in the purest of forms coupled with illustration is an art in itself. And I love when it’s done well.

Here are a few of my favorite children’s books you should add to your kid’s bookshelves at home:

Colin and Fluffy Become Friends

Colin Discovers Confidence

I Am Empathetic

Fluffy and the Rainbow in his Heart by Tools of the Heart

5 Classic Middle-Grade Books Your Children Should Read

Picture Books by UK Author Tamsin Wood

Father Sun and Mother Earth Create Life

The Little, Big Rescue

Buckle Up

Fairy-Tailed Wish

Little Fergen’s Fish Feelings

I Love My Gua by Chaka Giangrosso

Debra Williams- Aussie Children’s Book Author, Puppet Maker

Mom and Daughter Team Sprinkle Grace and Positive Affirmations

Children’s Book Review- “Something’s Eating the Garden” by Pam Fries

Children’s Book Review- Winston the Wombat Book Series by Megan Cline

Children’s Book Review- Super Max and the Math Menace by Heather E. Robyn

Children’s Book Review- If The Slipper Fits by Lindsay DeRollo

Children’s Book Review- Something Lost Something Found by Natalia Paruzel-Gibson

Designed to Shine:

“A Good Read: Mommy’s Big, Red Monster Truck”- Carolina Country

Mommy’s Big, Red Monster Truck

Award-Winning Author Donna Sager Cowan Debuts New Book

Book Review: Just Till Mommy Comes Home

Learn Why It is Important to Read to Children