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Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about picture books.
Do you have a favourite picture book, either from your own childhood, or reading to you children?
  It has been quite a few years since reading to my sons.  But there are a few that I do remember and those are Polar Express, Good Night Moon and another one that was a great help to me.  It was a book geared to toddlers, one for boys, different for girls.  I can’t remember the title but it was a story for them regarding using a “potty” lol.  It sounds funny now but it was a great tool back then.
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8 thoughts on “Monday

  1. yep, even I remember reading Goodnight Moon to my niece. Personally, I seem to have blocked out most of my childhood. Except one collection of fairy tales, name unknown, I can't remember being read anything.
    Maybe why I learned to read at an early age. 🙂

  2. Polar Express was a cute movie, never heard of the book till then. Never read it. I don't remember much about any picture books in my childhood. Here'smine

  3. LOL… I answered this on my blog, but after reading other people's responses, I realize that I've forgotten about a lot of my favourites! I used to love Goodnight Moon when I was a little kid, too.

  4. When I was little I loved, 'Millie's Got a Secrtet' I even named my daughter for it. My daughter loves 'Go Do Go!' Hope she doesn't follow my lead and name her daughter after it!!!

  5. Nise: lol Moms always get a chance for payback lol

    Caite: ty for stopping by..I left a comment on your site.

    Lori: Don't feel bad…I had to try and remember some books I read to my boys who are now 26 & its been a while

  6. LaCoccinelle: will be stopping by your blog…curious what your sn means.

    Irene: from visiting blogs and comments here, it appears that Polar Express was definitely a favorite to many.

    Cotton Blossom: lol maybe you better hope for grandsons lol

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