Can we read? No. 112
I would read “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” ! 🫖 🐯
Thank you!! You give me such good ideas for my grandchildren!! They love books and being read to and must be ‘fed’ a lot!!!
We are on a huge Tiger who came to tea kick right now. Read 3 times at bed last night!
When I lived in Oxford, I got to hear Judith Kerr speak at the Oxford Literary Festival. She was so delightful and has such an amazing life story!!
Oh my gosh! THANK YOU for reminding me of “Rise and Shine, Mariko-chan!” My mama used to read this to me all the time, but I’d completely forgotten about it till now.
Being Japanese (I’m called “Erichan”), this book felt extra special to me. ❤️
These books remind me of treasured memories going to the library as a child. Stonewall Jackson memorial library Weston, West Virginia. The old beautifmul house turned library. It still had its secret passages used in the Civil War times for exciting things. Long dark wood banister and wide steps that once accommodated hoop skirts, now lead to second floor rooms of big people books. I even remember how it smelled, and the floors creaked.
I love your book selection!
Sarah, I am loving these! I also know this Mariko-Chan book from my MIL! She has a great interest in having an expansive library and asks for recs at our local library for children’s books all the time so maybe that’s how she found it?! I’m intrigued by the breadth of her children’s books at her house.