300 Picture book challenge – week 6

I’m loving our 300 picture book challenge, as there’s just so many books to discover and enjoy.  It’s also great to get one on one time with N to sit together rather than doing other things as he plays.  I love that he’ll just wander off and go and root through some books to choose one…or 4.

N really seems to enjoy going to the library too.  We get a commentary as we walk there, and what we need to do.  The funniest is when he says ‘shh’ as we walk through the door. I don’t recall having told him to shh more than the first time, so that’s a pretty good memory.

This week, as well as the library, I’ve been trailing round a few charity shops for books.  We have about 10 charity shops in our town, but not that many have picture books.  Today though, I bought 8 picture books for 20p each from our Katharine House Hospice shop.  Absolute bargain, and a good amount of children’s books to choose from.

Here’s this week’s books, and how we’re doing against the challenge.

#300pbs picture book challenge week 6

  • Books this week: 14
  • Books to date: 88/300 (29%)

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20 thoughts on “300 Picture book challenge – week 6

    1. I agree. I love reading (the OH doesn’t really read) so I’m determined to get N started early and hopefully he’ll find books he really enjoys and continues as he gets older.

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    1. It is a really cute one. Really stops you from putting off reading with your children when you’ve got other things to do. Taking up the challenge means there’s no excuse!

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    1. Moomins were new to us in book format. Not sure about them, although was definitely different to any other book we have. The Kipper one was great though – will be looking out for more of those.

    1. We were amazed to see that only 5 weeks in, one person had already achieved the 300! I work full time, so was worried we’d struggle. But actually we do still read quite a lot in one sitting so it tallies up quickly. The hardest part is persuading N to allow new books into his repertoire.

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  1. Love this challenge. You would love what we have where I live for books… a Goodwill Outlet. Literally bins of books for only 39 cents a pound!! It’s fantastic! I get tons of books there. Enjoy your challenge and have fun!! #SITSblogging
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    1. Wow, bargain books. I love that.

      I’m looking forward to car boot season starting again. That’s always a good place for really cheap books. Now I just need to sort out the book shelves properly to store them all in.

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    1. You can never have too many books, and it’s a great challenge. Works well with picture books, as it’s hard to pick up one that’s really bad compared with novels.

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    1. I can’t take the credit for it, but I’m really enjoying it after doing the 50 books challenge for myself this year. It’s a great chance to take time out with my son and get him into books.

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    1. Yes, I think we definitely struggled to keep interest through it. I think the complicated names are both hard for me to read (I speak really quickly) and for N to follow who’s who. A bit like Meg & Mog books which I thought I used to like as a child, but they’re awful to read.

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