Page Turners: 5 Awesome Books For Back To School

The classroom bells have tolled! In celebration of the new school year, we've rounded up five books to get the littles excited for all the learning ahead.

1. Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty (illustrations by David Roberts

“Life might have its failures, but this was not it. The only true failure can come if you quit.”

This whimsical tale follows a strong-willed protagonist named Rosie who loves tinkering and inventing things. She learns a valuable lesson about perseverance and its many rewards.

2. The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt

Duncan's box of crayons feels under-appreciated, overwhelmed and at odds with one another, How will they make peace--and beautiful, rainbow-hued drawings once again?

3. The Incredible Book-Eating Boy by Oliver Jeffers

Henry gets his knowledge by eating books, not reading him. But when his tummy starts hurting from devouring too many words, he has to discover a new way of learning. This fun tale will get youngsters reading in no time.

4. Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown

Mr. Tiger wants to loosen up a bit, but will his neighbors accept his relaxed new outlook on life or will he be banished from the community? The lush artwork drives the story in this sweet little book about being yourself.

5. The Scrambled States of America by Laurie Keller

A clever, entertaining geography lesson, this colorful book is a perfect introduction to the United States of America.

These books are great for ages 4-8. We welcome suggestions for older kids in the comments below!

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