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19 children's books we read the most in 2013

Published: Thursday, Feb. 27 2014 11:41 p.m. MST

"No Fits, Nilson!" by Zachariah Ohora Next List » 19 of 19 « Prev
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Nilson and Amelia do everything together. But if one little thing goes wrong, Nilson throws the biggest, house-shaking fit ever! Amelia helps Nilson control his gorilla-sized temper with a promise of banana ice cream. But in the end we see Amelia sometimes needs calming down too. This darling book with a twist is great for preschoolers when discussing tantrums, discipline, and the need to control our tempers. But it’s not just for children. This book made me realize there’s a gorilla in all of us. Sometimes lurking too close to the surface.
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Br. Jones
North East, MD

Thanks for this lovely list!

Just Me
Richfield, UT

Great List!!! Read some with my own children.

You should try "You Should, You Should"

It teaches a great lesson for all ages!

archemeedees
Tooele, UT

I loved the list, but what I loved even more was laughing and sharing with my husband the first paragraph and sentence following. Have you been over here lately? :)

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