Once upon a time, I said we didn’t love treasuries at our house. Welllll … its time to eat some crow.

Lately, we’ve been reading lots of picture book treasuries, and we are LOVING THEM. They are perfect for longer reading sessions,  for taking on errands when you know you’ll be sitting in waiting rooms, and for building your family’s library with quality books on a budget.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • our very favorite collections – which treasuries we’re loving most (and which have added extras like audio downloads, CDs or even recipes!)
  • gift ideas for your favorite young readers
  • my biggest tip for choosing treasuries that your family will love

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Books from this episode:

(All links are affiliate links.)

James Herriot’s Treasury for Children: Warm and Joyful Tales by the Author of All Creatures Great and Small
Frog and Toad Storybook Treasury (I Can Read Level 2)
The Magical World of Strega Nona: a Treasury
Five Little Monkeys Storybook Treasury (A Five Little Monkeys Story)
Keats’s Neighborhood: An Ezra Jack Keats Treasury
Jan Brett’s Animal Treasury
A Beatrix Potter Treasury
Richard Scarry’s Busytown Treasury
The Very Eric Carle Treasury
Mike Mulligan and More: Four Classic Stories by Virginia Lee Burton
Make Way for McCloskey: A Robert McCloskey Treasury
A Little House Picture Book Treasury: Six Stories of Life on the Prairie
A Madeline Treasury
The Complete Brambly Hedge
Paul Galdone’s Folk Tale Classics Treasury
The Paddington Treasury: Six Classic Bedtime Stories
A Treasury of Curious George
HarperCollins Treasury Picture Book Classics

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Picture Book Treasuries


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