Books I can’t wait to get my grubby little hands on.

12 Oct

Okay, maybe my hands aren’t grubby — like everyone, I’ve been washing and santizing them like crazy.  But there are a couple of books coming out soon that I REALLY REALLY can’t wait to read!:

  • Thomas, Jan.  Here Comes the Big Mean Dust Bunny! I ADORED the first one, which had the four dust bunnies finding rhymes while trying to stay away from the vacuum menace.  This one will probably prove to be just as much fun (and sneakily educational).
  • Willems, Mo.  Big Frog Can’t Fit In.  Okay, this one is already out.  But I haven’t seen it yet, so I’m still anticipating the fun that’s to come.  Four words: Mo. Willems. Pop. Up.  What’s not to love already??

What books are YOU looking forward to?  Please share!!

2 Responses to “Books I can’t wait to get my grubby little hands on.”

  1. missmaryliberry October 12, 2009 at 2:29 pm #

    Oooh, I’m jealous! LOVE Amy Krause Rosenthal too — especially Yes Day and Little Pea. Thanks for sharing — I’ll look forward to all of those!

  2. Holly October 12, 2009 at 1:41 pm #

    Not to brag or anything, but BIG FROG just came this morning, and it’s just as wonderful as I’d hoped it would be! 🙂 Mo Willems’s books I *always* look forward to!! Cat the Cat, Who Is That? coming in February, too.
    How about the terrific alphabet-soup eating Martha series by Susan Meddaugh? Can’t wait for the new one coming in January: Martha Says It With Flowers.
    Amy Krouse Rosenthal is another favorite of mine, and she’s got a couple coming in March, including: Bedtime for Mommy – great premise!
    And next August – Judith Schachner’s Skippyjon Jones at School!!
    Yup, we’re in for TREATS!!!!!!!

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