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Books are an amazing thing. I love them. Always have and always will! It is now time for me to share more books for girls age 5-8!
I have been LOVING all the comments I have received with my book suggestions for boys and girls, keep them coming. They have been wonderful encouragement for me to keep going at this. (And to think, I wasn’t wanting to do these…crazy me!)
When I look back to my younger years and what I’ve read, I realized that sharing these books is something I needed to do. I was the only child in my family to have my books that I read written down. I was the only one who was really required to right narrations of books, starting when I was in fourth grade. It was like, God was preparing me for this!
My love of writing, my love of reading, the pages of all the books I’ve read, pages long narrations…He really knew what He was doing. It sends shivers down my spine to think of how He has prepared me for my future. Goes to show how He knows the beginning and the end.
Don’t ever doubt that God loves you and that He wants to see you succeed!
I am really enjoying sharing all these books with other young girls, to encourage them to both read and learn some really great stuff. Reading was like a necessity for me and I want to share that same love with all children, girls and boys!
5 Incredible Books for Girls Age 5-8:
- The Princess and the Kiss
This book is so amazing! I loved this book when I was a little girl, and it still has a special place in my heart. The Princess and the Kiss encourages young girls to stay pure for their future husbands. Only the perfect man will get her first kiss.
- Keep the Light Burning Abby
I love the looks and history of lighthouses. It is so cool what they did for boats. This book was fun. It is up to Abby to keep the light of the lighthouse burning during a storm.
- My America
This series is the junior version of Dear America. It is a really exciting find for me! The book is “written” by a younger child and gives a wonderful journal entry of what is happening. (These books are meant for children older than five, or young children who read well).
- Flute’s Journey: The Life of a Wood Thrush
This book was read aloud to my brother and I years ago. In fact, this was the year we went all out on the study of birds. We could probably name any bird we saw in the Virginia area. The story is really cute. It tells a very captivating story of the migration of the little wood thrush, Flute. One of my favorite bird books.
- Dick & Jane
Easy reading for young children. There are the really easy books, and then the “harder” readers for older children. My Grandma lent me one of her “harder” Dick and Jane’s. I felt like an important person to know that I borrowed a book from my Grandma. (The things little kids think). They may be old books, but the joy of reading them is still there.
Do you write down the books your children read? I think it is a good practice to do, although, I must admit, I haven’t gotten it down…yet.I will receive commission on any sales made on my blog. To learn more, read my disclosure policy.