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I’m sorry that I haven’t pumped out as many posts as I have in the past. I can honestly say that Summer has definitely caught me in it’s grasp. Pulling myself to write has been a battle. All I want to do is lay down and do nothing, except whatever summer brings me, but that’s not really professional, is it? That’s why I’m working harder to write you some really good stuff to enjoy!
I haven’t written a booklist in a while, at least intentionally, so I thought it was time.
A Booklist of Wholesome Books for Girls, Ages 5-8
I really enjoyed books from series when I was growing up, so when I found new ones, I was super excited about it.
- The Cul-de-Sac Kids – This is a chapter book series that is exciting and lighthearted that often centers in on the humorous escapades of a group of young neighborhood friends. In each book, there is often a biblical teaching.
- Betsy and Tacy – I used to read these books, but I was already passed the age of really enjoying it, however, I do remember finding the stories to be fun. This series is a classic.
- Grandma’s Attic Series – I loved these books. I read every one of them. Great stories!
- Amelia Bedelia – I’ve recommended these books before, but honestly, can good books ever stop being suggested? All of these books are so comical, it’ll have your daughter laughing at the outlandish ideas of Amelia…
- Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy – The classic Fancy Nancy, has now become Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth! Find out how this stylish girl, figures out some mysteries.
- Young Readers’ Christian Library – These books are in a sleek format for today’s children that tell the story of the lives of Christian men and women, with vivid illustrations that’ll make the stories come alive!
- The Princess and the Kiss – I LOVE this book. In this little story, you will be enchanted by the value of a kiss, also known as, purity. Awesome book for girls…of ALL ages.
These books should keep your daughter’s attention and allow them to enjoy reading for some time.
When you were growing up, what were some books you really loved reading?