|My three-year-old has, overnight, lost interest in baby board books and wants real paper, and stories. Yay! Reading with him is so much more fun now that it's not just pointing out all the fire trucks. Where do I go from here?
Background: he used to spend hours with books like Richard Scarry series, pointing out all the things. He has been in a bit of a slump lately and not reading so much—Then I read a comment in, of all places, a potty training book, about people who don't level up their kids environment when they hit the big kids stage. So on a whim, I got a story book with real paper and a plot, and he loved it. He has been acting it out with his little people ever since!
I don't know why didn't think about this sooner but it's just what he needed and now I'm looking for some more books. We have tried, and liked: Goodnight Moon, No David, Go Dog Go and Harry Mclarry. We have Dr. Seuss and Robert Munsch. What are some great no miss books for kids this age who are growing out of the board books?