300 Picture Book Challenge #3

300 Picture Books Week 3Our progress slowed significantly this week. It’s not that we’ve been reading any less, more that we kept reading the same books over and over! Last week’s new titles remained firm favourites that we’ve returned to repeatedly – and for good reason as they are great books. I’m Not Sleepy by Jane Chapman continues to be the book of choice for bedtime. The favourite new read for Little Miss was probably Who’s There Spot.

The other reason for the lull is that we’ve now worked our way through most of the books we already owned. I’ve managed to unearth a few new ones but generally they are now few and far between. We’re planning a trip to the library tomorrow so hopefully we’ll have a bit of a refresh for next week.

That said, we’re already well on our way to getting through our first 100. This week we read 16 different books, taking our total so far to 69.

Taking part in the 300 Picture Book Challenge and following other people’s progress means I now have loads of new titles on my Amazon/library wish list – there are so many fab books out there that we’ve yet to get our sticky little hands on. I’m really looking forward to it!

You can follow our daily reading progress here on Pinterest.

Find out more and join in with the 300 Picture Book Challenge over on the Child Led Chaos blog.

Happy reading everybody!

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4 thoughts on “300 Picture Book Challenge #3

  1. I used to take part in a lot of reading challenges back before my twins when I had time to read – I never thought to look for a child friendly reading challenge and this looks perfect as my two LOVE picture books and we have a house full of them!

    • Hi, thanks for stopping by and it’s great to hear that you’ve just discovered the 300 Picture Book Challenge. We’re really enjoying taking part and there are lots of other parent bloggers/folk on Twitter doing it. There are prizes as well for an added incentive!

  2. Thank-you for linking up. As the weeks go by, different books slow down. I find myself hiding favourites and suggesting new ones sometimes 🙂

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