weekend links: 11/15

Hi everyone and happy Friday! So I am changing a little how I do weekend links. I think that I will either pick a topic and show case a few things from that topic. This week book list of books that I will be getting for Jase. I read on a blog that I follow that they do the 24 days of book during December... I think that is an awesome tradition to start with my son. So here are some books that I will be adding to our collection.

1. Fast and SlowLittle ones love things that go. Introduce first vocabulary about modes of transportation with this essential baby book. The appealing, textured illustrations compare slow-moving 
vehicles like hot-air balloons and bikes with speedy machines like cars and rockets.

2. Clare Beaton's Farmyard RhymesName and count the animals in these farming rhymes which include "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep," "To Market, To Market" and "Six Little Ducks," all tailored to 
develop language, movement and relationship skills.

3. Noah's Arch: The simple language and vibrant colors of Lucy Cousins’s beloved NOAH'S ARK breathe fresh life into a timeless story that has never failed to fascinate children. Now, with this new board book edition, even the youngest of children can savor a visual feast of pink flamingos, green alligators, and great gray elephants in a simple, sturdy format featuring a larger trim size, an eye-catching new cover, and a rainbow on the final spread.

4. Twinkle, Twinkle: An Animal Lover's Mother GooseHere is a collection of old favorites from Mother Goose, dressed up with irresistible humor. Illustrating the poems are photos of real animals posed in extraordinary painted scenes, resulting in campy and adorable scenes sure to beguile youngsters and their hip parents. Full color.