Once a week Heidi goes to the library (Biblioteca) at school and brings home a book. It is fun to see what she picks out.
When she was at the Montessori school, she would come home on Tuesday nights with a book for homework. We would all gather around and she would read to us. This was something we looked forward to as a family so I am very happy that her trips to the library will help us continue this family reading time.
Last night she brought home a book called Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus by Mo Willems.
The story starts out with the Bus Driver asking the reader to watch his bus so he can step away but before he goes he say, And Please don't let the pigeon drive the bus.
As soon as he leaves, the pigeon shows up and starts pleading his case on why you, the reader, should allow him to drive the bus. Everything from nicely asking to pleading to a temper tantrum.
We were laughing through the entire book!
The illustrations were so simple and complemented the story perfectly. I highly recommend you pick up this book, even if you do not have a child in the house.
I searched Amazon for the link and found that Mo Willems has written a few other Pigeon stories that I intend to search the library for next time we are there! Then I found his website that has activities! I am totally smitten!