Here's part one of our 2017 reading list to prepare the whole family for a season of Bay Area Children's Theatre fun!The Rainbow Fish!
A favorite classic for anyone who loves a little sparkle and adventures under the sea! If you're too young for Rainbow Fish, try The Rainbow Fish finger puppet edition! And for more Rainbow Fish adventures, check out Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar!
This classic sells one copy every thirty seconds world wide! Looking for some companion pieces? How about I love Mom with the Very Hungry Caterpillar--just in time for Mother's Day? Or another Eric Carle gem, My First Book of Food, because it's never too early to become a Bay Area Foodie!
The Night Fairy
A longer read at 128 pages, The Night Fairy as the question "what if a fairy loses her wings?" If you're too young for The Night Fairy, author Laura Amy Schlitz just released her latest book, Princess Cora and the Crocodile last month.
From the wacky mind of Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, is one of his less terrifying pieces of kid lit. Other less popular choices include Danny Champion of the World, and when the kids are ready to learn where all of these crazy stories originated, his memoir of sorts, Boy
Time to get reading, and check back soon for part two of our summer reading list!