Picture Books Linky

I think one of my new found favorite things about blogging is linky parties! They are always so much fun to blog about! This time, I'm liking up with Run! Miss Nelson's Got the Camera! First of all, LOVE her blog! AND her blog name! AND that she loves chevron!! Hahaha!
Anyways, I'm probably missing several that I will stumble upon over the coming weeks, but here's my list of all-time favorite read alouds:
A CLASSIC!! I still love the story,
especially since it is in Paris!
Just a plain fun book!
Another classic- I remember my 5th
grade teacher reading this to us!
Had to include a little poetry! So many fun
concrete poems!
I uncovered this fun book a couple years
ago! Love it!
I will start crying when I read this book,
 but it had to be included in the mix!
I LOVE this book! Another 5th grade memory
I've realized I really like historical fiction :)
Umm, come on, probably one
of my favorite all-time elementary
Maybe a little old for elementary
,but I LOVE this book too!
Lois Lowry is AWESOME!
Such a precious book :)
So now go link up for yourself!

Love, Allie


  1. Allie- I love your book selections. I remember reading Number the Stars in 5th grade. Thanks for linking up.

  2. Flicker Flash caught my eye since I've just finished up a poetry unit with my 1s and 2s. I put it right into my cart over at Amazon. I decided to visit your blog based on the title "The Gypsy Teacher". I thought that was a sure sign you were teaching outside the U.S. :) How cool to stop by and see that you are interested in missions and finishing up at Oral Roberts. I am teaching in Niger at a school for Missionary Kids and other English speaking students. Several of our graduates have actually gone on to Oral Roberts University...maybe you've crossed paths with them. You know if you decide in the future to pursue missions you should check out our school at www.sahelacademy.com . We are seeing the number of non-English speaking missionaries increasing in our country which is a really cool thing but we are in increasing need of teachers like you who are graduating with skills in teaching English as a second language. Would love to tell you more about it if you are interested stop by my blog "The Bee in Beth's Bonnet".

  3. I love so many of the same books! Great choices! I'm so glad you entered my giveaway...now I'm following your blog!


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