Kids and reading is a topic which we are naturally enthusiastic about. But, sometimes, children keep bringing you the most tedious book to read, which they clearly love. Have you ever been tempted to hide these books?
In our house, the three year old has developed obsessions about the Traffic Club books, which are brilliant at teaching kids road safety, but very dull for the grown up to read again and again. Other books that top my list of ones to hide are anything by Richard Scarry, and the Topsy and Tim and Berenstain Bears series.
I have to stress that my three year old loves them. I think the appeal of reading about real life situations is very strong. I do gather my patience and read them, but I have to admit to hiding them when we've read the same one every night for a week!
What books do your kids love, but make you groan (inwardly or outwardly) when they bring them out? Do you hide them when you can't take any more? When you take them out of the kids' bookcase, where do you hide them?