If you ever ask a little girl what her favorite color is, chances are her answer will be purple. This post is for everyone who love purple.
Purple, Green and Yellow
by Robert Munsch
illustrated by Hélène Desputeaux
When Brigid gets all the markers she wants and draws everything she can think of, what else can she do with them? A lovely story where art takes us beyond reality.
Lilly’s purple plastic purse
by Kevin Henkes
Lilly finds it hard to keep her excitement and enthusiasm to herself and it makes her do something she regrets. Thankfully, there is a solution to every problem and Lilly knows just what to do.
The letter P brings plenty of choices,
A title and illustrator:
Princess Prunella and the Purple Peanut
by Margaret Atwood
Illustrated by Dusan Petricic
When a gifted author finds as many words as possible starting with the letter P and successfully puts them all together into a story, the reader is in for a real treat. This is a great read aloud. Illustrated with details and humour.
An Author and illustrator:
The Tale of Peter Rabbit
A classic story with a main character children will identify with as well as parents, especially those who have a little Peter who has wandered in Mr MacGregor’s garden once or twice. Beatrix Potter’s lovely pastel illustrations portrait animals in familiar daily situations with incomparable charm.
The Paper Dolls
by Julia Donaldson
Nice Story about childhood and growing up. The repetition makes it a good read-aloud