Books the Whole Family will Love
Does your family love to read together? Do you have a hard time finding books everything will love? Here is a list of books the whole family will love!
Reading books together is one of our favorite ways to spend time together as a family. When you read a book together as a family you are making meaningful and lasting connections.
If you want to learn more about how to best make these connections I reccomend reading The Read Aloud Family by Sarah McKenzie.
Because reading books as a family is a past time we love it is important that we find books we all enjoy. This isn’t alway easy as it needs to be appropiate in content for a child but engaging and complex enough for adults to enjoys it too.
Book Series for the Whole Family
There is just something about a book series that our family loves. Book series give you time to fall in love with the characters and become invested in their journey.
We have read our share of book series over the years but there are some that just stand out. Some that are all around family favorites. We all agree that the books in these series are some the whole family will love!
Authors the Entire Family will Love
Each of these authors are like old friends. We have laughed with them and cried with them. Our family has yet to read any of their books that we did not love. We hope they bring your family as much joy as they have brought ours!
Extending the Family Fun
Do you love extending the books you are reading with activities? We do too! I find this to be a great way to get children to do things they may not enjoy like writing just because she have fallen in love with characters in the books.
We love extending books into homeschool lessons so much that many of our products are based on book series. Make sure you check them out by clicking on the images below.
How to Track the Books Your Family Read Alouds
If you are looking for a way to easily keep track of the books you read in your homeschool, I highly suggest the GoodReads app. GoodReads let you have as many “shelves” as you’d like. I have one for every homeschool year so far. You can scan the books and add them to your shelves with ease.
Another option for logging your books is using this free printable book log. It is perfect for tracking the books you’ve read and easy to add into a homeschool portfolio if you have to keep one.