Here are some of my favorites:
What child isn't fascinated by markers and doesn't attempt to color on themselves at some point? Well, Brigid is not unlike any normal child except for the fact she has some super-permanent ink markers and must use some creativity to solve some major problems that arise!
Thomas' Snowsuit is another Munsch classic! It is the hilarious story of a little boy who absolutely does not want to wear his snowsuit!
Every parent knows exactly what this story is about! This book would be great for preschool age children.
This wonderful story teaches children to be individuals and not follow the crowd. When Stephanie shows up at school wearing a ponytail, everyone hates it. The next day though, everyone has a ponytail! Over several days, Stephanie changes her hairdo only to find everyone else copying her the following day. You'll have to read to find out how this story ends!
What parent hasn't experienced the grocery store tantrum? Tyya's dad won't buy anything "good" at the store, but he ends up leaving with something money could never buy.
This book tells the story of a little girl who finds a baby in a hole in her sandbox and tries to find her a home. In the end, she finds a truck driver who gives her a home. Some find the story disturbing because of this, but I just remember thinking as a child it was such a sweet story. Kids will enjoy the sweet story, and if anything, this story opens up a great discussion about who to trust and what and who to go to if a child needs something.
This books tells the story of a little boy who takes his baby sister to school for show and tell and the hilarious chaos that ensues.
Aaron hates his tangled hair, so his hair decides to leave! Kids will love the chaos that occurs afterward.
Last but definitely not least, Pigs is the story of Megan who is told to feed the pigs but not open the gate! You can imagine what she does and the hilarious events that happen as a result!
What is your favorite Robert Munsch book?