Does your child love The Day the Crayons Quit? Check out our favorite children’s books by Oliver Jeffers for even more fantastic selections!
It seemed like Oliver Jeffers was going to enter our lives one way or another.
The first time was when we read How to Catch a Star—except the book I borrowed from the library was in Spanish. Of course, I had no idea what the story was about, but my eldest appreciated it at the time when his dad read to him.
The second time was when I kept seeing this book about crayons popping up on the bestseller lists. And that’s how I realized The Day the Crayons Quit was illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.
Then, as if the world wanted to ensure I understood How to Catch a Star, my blogger friend Oana ran a giveaway for that book—and I won. So now I’ve read the book in Spanish and English.
And the one that cinched it all came when my cousin and his daughter visited from out of town and gifted us the video rendition of Lost and Found. My kids hadn’t read it yet, so off to the library we went to borrow the book, where we ended up borrowing nearly every Oliver Jeffers book along the way.
So yeah, I guess you can say we’re fans. And I’m hoping, after having read a few of these books below, you’ll be one, too.
Children’s books by Oliver Jeffers
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