What Should Danny Do are Read Aloud interactive books that teach ages 4 – 10 the power of choice as well as the consequences for each. Each choice your child makes leads to a different ending to the story; teaching lessons on sharing, empathy, sibling rivalry and more. It is written in a choose-your-own-adventure style that is easy enough for children to understand, yet complex enough for multiple readings. If you are looking for something entertaining and educational, give one of these a try!
Once Upon a Northern Night by Jean Pendziwol–Recommended by Kelsey Timmer
Age Range: 4-7 years. Beautifully written and exquisitely illustrated, this engaging gem paints a poetic picture of a serene winter night.
The Throwaway Children by Diney Costeloe–Recommended by Kristie Sadowsky
Moloka’i by Alan Brennert–“Interesting Story with a side of History.” -Diane from Beulah
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah–Recommended by the Beulah-Hazen Bookworm book club
Breakfast at Sally’s by Richard LeMieux–Recommended by Craig Kohl
When Breath Becomes Air and Fixing My Gaze –Recommended by Carol Boeckel