When books mirror our lives, they are more fun to read. Here are some of our favorite Mathical children’s book titles featuring brothers, sisters, and family antics!
Rafael likes to build things. Essie likes to knock them down. What will it take for Rafael to create a barrier of makeshift objects…to earn a little privacy to play? (Ages 2-4)
When two sisters look at the stars, they see different things. Is it the Big Dipper, a kite, or possibly a digger? Angles of vision make all the difference. (Ages 2-4)
These two sibs both like snacks…but whose snack is bigger? Is it taller, wider, heavier? How can they decide who has more? (Ages 2-4)
When Uma Wimple sets out to decide what makes her house a home, the people who live there are a big part of the answer! (Ages 5-7)
When Charlie and Lola go with Mom to the store, Lola is allowed to choose one thing…. The rule seems simple…or is it? (Ages 5-7)
What happens when you think you know your family & your place in the world…and suddenly, your life has a whole new shape of its own? (Ages 11-13)
Do you have more stories about family to recommend? We welcome your nominations for the Mathical Book Prize here.