Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems. This would be a good book for early readers. Students could use this book to come up with their own story, since this book tells a story of something that they might be able to relate to.
Many (if not most) avid readers first developed their love of books in childhood, under the guidance of a bookish parent. When you grow up with books lovingly read to you every day, it’s easy to carry that joy of reading well into adulthood. And, thankfully, really excellent children’s literature
I like the black and white city pictures with the cartoon characters on it. It makes it feel like a realistic fiction book. I’ve never seen book illustrations with photos and drawings together like this. It is really neat. I think everybody will like this book because it is about a little kid and because it has a stuffed animal in it. (best for ages 3 -5) Review by Lucy H., age 6, Tampa Bay Mensa