Ninjago?!?!

Yep, that is what we are reading! Ninjago books! Now if you are not familiar with the whole Ninjago thing--GOOD FOR YOU! I blame my mom completely. She read one to him while we were in Mobile and he is hooked. My niece loves them to (of course!) We ordered the next three in the series! Yes....series!

Holy moly! They are these little Lego guys with dramatic backstories cared for by their cute little old sensei. There are words like Shinjitsu, scythe, and more. I mean, this is serious stuff and T loves it. 

To maintain my sanity, I throw in some favorites. I HAVE TO! Seriously, reading these reminds me of when he checked out those books at the library. I seriously like Ninjago more. Just sayin'! 

We woke up this morning (too early) and he said, "Oh mommy...." 
AH!!!! The first day of my summer begins with a couple of Ninjago treasures! If you have a little guy or gal that likes action, check them out. They are not violent or inappropriate and the pictures are fun. As much as I do not enjoy reading, I put on a great show and watching him makes me enjoy them more! He loves these books and when N walked in, T said "Daddy, I just love to read." Looks like we'll be buying the rest of the series....
Are there books you don't like to read with your child? Surely I'm not the only one!

8 comments:

  1. We like Hank the Cow Dog, and Alexander's Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day, mostly because we often quote it when things are going as planned. And of course there is Amelia Bedelia.

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    1. I don't know Hank the Cow Dog!!! Off to check that out! Thanks for commenting!

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  2. I actually like Ninjago, maybe coz I am a Lego fan? They are cute! I even went out to buy a few (read - some) Ninjago Lego set for me *oppss I mean my boy to build and play with.

    I hate Pokemon! Ok Pikachu is cute but how the hell are you suppose to pronounce the other pokemon's name????

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    1. Ew! Pokemon! So glad that was before our time!!! Just finished reading Ninjago Rise of the Snakes for the 36th time! :)

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  3. I could definitely relate to this article -- and no, you are definitely not alone! Great post!

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    1. Right?!?! Some books are just not as fun as others!

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  4. My son is in his early 20's now but I loved to read to him and loved to find new books in the library. But, there were a couple of books which he loved, and I could not stand. I think most parents could relate to this post, if they aren't busy reading Boring Book X to youngster for the 100th time.

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  5. Ha!!!! We are big readers, too. Your post makes me wonder what our next Boring Book X will be!

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