Great Children’s Books, Part 2

Here at Rebounderz, we know the importance of, and the endless effort that goes into, raising children. That’s why we are proud to offer a reprieve for parents and kids at our Sunrise, Fl trampoline park, where everyone can let go and have fun for a few hours. But there’s a lot more to raising kids than super crazy fun trampoline park escapades. Maybe one of the few parts of child raising that can compete with the fun of a trampoline park is curling up at the end of the day with a great book. If you’re looking for ideas, here are some great children’s books.

Good-Night, Owl!

For budding young animal lovers everywhere, this fun little children’s book by Pat Hutchins follows Owl trying to go to bed in his tree. However, new animals keep showing up, and he can’t get any sleep! Your kid will love naming all the animals in this cumulative tale, and it’s a great way to get them ready for bed — just like Owl!


This classic written by Janell Cannon is an award winning worldwide best seller, with over 500,000 copies sold. Follow the story of Stellaluna, a young bat who is lost and must find her way home to her family and friends.

Guess How Much I Love You

This children’s book written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram follows Little Nutbrown Hare. Little Nutbrown Hare shows his daddy Big Nutbrown Hare how much he loves him by reaching as wide as he can and jumping as high as he can. But Big Nutbrown Hare is bigger, and shows Little Nut Brown Hare that he loves him even more by reaching even farther and jumping even higher. What does Little Nutbrown Hare do? You’ll have to read to find out!

Time For Bed

Written by Mem Fox and illustrated by Jane Dyer, this children’s book boasts gentle watercolors and fun and easy repetitive rhymes. It’s the perfect story for the little ones when it’s, wait for it… time for bed!

Falling Up

This compendium of poems and drawings will make a great addition to any kid’s library. Whether you’re reading about Poor Screamin’ Millie, Allison Beals and her twenty five eels, or Danny O’Dare and the dancin’ bear, Shel Silverstein’s whimsical stories are sure to fascinate you and your little one.

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly

We have all heard the old song about the old lady who swallowed a fly, and now we get Simms Taback’s take on the subject. Adorned with creative die-cut artwork, this re-imagined favorite will have you and your child in stitches.


Hopefully you’ll be able to enjoy at least one or two of the books on this list with your little one. And if they’re just too full of energy, you can always let them play it out at our Sunrise trampoline park. We also host kid’s birthday parties and other events. Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions.

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