Wee Society

Spotted! Wee Society Decals in Anthology Magazine

Wee Society’s You Know What’s Awesome? wall decals were just spotted in Anthology Mag's Family Issue.

“Wall decals make it really quick and easy to transition from a baby’s room to a preschooler’s space,” says Jill Robertson, co-founder, Wee Society. “And our decals were designed for interaction — our boys love moving them around — so the wall becomes a big canvas for play.”

The decals — and dozens more Wee Society designs — are available exclusively at art.com

What Wee Read

Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey

This charming classic won the Caldecott Honor in 1949, and it holds up as one of our kids' favorite bedtime reads. We love that little Sal (who is said to be based on the author's daughter) comes across as a real-life curious kid, rather than a girly stereotype. While gathering blueberries in her tin pail — “ku-plink, ku-plank, ku-plunk” —  little Sal and a bear cub get mixed up and accidentally follow after the wrong mom. The sweet story with lovely block printed illustrations should be in every kid’s home library.

What Wee Read

Brief Thief  by Michaël Escoffier

This book gets belly laughs from our preschooler. When Leon the lizard runs out of toilet paper, he wipes with what appears to be a pair of discarded underpants hanging on a tree. (Yep, gross.) Leon then hears what claims to be the voice of his conscience — guilting him into washing and returning the briefs. It’s a hilarious story about getting caught doing something you shouldn’t — with a surprise ending about what those underpants and voice really are. Brief Thief is the best book we’ve read this summer — and a pretty fun way to teach kids about doing the right thing.

What Wee Read

Little Pea by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Little Pea doesn't like eating candy for dinner. But his parents make him eat five pieces before he can have dessert: a big bowl of spinach – yum! Our kids relate to Little Pea (especially his classic blechhh expressions as he chokes down the candy), and giggle about the upside-downness of this playful little story.

What Wee Read

Almost Everything by Joelle Jolivet

We were sold on this book as soon as we saw its awesomely big size. And the bold block-print artwork is extra-engaging. Sort of a visual encyclopedia of the familiar and the completely random, it covers categories from Musical Instruments, to Boats, to Animals, to Costumes of the World. It's the perfect read for curious kids, and there's a guide in the back for parents who want to look up and share more facts about any single thing featured in the book.

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by Blexbolex

People is an exceptional, beautifully illustrated vocabulary lesson, similar to Seasons by the same author. Our kids love trying to identify the images that depict all sorts of people, from the common to the crazier – DJ, Doctor, Centaur, Cyclops, Yeti, Jockey, Genie, Farmer, and so on. It's the kind of book that inspires kids to make their own connections and come up with their own stories. Bonus: the dust jacket folds out into a rad poster.