You may have read these picture books before, as they aren't particularly new, but they have been a source of hilarity at our house over the last couple of weeks.
First of all, you should know that my son is a reluctant reader, especially when it comes to reading out loud. This is something that has come up in parent/teacher conferences the last couple of years, but he's been doing better recently.
Anyhow, he loves reading these two picture books out loud with me. He doesn't get all of the words right, and there is a lot of giggling involved, but if it makes reading out loud more fun for him, I don't care. In fact, with Jon Klassen's I WANT MY HAT BACK, sometimes the kids substitute "hairy toe" for "hat." This one also makes an excellent easy reader for little ones who are learning to read. It's right around the same difficulty level as Mo Willem's ELEPHANT AND PIGGIE books. My five-year-old daughter can read it. With my son, I read the bear's part, and he reads all of the other animal parts.
With ONCE UPON A COOL MOTORCYCLE DUDE, by Kevin O'Malley, there's a girl narrator and a boy narrator. So I read the girl's lines (the princess story), and he reads the boy's (the cool motorcycle dude story). It's a lot of fun. If I weren't worried about infringing on copyright laws, I'd post a vlog of us reading together.
Whether you read to your children or with your children, I highly recommend both of these books. :o)