Sarah is loving books these days. She already has her favorites and asks constantly for us to read them to her over and over again.
I'm grateful to see this important habit growing in her life. After 3 toddlers I'm pleased to share my top pics for the 18 months thru 24 months age group.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?
by Bill Martin, Eric Carle
A classic and a must! Introduces rhyme, colors and animals.
by Peggy Rathmann
Funny and engaging. Very few words but great for observation and understanding the flow of a story. Learning new animals and introducing the zoo.
Hush! A Thai Lullaby
by Minfong Ho
A new take on lullaby books. This one is set in Thailand and also introduces new animals and the little baby who is "sleeping" is fun to spot on each page.
Eating the Alphabet
by Lois Ehlert
Super delicious way to introduce little ones to the alphabet and learn vocabulary and recognizing fruits and vegetables.
Ten, Nine, Eight
by Molly Bang
Counting down our way to bedtime is so sweet with this book.
Fuzzy, Fuzzy, Fuzzy
by Sandra Boynton
So irresistible to touch the pages on this silly book.
Fiddle I Fee
by Santiago Cohen
A well known rhyme/song with a twist. The illustrations are in bold colors and the sounds the animals make hilarious.
This Little Chick
by John Lawrence
One of the BEST books for a one year old! Beautiful rhyme, fun illustrations and a great book to learn animal sounds.
Have You Seen My Duckling?
and Silly Little Goose
by Nancy Tarufi
I love all her books. The silly ducks and goose and these stories will have your little ones smiling and pointing at the pages.
by Margaret Wise Brown
What book list for little ones is complete without this book?
This is Sarah's current favorite. Her favorite part is to say "hush" when the "quiet old lady" appears.
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