The Itsy Bitsy Spider is a book for all ages and guaranteed to induce smiles and giggles.
From: Lil’ Fingers Storybooks and Games
Select books that appeal to infants & toddlers. Look for bright colors, sharp contrasts between picture and page and rhythmic writing
Caps for Sale: A Tale of a Peddler, Some Monkeys and Their Monkey Business is an absurd and very simple story has become a classic, selling hundreds of thousands of copies since its first publication in 1940.
In Too Big for Diapers is a fun Sesame Street board book with potty training in mind.
Fancy Nancy and the Posh Puppy: When her family decides to get a dog, she’s certain she can be fancier than ever. After all, a papillon—a small, delicate, fluffy dog—is the ultimate accessory. But her family wants a large, plain dog. How unglamorous!
Freckleface Strawberry is a wonderful children’s book from Actress Julianne Moore.
The Incredible Book-Eating Boy, Henry loves books. In fact, he literally devours them. And the more he eats, the smarter he gets. When he starts eating too many too fast, he can no longer digest them, and their contents get all mixed up.
Mary and the Mouse, The Mouse and Mary is the story, about the lifelong friendship between a little girl and a little mouse, is totally cute, but it’s the incredible artwork from Barbara McClintock that makes this one a must-read.
Peek-A Who? is a fun board book. Nina Laden’s illustrations in this simple, rhyming board book are truly magical.
The Story about Ping is a sweet and funny book with wonderfully rich and colorful illustrations.
Little monsters and goofy goblins take center stage in this silly, spooky spin on Clement C. Moore’s beloved poem.
But what will happen on Halloween when the monsters come face to face with human trick-or-treaters in this fun-filled book The Night Before Halloween
Children who love books learn to read. Books can be part of special time with your child.
Do Unto Otters: A Book About Manners is a guide to manners that anyone would be delighted to follow.
Here beloved children’s author Laurie Keller brings the “Golden Rule” to life in the form of Mr. Rabbit and his new neighbors, the Otters, who animate every page with their well-behaved hi jinks, showing kids that a simple “please” or “thank you” goes a long way in making friends.
Kids have good and bad days. This book shows them a bit about how to deal with it in a fun story.
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