This book's "I-spy" format creates a great environment for talking about the animals your child finds. Look for the featured animal on each page, or make it more challenging by looking for other suggested animals. The surprise pop-out spread at the end creates an extra big hide-and-seek scene -- perfect for building pre-reading skills.

This simple book about a little boy and his unusual pet will keep your child engaged with colorful pictures and a surprise ending. The story is bilingual, so it provides rich vocabulary-building opportunities.

Every day is a fun day with this story of a little dog, his friends and their action-packed week. Your child will enjoy the simple colorful pictures and the rhythmic verses – each contains a day of the week and an action word that reflect the picture.

Your child will enjoy finding this silly elephant as he tries to hide among the flowers, in between the sheets and even under the table. This book introduces your child to prepositions in a fun, easy-to-understand way.

Your child will enjoy this interactive lift-the-flap book with simple, repetitive text. As he relates to the feelings he sees identified in the book, give him opportunities to express his thoughts and ideas.

Join the adventures of an unhappy chameleon as he searches for a color of his own. This book’s simple illustrations make it fun to watch the chameleon change color. A Color of His Own can be used to engage your child in conversations on a variety of topics, especially feelings and friendship.

This sturdy board book is perfect for little hands and features an energetic chorus-line of ten terrific rabbits, singing and hopping their way into your child’s imagination.

In this game, you can use names of favorite people, pets or things to introduce the idea that the words we say are made up of different parts.

Creating games for two-year-olds is a great way to get them interested in letters. With this simple hide-and-seek game, use their natural curiosity and desire to play to introduce letter names.

Does your child love to experiment and create new things? This activity has the right combination of science, art and math.