The Little Blue Truck is a fun and rhythmic story with a moral. Read it with your child to find out the surprising ending. This one may quickly become a favorite!

Tails Are Not For Pulling explores the importance of being kind to animals. In a sweet and simple way, the author discusses acceptable ways to handle and care for pets and safe ways to approach animals.

Your 2-year-old may be starting to recall and answer questions about past events. Reminisce with your little one about a favorite experience she enjoyed in the recent past.

Your child can practice important small motor skills and hand-eye coordination using golf balls and paint.

Let your child have fun exploring letters by using rubber alphabet letter stamps and an ink pad.

The ability to hear and pay attention to the sounds in our environment and in our language is an important prereading skill. This activity will give your child fun practice in listening to and identifying animal sounds.

This fun, interactive book will not only expose your child to the alphabet, but also encourage your child to touch and trace the raised, textured uppercase and lowercase letters.

Simple, repetitive, rhyming text and beautiful drawings of children explore body parts and what we do with them. Your child will get caught up with the rhythm of the words and will have lots to say about what they can do with their hands, feet or eyes.

A little bunny decides he is going to run away, but no matter what outlandish scheme he creates, mother bunny will be there to find him. A great book to read to discuss feelings, or use as a “settling down for the day” book.

This fun book takes your child on an amazing adventure into the life of a small pond. The colorful illustrations introduce you to animals living on the land, in the air and under the water.