Introduce your child to the concept of “things that go” as you read about an ambitious pigeon who dreams of driving and flying. Be prepared for a fun, surprise ending!
If your toddler loves music and movement, this is the book for her. This rhythmic book will have you dancing across the floor with your little one.
Now that your toddler can turn the pages in a book and is eager to try and solve problems, this interactive chunky board book is just right for him. Someone or something is hiding under inviting flaps that your toddler will need to move so that he can answer the question posed.
This adorable counting book uses hugs to teach numbers! Fun predictable sentences illustrate a number, an event during the day and a reason for hugs.
A busy little toddler demonstrates lots of ways that his world can be quiet and loud. The examples of opposites, plus the word list pages at the end, provide an excellent variety of pictures for vocabulary building.
Join this tiny toddler to see morning from his point of view and find out who he sees as he starts his day. Beautiful illustrations give a clue, but you’ll have to turn the page to find out who he sees next.
No one can resist watching a train go by and wondering where it is going or what it is carrying. The text in this book is limited to a color and the name of the train car, but when put together, it’s like a moving rainbow.
It’s time for bed but baby Clifford keeps finding things he needs before he is ready to go to sleep. See what Clifford needs to finally say good night. This is story will get your little one ready for nap or bedtime.
Join the cute little driver and diverse passengers on a bus ride all over town. You can try to read the words, but will find yourself singing along to this well-loved song.
Your little one will enjoy this trip to the zoo and being able to touch and feel some of the animals. Use this book to help build vocabulary with the words from the text or the details in the illustrations.