My favorites for 0-2
The pages of food are as entertaining as ever. A wonderful classic.
Full of effective repetitive rhyme, this is wonderful read aloud. The best part is when the scary bear arrives and then, reading as fast as you can, getting the family safely back home again. We always end the story feeling sorry for the bear who just wanted to be friends.
It took me a little while to figure out why my kids love this book so much. It tells the story of three owl babies waiting for their mother to come home, they are sure she is coming back, but are not absolutely sure until they see her come swooping home. All kids can relate to waiting anxiously for their parents to arrive and the wonderful safe feeling that follows.
A book of repetitive sing song rhyme that kids will quickly learn to read along with you.
It is easy to see why Sandra Boynton sets her books to music. The text lends itself to be read in a sing song way that will have kids be-bopping along.
The lulling rhyme and muted illustrations of various animals being tucked into bed sets a quiet tone for this perfect bedtime book.
An "I spy" book with wonderfully bright detailed illustrations. Help your child find the familiar nursery rhyme characters hiding on each page.
A baby llama asks each of his animal friends if their mama is a llama. Told with rhythmic verse that children love and a fill in the blank to guess the animals real mother will keep readers engrossed and entertained.
What are your favorites?