36 best books for toddlersAny suggestions? Big bold illustrations will always appeal at that age and you may have already come across the illustrator Nick Sharratt. His series of books for toddlers with Julia Donaldson bring together two absolute masters of this age group. Their brilliant Toddle Waddle , which comes as a board book still the most robust format for young toddlers like your son is a colourful follow my leader journey to the seaside with simple rhymes and repetition while Animal Music offers lots of opportunities to point out animals while making lots of musical noise. An exception is a new series from Campbell Books. Its push-pull-spin-slide books, such as Hello! It may just take a little exploring to find the right combination of text and illustration that works for you and your son at this stage.
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Yup, the caterpillar's still hungry! And just like him, when it comes to this book toddlers can't seem to get enough. Have a train-crazy kid? This book has great illustrations to help children learn the names of each type of train car. As you know, toddlers are curious about This book tackles one interesting phenomenon: how a baby bird comes from an egg!
By Lela Nargi May 22, Toddlers are active, curious, busy little people, intensely engaged in learning about the world around them. Books help them make sense of what they see , hear, think, and feel.
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Toddlerhood is a time of challenges , but it's also a time of great curiosity—and the perfect time to spark a lifelong love of reading in your little one. Reading with your toddler not only boosts brain power , but creates a special bond between you and your child that you'll always treasure. Toddlers want nothing more than to learn about the world around them, and books are a great way to introduce them to everything from basic concepts to big emotions. Little toddlers have BIG feelings. These books perfectly capture toddler emotions, while also teaching little ones how to cope with them. Todd Parr's signature vibrant illustrations help toddlers easily identify—and work through—the many big emotions they feel. Numbers, letters, colors, and more—the toddler years are filled with watching in awe as your little ones learn about the world around them.