Tag Archives: Baby Books

Great Books for Your Baby

Great Books for Your Baby Babies as young as 3 months can now start to enjoy books during their ‘tummy time’. We suggest Roger Priddy’s Hello Baby: Flash Cards as baby’s first book. These high contrast flip cards on a plastic ring are a perfect introduction to books. We started our grandson, T. J. on…
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First Books for Babies

First Books for Babies British author Roger Priddy has created books for babies as early as 3 months old. New research shows that young babies will start to focus on high contrast images during tummy time. I recommend Hello Baby: Flash Cards at $ 7.99 or Hello Baby: Faces or Animals at $ 4.99 each…
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Two R’s: Rhymes and Repetition

Two R’s: Rhymes and Repetition By 6 months, babies are ready for books with Rhymes or Repetition. Well tested on my grandson, or Pudgy Peek-a-Boo @ $ 3.99. Other great choices are Sandra Boynton titles including Moo, Baa, La La La at $ 5.99 and more recent favorites in the Llama Llama Hoppity Hop group…
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More Snuggle Time Classics

As little ones start to focus more on illustrations and not just your voice, it’s time to think about some of the classics that do have great illustrations. These would include board books by illustrator/authors Eric Carle , Bill Martin, Jr. and Don Freeman. I recommend The Very Hungry Caterpillar at $ 10.99, Brown Bear,…
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Love in Many Different Ways

Sharing books in these formative months have been proven to help foster a life-long love of reading. You don’t need any science to prove the deep and abiding love you have for your child or grandchild. I recommend several classic titles that well illustrate Love in different ways and from different vantage points. Whether it’s…
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A Mother’s Love and Home is Where the Heart Is

As a mother, I will devote one section to two great Dr. Seuss titles about mothers and the value of home. Are You My Mother in board at $ 4.99 and My Nest is Best in hardcover at $ 8.99 are two great toddler titles when your little one is ready for a beginning storyline.…
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