The rhyming text and vibrant illustrations will make this one of your child's favorite books. He will want to see the laughable things a group of babies do from singing to bouncing on the bed over and over again.
The simple, repetitive language and lovely pencil drawings will make this book one of your child's favorites. Older siblings will also enjoy listening to this tale about the tricks a little brother plays to get his older brother's attention.
This classic shows childen what happens during a typical day on a farm from dawn to night. It is a wonderful book for young children who are learning about animals and animal sounds. The rhyming text is appealing to young children also.
Your child will love finding out what a bunny family of seven does at each hour of the dayâfrom waking to going to bed. She will enjoy the rhyming text and finding the clock that appears in a different spot in each illustration.
Watch the freight train zoom over the countryside, across a high bridge and through a dark tunnel. Bold colors and simple text make this the perfect book to share with your child. If your child enjoys Freight Train, some other transportation books by Donald Crews include Truck and Airplane. Caldecott Honor, 1979
¡Pío Peep!: Traditional Spanish Nursery Rhymes/¡Pío Peep!: Rimas Tradicionales en Español
by Alma Flor Ada
This collection of traditional Spanish nursery rhymes is the perfect addition to any family library. Written in both English and Spanish, each rhyme draws from a rich history of Spanish and Latin American culture.
Esta colección de cuentos españoles tradicionales es la adquisición perfecta para cualquier biblioteca familiar. Escrito en inglés y español, cada verso incluye detalles de la rica historia de las culturas españolas y latinoamericanas.
Babies, Toddler, Preschooler
Poetry, Spanish and Bilingual
by Margaret Wise Brown
This is a book that helps young children settle into sleep as they learn the names of familiar and new objects--from mittens and kittens to "a bowl full of mush." The detailed illustrations, like the young mouse that moves around the room from page to page, and the objects that reappear on pictures that hang on the walls of the room, encourage children to follow the story and contribute to it. You might hear your child say, "Look, the little bears are also in the picture on the wall!"