Your child will love learning how Miss Mouse and her best friend, a fun-loving preschooler, complete familiar daily routines. This book's ending--Miss Mouse being cuddled in bed by her friend--makes it an ideal bedtime choice.
More, More, More Said the Baby: Three Love Stories
by Vera B. Williams
This story tells the tales of Little Guy, Little Pumpkin, and Little Bird, and the love they receive from their families. Complete with colorful illustrations and rhythmic text, this is sure to become a child's favorite. Caldecott Honor, 1991
This book highlights the love that grows between a father and son as they do everyday activities together, from cleaning to playing ball. Young children will like to hear this classic over and over again.
A young Inuit boy is worried about the new baby in his house. Will there be enough room on mother's lap for him? His mother reassures him that there will always be plenty of room for everyone on her lap.
Owen receives an Easter basket full of his favorites treats--gumdrops, buttercream eggs, and a big chocolate bunny. He also receives a little marshmallow chick that he loves too much to eat. Your child will enjoy the bright pictures and simple, repetitive text of this holiday favorite.
This interactive book was first published in 1940 and has remained a favorite for babies and toddlers. Pat the Bunny depicts two children, Paul and Judy, who perform various actions, such as patting a bunny, putting on their mother's ring, and playing peek-a-boo. The book's special features--a hole for a ring and a furry bunny--invite children to do as Paul and Judy do.
This board book features a father helping his son explore the unique features of his own face. As the father talks about each feature, he describes each vividly. The poetic text and the brightly colored illustrations will delight parents and children. A mirror on the last page of the book is a surprise element that allows babies and toddlers to explore their own faces.
Your child will love hearing how one girl's early morning grouchy mood is romped and stomped away in the rain. This is the perfect book for any child who has ever had a morning when she just wouldn't get out of bed.