Best books for toddlers: The only 22 books you need - MotherlyYup, 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
Best Books for Toddlers
36 best books for toddlers
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.
This has absolutely been my favorite age so far for reading. A clever rhyming book about a kleptomaniac fox with striking illustrations. Tiger cut loose. This is the story of a family of bunnies raising a giant wolf baby dressed in a bunny suit. A B See is a beautifully illustrated alphabet book with wacky groupings of objects that start with each letter of the alphabet, making up the shape of that letter. Pretty to look at, and educational too!
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. That means that the best books for this diverse group meet them where they are, but also encourage them to stretch their abilities, staying relevant as kids grow. Toddlers like repetition, word play, and bold pictures, and since they have an innate sense of the ridiculous, any book that tickles their funny bones is sure to become an enduring favorite. Black Bird Yellow Sun Written and illustrated by Steve Light, Candlewick Press Deceptively simple, this book of colors will get your tot making up her own stories about what that black bird is up to in the green grass and under the purple grapes. Touch Think Learn: Vehicles Written and illustrated by Xavier Deneux, Chronicle Books The one-to-three-year-old-set will love exploring the outsides and insides of some of their favorite modes of transportation in this cool cutout book.