Books for Toddlers
Great books for toddlers!
A young T-Rex loves his ABCs so much that he eats them up!
Spend a day with the animals in the big red barn.
As a peddler is taking a nap, all of his caps are stolen by a band of mischievous monkeys.
This rhyme invites readers to clap, jump, spin, wriggle, pat, and stretch in a variety of ways.
Clear color photographs of trucks at work will captivate the youngest heavy equipment fan.
Naughty little monkeys jump on the bed, only to fall off one by one and bump their heads.
Copy the movements of different animals, from head to toe.
As winter approaches, Mother Bear helps her cub get comfy before he falls asleep.
Little Nutbrown Hare wants to show Big Nutbrown Hare how very much he loves him.
Fourteen fun hand rhymes to practice with your children.
A mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling.
Mothers tell their babies how much they love them.
Visit a small, small pond through the seasons.
Lloyd asks his animal friends if their mama is a llama like his. His friends tell Lloyd about their mamas.
Rhyme with Jesse as he goes through his day.
Little Bear is just like his daddy until it comes to fishing, where he is just like his mommy.
Look through the hole and guess what will be on the next page in this book full of nature photographs.
It's bedtime for baby mouse, but he can't go to sleep without another...mother?
Mr. Gumpy is going for a boat ride, and the animals want to come along.