5 classic books for baby

July 31, 2017

5 classic books for baby

The love of books and reading is something that we can instil in our babies from day 1. How? Reading to them, of course. Always choose age appropriate books that will spark your little one's imagination and interest, making sure the experience is fun and engaging with any of these selections:

Always choose age appropriate books that will spark your little one's imagination and interest, making sure the experience is fun and engaging. You can begin with any of these selections:

Corduroy by Don Freeman

Corduroy by Don Freeman


Who doesn't remember the story of this slightly shabby, yet adorable, teddy bear searching for a home and a much-needed button for his overalls. Thank goodness Lisa comes along and does everything she can to give him both!

 

Close Your Eyes by Kate Banks

Close your eyes by Kate Banks
Mother tiger is trying to get her cub to settle down to sleep by describing the dreams he may have. A great book for dealing with fear of the dark issues: "Dark is just the other side of light. It's what comes before dreams." 

 

Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney

Guess how much I love you by Sam McBratney
The lovely watercolor illustrations add a gentle touch to this sweet book about unconditional love. A perfect tale to share with your little one whom you love "all the way to the moon—and back."

 

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

The very hungry caterpillar by Eric CarleThe mixed-media collages in this book as just eye-catching. This simple yet memorable story has charmed millions 1969, the year it was first published. Follow the development of a newborn caterpillar while he eats his way to becoming a cocoon and emerging as a beautiful butterfly. An extra cute feature: your baby gets to poke his little fingers through the holes caterpillar leaves behind! 

 

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

Goodnight moon by Margaret Wise Brown


This is a classic bedtime story that follows a baby rabbit while he's preparing for bed, saying good night to all the things in his room and outside his window. Black and white drawings alternate with very colorful illustrations that grow dimmer as sleep is nearer. 

 

 




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