Moo, Baa, La La La!
This classic board book about animal sounds is perfect to read aloud. The charming cartoons and silly rhymes are sure to get a laugh.
Simple illustrations paired with bold patterns introduce babies to all the animal residents of the farm. Almost wordless, this book is perfect for older babies.
Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed
An adaptation of the picture book, this board book brings the classic fingerplay to life through exuberant cartoon art. If this book is a hit, children can read more about the chimps’ mishaps while washing the car, baking a birthday cake, and more in Christelow’s other books.
What happens when Gossie the gosling loses her favorite pair of red boots? This book follows Gossie as she searches high and low for her beloved boots. For older babies, Gossie and her other goose friends are the stars of several picture books and lift-the-flap books.
My Colors/Mis Colores
A perfect introduction to colors, this bilingual book features the names of colors in both English and Spansh, paired with objects of that color. Great for babies as well as early readers.
This lift-the-flap book is a fun way to teach babies about the colors of common objects. More Flaptastic books are available about shapes, sizes, animals, and more.
Time for Bed
FOX, Mem. Illustrated by Jane Dyer
Time for all the baby animals to hit the hay! Dyer’s watercolor illustrations are soothing and peaceful as readers get ready to sleep.
Orange Pear Apple Bear
A delightful bear has some fun with fruit in this simple but charming book. With only five words (four of which are in the title!) this book plays off dual word meanings to create an engaging story.
A Good Day
Four animals are having a bad day — but not for long! Engaging watercolor and ink illustrations show babies how any day can become a good day.
Duck & Goose Find a Pumpkin
In their fourth board book appearance, Duck and Goose are searching for a perfect pumpkin of their very own. Warm autumnal colors make this a perfect book for fall reading.
A family takes a car ride to Grandma’s, depicted in sturdy die-cut pages and boldly colored illustrations. The text contains lots of fun action words to act out together while reading aloud.
Everybody get in the car! Babies will love the fun action words (vroom, vroom!) that accompany this family’s trip to Grandma’s house.
Where Is Baby’s Belly Button?
This lift-the-flap book is a perfect game of peek-a-boo, full of bright colors and patterns. A great introduction to eyes, feet, hands, and more.
Clever cutouts, fun rhymes and bright colors make for a great guessing game in this peek-a-boo book. Sure to keep babies and toddlers engaged until the very end.
Eight noisy trains make quite a racket in this lively board book. Perfect for young fans of Thomas the Tank Engine.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
MARTIN, Bill, Jr. Illustrated by Eric Carle
A repetitive rhyme makes it easy for babies and toddlers to join in on this classic board book full of colorful creatures.
Splish, Splash, Splosh!
Ten ducklings are ready to make a splash in this simple counting book. Perfect for reading by the kiddie pool.
I Kissed the Baby!
Bold, high-contrast illustrations make this a perfect board book for newborns. All the animals are excited to meet the new baby — but where is the baby?
Little Duck is in a hurry! The illustrations show Little Duck in bright yellow as he scoots under the hedge, rolls through the mud, and runs through the flowers, making it easy for young readers to follow along.
Humpty Dumpty and Other Rhymes
OPIE, Iona. Illustrated by Rosemary Wells.
An introduction to Mother Goose by folklorist Iona Opie, this series of nursery rhymes is perfect for reading aloud. Fans of Max and Ruby are sure to love Well’s charming illustrations.
How high can this little girl swing? Can her father push her higher than a giraffe? Higher than a mountain? This whimsical book features bright acrylic paintings that capture the fun of a swing set.
Good Night, Gorilla
It’s time for the zoo animals to go to sleep — but not if Gorilla can help it! A lively parade of animals might get the better of the zookeeper in this delightful romp through the zoo.
STRICKLAND, Paul & Henrietta
These prehistoric creatures are perfect for preschoolers learning opposites. The rollicking rhymes make this a great book to read aloud.
SUTTON, Sally. Illustrated by Brian Lovelock
Toddlers who love trucks will be sure to love this noisy book full of action words. Follow along as these machines build a road, step-by-step.
WILSON, Karma. Illustrated by Sam Williams
A bedtime story all about hugs, smooches, tickles and more. Best read with a trusty teddy bear close at hand!
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe: A Counting Nursery Rhyme
Count to ten at the circus in this book, which features fun cutouts of shapes that transform into circus scenes. This classic nursery rhyme is given a boost through bright colors and fun illustrations.