by Lodovica Trevisan
Reading out loud to babies from birth to two years of age increases vocabulary, language and literacy that leads to later school success.
But that's just the frosting on the cake.
Babies delight in reading together with adults. Whether it's Dr. Suess or other famous big name, the sparkle in your baby's eye is worth it!
Browse our top 10 list and see how many you already have in your library!
A tiny caterpillar emerges from his egg -- and he's hungry! Curious fingers poke through the very food the caterpiller gnawed. Follow along as he eats his way through and book and turns into a beautiful butterfly
This interactive classic remains on the top list because it's so interactive -- we love touching the bunny's fur, playing peekaboo, and more. For the Nerdy Baby, we recommend "Pat Schr&oum;dinger's Kitty," The seven colorfully illustrated activities will delight any infant who is interested in exploring theoretical physics.
A rabbit attempts to postpone bedtime by saying goodnight to every object in his sight in this classic children's book. Certainly none of our children would attempt such a feat!
Attractive photographs show parents and children from around the world while showcasing all the different ways that babies can be carried (and cuddled).
A poetic, playful text and sweet, scratchy illustrations bring this mischievous kitten, along with her mom and siblings, gloriously to life.
"A cow says MOO. A sheep says BAA. Three singing pigs say LA LA LA!" No, that's not right! We encourage your and your baby to enjoy this serious silliness for all ages.
Babies love to look at other babies. In this adorable book, you and your baby will get to smile, sing songs, and do fun actions together.
"Where are Baby's hands? Under the bubbles! Where are baby's eyes? Under her hat!" Babies play peek-a-boo in this interactive book and your tot can join right in.
A loving family catalogs all the fun things their smiling baby can do -- from clapping and crawling to splashing in the tub and kissing good night.
"A told B, and B told C, 'I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree.....'" This tropical alphabet rhyme is beloved by many!
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