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7 perfect first books for your baby

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  • Building your baby's book collection doesn't need to be put off until he can read. There are so many great visually stimulating and interactive books that provide opportunities to snuggle with, and connect with your little one early on, build a foundation for language development, and even get his fine motor skills engaged. As a bonus, giving books as gifts eliminates the need for a card: just sign and date the inside cover and it instantly becomes a keepsake.

  • Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd

    Gifting a classic is always a safe bet. Goodnight Moon has been a favorite in our home since my girls were infants. The story is relaxing, the visuals are stimulating, and it helps your little one wind down for the night. This board book is durable, and the perfect size for little hands – or parents with full hands.

    Goodnight Moon

  • Dada by Jimmy Fallon

    Lots of celebrities have written children's books, but the host of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon brings a unique take that will not only keep your baby engaged but also make parents laugh. Fallon's first children's book, Your Baby's First Word Will Be DADA, is about his hilarious attempt to make at his child say "Dada" first.

    DADA

  • Baby Touch and Feel: Animals by DK

    There are two things little babies love – animals and textures. This board book combines both and makes reading to your little one interactive as it has different textures on each page. Encouraging her to touch the pages will help develop her fine motor skills while introducing her to early language development. Its small size makes it perfect for throwing into a diaper bag.

    Baby Touch and Feel: Animals

  • Indestructibles by Amy Pixton and Stephan Lompf

    I discovered this series of books when my youngest daughter was an infant, and boy am I glad I did. These books really are indestructible and are the perfect gifts for an active, curious baby. They can pull, tear, tug, and chew these because they are rip-proof and waterproof. They include bright pictures and with few or no words, which make it easy for babies to follow them.

    Indestructables: Baby Let's Eat

  • Bath Time! by Sandra Boynton

    Storytime doesn't have to be limited to bedtime! My daughters loved having books in the bath, and this bath book by one of our favorite authors, Sandra Boynton, delivers engaging content in a waterproof design.

    Bath Time!

  • ABC Is For Circus by Patrick Hruby

    ABC books are a great way to introduce the alphabet with bright colors and pictures. This book, ABC Is For Circus, has been a family favorite of ours. Little ones love the bold colors. These books are perfect for infants and grow with children as they get older and start to learn letters.

    ABC Is For Circus

  • This Little Trailblazer by Joan Holub and Daniel Roode

    This Little Trailblazer is a fun book of influential women, highlighting their accomplishments with fun facts and great illustrations. My girls received this book as a gift a few years ago, and it's been in constant circulation in our bedtime reading stack. It's never too early to talk to your kids about diversity and the power of persistence. Plus, there is nothing cuter than hearing a 2-year-old recognize "Malalala" or "Roobe Bredges” after being read this book for a few years.

    This LIttle Trailblazer: A Girl Power Primer

  • Amazon Prime Book Box

    If you can't just pick one book and want to give a gift that keeps giving throughout the year, Amazon Prime Book Box is perfect. You designate the age range and choose how often you'd like books to arrive, and Amazon takes care of the rest.

    Amazon Prime Book Box


  • Watch the video: How To Teach A Child To Read - In Two Weeks (June 2022).


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