Going to the beach with
Lily and Milo Going to the Zoo with Lily and Milo
by Pauline Oud
In these charming stories about an innocent rabbit, Lily, and her
mischievous mouse friend, Milo, there is a fun focus on a child’s daily
activities. The repetition of different objects on each page serves as a memory
game for toddlers, the cheeky humor creates a unique learning experience, and
rounded corners and heavy paper will stand up to tiny hands turning pages.
The Big Baby book by Guido van Genechten
person and animal starts out as a baby; some babies are bald and some have hair
all over their bodies. Some babies can only lie down while others can
immediately stand on their own feet, and all babies are hungry, of course.
Designed to help young children prepare for the arrival of a new baby brother
or sister, this wonderfully illustrated board book of baby animals is
oversized, making it perfect for lap reading.
My daddy by Guido van
and tender story about a boy and his dad, this book encourages fathers and sons
to play games and interact, just like the characters. Activities include the
boy sitting on his dad's shoulders, crawling between his legs, flying high
above his head, riding on his back, and the listening to him tell a story. The
full-color artwork and oversized format makes reading fun and provides the
perfect opportunity for family bonding.
Ricky is Brave by Guido van
Guido van Genechten does it again, here reassuring kids about being brave
enough to face their fear of the dark.
“Are you brave enough to sleep outside all alone in a tent?” Mom and Dad
ask. “Of course,” Ricky says. “I’m not afraid at all!” Sound familiar?
Playing by Liesbet Slegers
a toy car, kicking a ball, stacking blocks, playing a drum, and reading a book
are just some of the ways a baby plays. With bright colors, simple shapes, and
straight forward language, this board book explores the toys and fun activities
in a child's daily life, while also enriching vocabulary and stimulating
language development. (age range: up to 3; up to Pre-K) Board Book.
Bathing by Liesbet Slegers
the tub with water, using a washcloth, and shampooing hair to playing with a
boat and drying with a towel, all the fun of taking a bath is depicted in this
board book that explores the daily ritual of washing. The bright colors and
simple shapes are ideal for toddlers, while the straightforward text will
further enrich vocabulary and stimulate language development. (age range: up to 3; up to Pre-K)
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