Here's a list of our favorite books for kids. Some are great stories, some have great rhythm and rhyme, some have beautiful photographs for identification, and beautiful illustrations, and some are great conversation starters. We are always finding new books, these are the ones we love. All Through My Town Busy Builders, Busy Week! Who Is Driving? My First Animals Solar System My First Words Whose Tools? All the World Little Blue Truck Leads the Way Weather My First ABC My
All Through My Town is written by Jean Reidy and illustrated by Leo Timmers. This fun book is full of beautifully detailed drawings and a fun rhyming rhythm. After we read through the story, we like to go back and look at details on each page, like the neat rows of bread, the scene in the cafe, or the water from a hydrant filling up a car. Each time we read, we find something new to talk about. This is a board book, so, it holds up against rough handling by small people.
This is another one of our favorite books for kids, My First: ABC by DK. Like other DK books, this one uses photographs of real objects to help kiddos learn to identify what they find around them. Some of the words are big for little ones, but as we found out, our kiddo catches on even when we think he may not be. We have read this book to him since before he started talking, and now he flips through it on his own and identifies all the pictures he sees. If he comes acros
My First Words by DK is another one of our favorite board books. We love this one, because it uses real life photographs to help kids recognize and learn about the world around them. A lot of books for children are cartoons, and do not represent what objects, animals, and people look like in real life. DK does a beautiful job using photograph,s and creating books that are interesting to look at and helpful when teaching my kiddos. Some of the words are for older readers,