Board Books for Toddlers

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Global Babies – Babies love looking at faces, especially at other babies. There are six books in this series but you only really need one.

Hello Farm, How Do You Do? – by Marjolein Thiebout. Soft colors with simple, repetetive text. Little ones usually enjoy repeating the animal sounds the most.

Winter by Gerda Muller. There are four books in this series, one for each season. There is no text so that you can make up your own stories. These books are very popular but don’t appeal to every child. Buy one and try it out before purchasing all four.

A New Day by by Ronald Heuninck. Another book without text. This one has lovely illustrations of a very Waldorf looking home.

Peekaboo Bedtime by Rachel Isadora – This one is not a board book but I liked the illustrations and the simplicity of the story.

Here, Kitty, Kitty!/Ven, gatita, ven! by Pat Mora. Another one that is not a board book but I had to include it here because I think it is appropriate for this age group. Bilingual text English/Spanish.

What’s Hiding in There: A Lift-the-Flap Book of Discovering Nature by Daniela Drescher. Lift-the-flap books are usually a big hit with two-year-olds. This one is has lovely illustrations. It is currently out of stock at Amazonn but the publisher, Floris Books, says that it is being reprinted and will be available in March 2022.

Pip the Gnome by Admar Kwant. Children are introduced to the seasons of the year as Pip plays with his animal friends.


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