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5 Sweet Board Books for Busy Toddlers

The Children’s Book Review | June 17, 2019

From familiar nursery rhymes to learning social skills, here are 5 sweet board books that are wonderful for busy toddlers!

Mine a counting and sharing bookMine! A Counting Book About Sharing

Written by Caryn Rivadeneira

Illustrated by Amanda Gulliver

One of a toddler’s favorite words is always “Mine!” This sweet book turns the tables on the greedy monster within and makes “Mine!” a way to share. Complete with soft and snuggly illustrations and a parent’s guide to helping kids learn about inclusiveness and belonging, this is a great book to start the conversation about sharing at the earliest stages.

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Ages 0-3 | Publisher: Beaming Books | April 17, 2018 | ISBN-13: 978-1506446790

This Little Piggy and ther Favorite Nursery RhymesThis Little Piggy and Other Favorite Nursery Rhymes

Illustrated by Genine Delahaye

Join the fun with familiar nursery rhymes in this delightful boardbook. With bold and colorful illustrations and exciting text layouts, this is a great gift book for new babies and wee one’s first birthdays! The thick cover with stylish cutouts adds special interest for little hands.

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Ages 0-4 | Publisher: Tiger Tales | March 1, 2018 | ISBN-13: 9781-68010536-0

Anne of Green Gables- A Babylit Places PrimerAnne of Green Gables: A Babylit Places Primer

Written by Jennifer Adams

Illustrated by Alison Oliver

Following in the oh-so-fashionable footsteps of other Babylit® takes on the great literary classics, Anne of Green Gables does not disappoint. With bold, simplistic design and a literary tone, these delightful books are perfect for new parents who adore the classics.

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Ages 0-3 | Publisher: Gibbs Smith | August 22, 2017 | ISBN-13: 978-1-4236-4782-9

Youre My Little Cuddle BugYou’re My Little Cuddle Bug

Written by Nicola Edwards

Illustrated by Natalie Marshall

Snuggle up and page through the sweet illustrations of this charming book for the littlest cuddle-bugs. With clever cutouts and thick, easy to turn pages, this will become a fast favorite. The text is soothing and just right for bedtime.

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Ages 0-3 | Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books | January 2, 2018 | ISBN-13: 978-1-68412-258-5

I Can Dream by Betsy SnyderI Can Dream

Written and Illustrated by Betsy Snyder

A great addition to the I CAN series, I Can Dream brings finger-wiggling fun to the many ways children can dream of their futures. Want to be a firefighter? A marine biologist? A racecar driver? Diversely drawn children do it all in style. Just like other I CAN books, the cute cutouts make dancing with fingers the perfect way to bond with your little one.

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Ages 0-4 | Publisher: Chronicle Books | May 1, 2018 | ISBN-13: 978-1-4521-6214-0

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