Beginning with Books
Best Books for Babies 2009
Beautiful quilted pictures accompany this old familiar rhyme and offer buttons to count, shapes to discover, and even a simple wordless story to follow
Sturdy flaps flip up, down, and sideways to reveal endearing photos of babies and toddlers showing off their skills.
board book, $4.99
Baby Signs: A Baby-sized Guide to Speaking with Sign Language by Joy Allen
This cheerful collection of basic signs illustrated with bright, simple pictures will encourage communication between babies and their parents while entertaining both readers and listeners.
board book, $6.99
Sweet pictures and clear instructions accompany simple rhymes and lullabies, perfect for sharing with beloved babies.
board book, $5.99
Brief, imaginative poems are matched with cheerful illustrations to celebrate the natural world and introduce young listeners to poetic images.
board book, $6.99
A gentle reminder that adults serve as role models for their young children, this charming book catalogs the strengths that a young bear admires in his parents.
Peekaboo is the perfect game for bedtime as this cheerful toddler demonstrates with the help of parents, grandparents, and even pets.
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes by Mem Fox illustrated by Helen Oxenbury
Adorable infants smile, wiggle, and play across the pages of this delightful book about the ways that babies from all over the world are different--and alike.
Toot Toot Beep Beep by Emma Garcia
Cars, trucks, and vans of various colors and shapes speed, chug, and glide through this imaginative look at a perennially popular topic.
Engaging photos of babies and their parents illuminate the fun to be found in everyday activities.
board book, $7.99