Open Books, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

The Sun Maid Raisins Play Book

The SunMaid Raisins Play Book is a perfect way for your toddler to play with their food, while letting you get something of your own done nearby ūüôā What I disliked: It's a cute book, but I felt the OCD compulsion to wipe it down after each use. What I liked: I think it's a… Continue reading The Sun Maid Raisins Play Book

PreK Books, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

My Very First Book of Colors by Eric Carle

My Very First Book of Colors by Eric Carle is a uniquely artistic book that allows toddlers and preschoolers to match the colors to the illustrations. What I disliked: This is a great book.¬† No criticisms. What I liked: I liked how it put the child in charge of the book.¬† The toddlers needed guidance,… Continue reading My Very First Book of Colors by Eric Carle

Open Books, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

When the Elephant Walks by Keiko Kasza

When the Elephant Walks by Keiko Kasza is an adorable board book perfect for toddlers. What I disliked: Nothing.¬† This book is adorable. What I liked: I loved how the mightiest of the animal kingdom can be influenced by the tiniest.¬† I loved the story line, I loved the illustrations, I loved that it was… Continue reading When the Elephant Walks by Keiko Kasza

PreK Books, Pursuit of Happiness, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

Simba and Nala At Play

Simba and Nala At Play is a Baby's First Disney¬† Book about opposites, featuring none other than the cute little cubs from¬†Lion King. What I disliked: I love¬†Lion King, can't go wrong ūüėČ What I liked: Lion King, first of all.¬† It really hits opposites in a fun way and is a board book -… Continue reading Simba and Nala At Play

Infant Books, Pursuit of Happiness, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

Helping

Helping¬†is one of three books in the series put out by Berryland Books.¬† They are small, soft covered and board pages. What I disliked: It's all right. What I liked: I liked that it is soft and colorful, perfect for the young toddler to grasp onto.¬† My kids never sat through all the words on… Continue reading Helping

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Baby Talk by Steve Heinrich

Baby Talk by Steve Heinrich is an adorable photo book with cute quotes and impossibly cute pictures to go with it.¬† I get the sense the writer had babies at the time he wrote it, as each quote fits perfectly with the photos and resonated directly with my mom-of-a-baby heart. What I disliked: I really… Continue reading Baby Talk by Steve Heinrich

Toddler Books, Uncategorized

Hop! by Phyllis Root

Hop! by Phyllis Root and illustrated by Holly Meade is a quick to read board book intended for toddlers.¬† Ours was well loved if the cracker crumbs smashed inside are any indication lol. What I disliked: No criticism from me. What I liked: This is a quality board book in its construction, quick 2-5 word… Continue reading Hop! by Phyllis Root

Open Books, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

Teddy’s Busy Night

Teddy's Busy Night illustrated by Amy Flynn is A Wee; Pudgy Board Book perfect for littles. What I disliked: Perfect for toddlers, no critique. What I liked: I loved that it is small and durable.¬† Ours is pretty well used, and a bit sticky, indicating I let the toddler of the moment carry it around… Continue reading Teddy’s Busy Night

Open Books, Toddler Books, Uncategorized

Little Miss Muffet

Little Miss Muff is an old nursery rhyme written in a short board-book. What I disliked: No criticism. What I liked: I loved the board book cut out n the shape of a kitten.¬† It adds a fun element to spike toddler reading.¬† It is also very short, so after the fifteenth time or so… Continue reading Little Miss Muffet