6 of the Best Baby Books

I think reading is exceptionally important. It’s best to start when your child is as young as possible. Even though he can’t read, you need to make the exploration of books a positive experience so that when he can read on his own, he’ll be drawn to them.

In the beginning, don’t try to impart knowledge. Your baby doesn’t need to read the classics. Choose books that are colorful and full of pictures. Use silly voices and encourage your little one to act out with you. Concentrate on making the experience of reading as fun as possible.

Here are some of my favorite books to read to my son. Hopefully your family can enjoy them as well.

1. Bunny My Honey

This darling book follows a mother rabbit teaching her little one how to be a bunny, like jumping, running, and twitching one’s nose. You’re introduced to Bunny’s friends, the other animals, who learn to do other animal things. Bunny gets lost in the woods, but don’t worry – Mommy saves the day. It’s a touching story about relationships.

2. Baby Faces

I like this book because it introduces a baby to other children. It’s great if your kid doesn’t interact much with people his own age. It’s also softly padded, so little hands can maneuver it. The pictures are silly, but that’s plenty of entertainment for baby.

3. Counting Kisses

This is a story that relates to all the important people in your baby’s life. Everyone in the family (even the pets) take turns giving baby a kiss goodnight. You could use this book to help explain the relationships of family members to your baby.

4. Eyes, Nose, Fingers, and Toes

In this book, a group of playful toddlers learn about their bodies and what each part can do. They examine feet, hands, legs, arms, and everything else. By mimicking the children in the book, your little one can experiment with his or her own body.

5. Goodnight Moon

This is the quintessential bedtime story. It’s been around for a while; several generations have read it. From his bed, the little bunny says goodnight to his friends and bedroom items. Then, he falls asleep peacefully. It’s a great way to teach your child about bedtime.

6. The Very Hungry Caterpillar

This is a great book to explore the nature of different kinds of foods with your toddler. The hungry caterpillar eats, well, just about everything – including the book! As the caterpillar grows, eventually he makes a cocoon and turns into a butterfly.

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