Books we read in August
Cute rhyming book about baby body parts – kids love to “guess” which part we are reading about. Lively and large illustrations.
The only text in this book is the word “uh-oh” which babies and grown ups alike love to repeat as we read about a baby getting into “trouble.”
Our favorite Sesame Street friends demonstrate all of the things they have learned to do by themselves. Simple text.
Bright illustrations and rhyming text about a typical day at preschool.
Board book about the repetitive noises babies enjoy making over and over. A fun read-a-loud.
Another awesome Rachel Isadora book with only one repeated phrase: “Peekaboo.” Kid enjoy guessing who the baby will find.
Big photos and lovely rhyming text about body parts and how no two people are exactly the same.
An Itsy Bitsy Story Time favorite about a little girl who is reluctant to go to her first day of preschool. All she wants is her Mom – but LOOK at all the fun stuff there is to do at nursery school – it is so much fun she doesn’t want to leave.
Hilarious illustrations with simple humorous text about a baby achieving milestones. (It always makes me tear up a bit at the end!)
A “lift the flap” board book game of peekaboo. Toddlers enjoy taking turns helping lift the flaps.
Toddlers love to help and announce “I can do it too” and the little girl in this brightly illustrated board book is no exception!
I am a HUGE Pete the Cat fan! In this musical adventure Pete goes to school for the first time and it’s all groovy!
Adorable illustrations and rhyming text about all the things a baby learns to do in their first year.
Very funny book about a baby who will only say “moo” when asked what noise different animals make. Cute as can be pictures.
A day in the life of a school bus – from the bus’s point of view. Bright bold illustrations.
Pete the Cat’s take on the popular preschool song. A fun join in read-a-loud.