In 2015, Penny Parker Klostermann and Ben Mantle’s There Was an Old Dragon Who Swallowed a Knight was released. Now it’s back in board book format.
Browsing: ages 0-3
Christmas is still more than a month away, so now is the time to celebrate the things we’re thankful for. These are seasonal books sure to delight readers.
Even the littlest of littles, love books. They help build vocabulary and help families bond. These books are great fun for newborns and up.
There are a number of charming picture book books out that are perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day with the one you love.
I recently received two emotions books from Abrams Appleseed — Today I Feel and Making Faces — that have become a large hit in our household.
Whether you are looking for something to celebrate Easter or just welcome spring, these picture books are a great option for the young reader in your life.
More than 60 animals come to life in Amazing Animals, the first book in Cartweel Books’ new Spin & Spot novelty series for toddlers.
Wee Gallery and QEB Publishing recently launched a new series of books geared toward preschoolers. It features a range of board, cloth and activity books.
“Seven Orange Pumpkins” — which has been adapted from Stephen Savage’s “Ten Orange Pumpkins” for younger readers, is a rhyming countdown featuring a sneaky spider, wily witch, silly scarecrow and other spooky creatures.
Toddlers love books and they love them even more when they can interact with them in some way. The following are some great options to involve your little one in the reading process.