Little N would pull this out for us to read to him, but he would only stay with it for a few pages at a time. Mom and Dad enjoyed this simple nonfiction story about different ways baby animals get around. We will revisit in the future!
A colorful, interactive lift the flap book exploring baby’s emotions – hungry, sad, sleepy, happy, silly, and best of all loved. Little N enjoyed this one!
Very much like Llama Llama Wakey-Wake. A loveable bedtime routine story.
Llama Llama wakes and goes through his morning routine. Rhyming words tell the simple story, and little ones can relate to the daily routine.
Count to five with these colorful illustrations. The end of the story has you count to five again.
Baby animals ask a question, and their parents answer – through a lift the flap. The flaps are a fun way for babies to interact with the story. There are also rhymes. A solid little book – not stellar but good.
I love the language of these rhyming Calico stories. Little N just isn’t that into them, so I wonder if we should revisit when he is older. Calico is a mischievous cat; and in this story, she has a hard time sharing. However, when she does, she finds it is fun to share.
This book provides fodder for discussion about food – different types of taste, etc.
An interesting interactive story. Little N wasn’t quite ready for this one – it requires more attention than he has right now. Readers are suppose to close their eyes and trace the fuzzy trail and let their imaginations take them places.
Lots of fun pictures illustrate the different things dogs do throughout the day. Simple, short sentences with rhyming words make this a quick read – perfect for toddlers on the go!