Skippyjon Jones has a blast coloring his picture – yellow grass, orange trees, you get the picture. Little N is starting to scribble, so he had a bit of interest in this one.
Another colorful Katz story that does not disappoint. Little N has enjoyed lifting the flaps and pointing out the different things one might see around Easter. I thought this would be good prep to work on vocabulary of all the things we are starting to see in the stores.
Count to ten by lifting the flaps and following Biscuit’s adventures.
Little N loved this one more than I thought he would. He wanted it over and over – I think he enjoyed all the animals sounds. He especially loved the coyote sounds. I had fun reading the poem.
Another simple, clean train story. Lots of vocabulary building since different types of trains are discussed.
Adored it! This book begs to be acted out with hopping, jumping, clapping and hugging!
I really enjoyed hamming this one up. A fun game – asking the child if he is one of the animals, and at the end, we celebrate how special it is to be our own selves. Little N may have been a bit too young to understand – he didn’t get into it as much as I did.
Vibrant colors with simple pictures make this a winner. Little N was fascinated with this one for awhile and wanted to look at it over and over.
Little N loved this one – he is really getting into trains. So many fun words to say in this story – choo choo, chuff, chuff, puff, puff. Simple story with some fun cutouts.
Mom, Dad, Grandmpa, and Grandpa all enjoyed reading this one to Little N, and he kept begging for more. This one just begs to be read aloud, sung, and repeated. So many fun words – zip, zoom, vrrooom, vrooom, vroom!