I have an app on my phone from Nosy Crow with this story. So, Little N lets me read this classic tale even though it is a bit long – because he is already familiar with the phone version.
This was another book someone gave us, and once again, Little N really enjoyed naming the objects – he had a few favorites -he loved lifting the R to find the robot.
Someone gave us this book – lots of gorgeous color photos and lift the flap fun. Little N enjoyed naming the pictures he could.
A melodic story of how roads are made. The repeated refrain “roll, it roll it, wheels so fat” was catchy and Little N was repeating it in no time.
I cannot count the number of times Little N has asked me to read this one. The story unfolds as a guessing game – showing a small portion of the next vehicle as Tess asks her brother if the vehicle is the bus. A great vocabulary builder and perfect for transportation enthusiasts.
A boy looks all over the world for his cat. A simple story with lots of repetition – perfect my little 2 year old
I love the idea behind this story – the subtitle is a guide to daily happiness for kids. Essentially, the way to be happy is to treat others kindly. For some reason, my two year old was enchanted with this story. He brought it to me several times and said – bucket book. I thought it was too old for him, but there is some element he really likes. I will definitely revisit this because it is an important concept that I want to teach my son.