The books listed are a sampling of the titles available. Ask your Children's Librarian for further suggestions and tell us which are your favorites.
Rhyming text and color photos show toddlers exploring the world with their busy hands.
Animal mothers play, swim and cuddle with their babies.
See also: I Love My Daddy
Bright illustrations of fifteen trucks with simple rhyming text.
A young bear playfully “wears” many things throughout the day.
In three vignettes with a common theme, toddlers ask loving family members for "more."
The title says it all!
One toddler who wants to dress himself, one dad and one busy morning.
Two adorable toddlers celebrate things that come in pairs. (Also available in Spanish)
The twenty-six letters race each other up a coconut tree in this stylish alphabet featuring a bouncy chant.
An African-American family goes grocery shopping and then cooks a meal in a clever story that counts to ten twice.
Sam talks about his red car and how he drives it.
A caterpillar eats through the days of the week and many familiar foods before turning into a butterfly. (Also available in many languages.)
An interactive text that ends with tickles show similarities between human and animal children.
A reversible book contrasting the activities of day and night.
Learn about colors, opposites and more while trying to find the green sheep.
Delightful Spanish-English collection with musical arrangements, pictograph directions, and whimsical mixed-media collage art.
All aboard! Sing along as the train picks up baby animals on its way to the zoo.
See also: Fiddle-I-Fee
More than fifty favorite nursery rhymes and songs playfully illustrated and easy to use.
See also: Toddlerobics
A famous spider has new adventures.
"One berry, two berry, pick me a blueberry" begins this rhyme about a boy and a bear on a berry-picking adventure.
A classic children's song is staged with vibrant collage art.
An appealing collection of twenty-two nursery rhymes and three classic stories.
A lift-the-flap guessing game featuring a young lively mouse.
See also: Which Hat Is That?
Fascinating facts and simple rhymes for the youngest bug lover.
See also: Stars, Stars, Stars
Told in a lift-the-flap format, a child asks the zoo to help find the perfect pet. (Also available in several languages.)
Meet Little Fish and tour the sea in this brightly illustrated book by the author of the popular Maisy books.
Energetic, rhyming text and lush paper collages introduce pond animals through the seasons.
A cumulative tale in which a frog tries to catch a fly without getting caught itself. (Also available in Spanish.)
A kitten finds mishap and adventure when he thinks the moon is a bowl of milk in this 2005 Caldecott Award Winner.
Bold woodcut pictures bring to life a familiar rhyme in which a chick visits barnyard animals and learns new sounds.
Help find the popular puppy in this lift-the-flap adventure. (Also available in many languages.)
Wild animal babies are joined by a parent when you turn the page in this gentle question and answer book.
See also: Whose Nose and Toes?
A comical story about a zookeeper, his wife and the animals he thinks he has locked up for the night. (Also available in Spanish.)
A toddler bids goodnight to her surroundings in gentle verse.
A rollicking rumpus of bedtime antics told in rhyme. (Also available in Spanish.)
Mother hushes all the animals in the countryside so that her baby can sleep in this quiet story with a surprise ending.
A favorite lullaby is retold with whimsical scratchboard illustrations of a loving African-American family.
With help from big sister Ruby, Max finds his favorite red rubber elephant at bedtime. (Also available in Chinese.)
Little pigs with distinct personalities cavort on a child’s fingertips until bedtime. (Also available in Spanish.)
All the community helpers are sound asleep and a toddler is too.