You can find many books in this series. Nursery Rhymes , by Kate Toms. Nursery rhymes are an absolute must for your toddlers and preschoolers and even older children , too! This beautifully illustrated collection by Kate Toms is a favorite of my one-year-old. Mouse Mess , by Linnea Asplind Riley. Miss Lucy calls the doctor, the nurse… and the lady with the alligator purse! Shoo Fly! This book was a favorite of my Five and Seven back when they were three and four years old. They wanted to hear it every time they caught a glimpse of it. Rhythmic rhyme tells the story of an ant walking on the railroad track… while a freight train comes right his way.
What will switchman Jack do? This book is so fun to read and listen to! This was a big favorite at our house when my older boys were little. Gilly drives around Trashy Town collecting garbage. Itsy Bitsy Spider , by Iza Trapani. We had a copy of this book in our back seat the other day when I was picking up some girls for a play date with my ten-year-old daughter. I love that all three of them had fun singing the book together as we drove back to our house. Bear Snores On , by Karma Wilson. As they brew tea and pop corn, Bear snores on. But me? I was sleeping… and I have had none! Chicka chicka boom boom!
Uppercase letters rush to comfort their injured children. Are you familiar with the silly old song?
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This is one of our favorite books because of the wonderful illustration with the die-cut holes — revealing all the animals the old lady swallows. Baby Danced the Polka , by Karen Beaumont. What a clever lift-the-flap book! My favorite thing about the book is how easy it is for kids to guess the rhyming word. A winner! I love how the rhymes are easy for young listeners to fill in.
It felt weird to me that the sheep had to shave half her body to make a pillow for the bear and finally cheer him up. That said, the book has cute illustrations, excellent rhyme, and my three-year-old loved it. There was nowhere to go, there was nothing to do. After sharing a cage with a seal, lion, and snake.
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Edward returns to his own cage — only to discover a new emu has taken residence there. This is a fun rhyming book about a duck whose truck is stuck in the muck… and the animals who help him get out. My second son now seven years old loved it as a toddler; in fact, he requested it every time we drove by the library. Finally he received it as a gift for his third birthday. This book lends itself to a lot of fun rhyming practice.
Noni the Pony , by Alison Lester. I include this book because it has some nice rhymes and beautiful pictures. The Terrible Plop , by Ursula Dubosarsky. I thought the story just okay, and the ending predictable. But my Three loves it and requests it often. She gets the final word. This is a fun book which might remind you of that old Sesame Street sketch. Rhymoceros , by Janik Coat. This book was a big hit at our house, and even my toddler who loves only a very specific set of board books wanted to listen too.
One to own, along with another favorite by the same author, Hippoposites. A clever mouse outwits a hungry fox, owl, and snake by warning them of a ferocious beast whose favorite foods are roasted fox, owl ice cream, and scrambled snake. When it turns out that the Gruffalo really does exist, the mouse has one more creature to outsmart. Buy it for Christmas! This book was an immediate hit with my kids, and even the older kids joined us on the couch. We love the funny story about a witch who keeps dropping things from her broom, and the helpful animals who return them.
When a terrible dragon is ready to eat the witch, her animal friends come to her rescue.
We especially love the delightful ending. So what do snowmen do at night? According to this book, they leave our yards and join their friends for snowball fights, sledding, and even snow baseball. This is a fun story, but the paintings really steal the show. In the end, Llama learns that sometimes his mother is busy, and he must be patient. The rhymes, fun pictures, and reassuring message combine to make this a favorite.
Sheep in a Jeep , by Nancy Shaw. Dog on a Frog? This book is absolutely hilarious. Just like cats sit on mats and frogs sit on logs.
Bath Time Rhymes & Stories
But the frog has had enough and changes the rules. My favorite page is the one where cheetahs sit on fajitas. Definitely one to check out!
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