The loving relationship between child and grandparent comes alive in this playful and engaging book by John Prater. Don’t be surprised when young listeners want to hear it “again!”
A group of Pittsburgh librarians and child development experts selected the Best Books for Babies published in 2000. Share them with a baby in your life!
Simple, bright, colorful illustrations catalog the ways that people travel on the ground, in the water, and in the air. Young listeners will enjoy pointing at the pictures and “reading” the brief rhyming text.
Large, luscious photographs capture the love between parent and child while smaller snapshots show off the diverse beauty of these “Brown Sugar Babies.”
Rhymed phrases combine with charming illustrations to present everyday activities enjoyed by a smiling young toddler and a plump friendly cat in this gently appealing board book.
Lulu’s back and she’s busy enjoying the kind of day readers can relate to—drawing colorful pictures, playing in the park with a friend, eating dinner, enjoying a bubble bath and snuggling into bed. Welcome back, Lulu!
Delicate, detailed, embroidered illustrations decorate a collection of traditional Mother Goose rhymes.
Familiar items and textures are featured in clear, attractive photographs that show a diverse group of babies and toddlers engaged in their bedtime routines.
Attractive pictures of various parent-child animal pairs illuminate the many ways that fathers care for and protect their offspring.
Baby doesn’t want food or toys or tub-time—so what does baby want? Puzzled parents everywhere will appreciate this lighthearted look at just what to do with a bawling baby.
Charmingly childlike illustrations in bright colors focus readers’ attention squarely on the babies pictured in this simple lift-the-flap board book.