This is a very good thing to make your kids reading habit from a very young age. You can build your kids learning habit by teaching them how to read books and learn things.
Here we have picked some best books which will be very helpful for your kids. You can add these books to your kid’s reading list. And make your kids a good learner. Because every successful person never stops learning.
More More More, Said the Baby: Three Love Stories by Vera Williams
From beneath the tickles, kisses, and unfettered affection showered on them by grownups, the children in Vera B. Williams’ Caldecott Honor Book cry out for more more more! The celebrities of three little love stories – toddlers using nicknames like”Little Pumpkin” – run giggling till they are scooped up by adoring moms to be swung about, kissed, and finally tucked into bed.
Quirky watercolor drawings and colorful text feature multiethnic families, and young readers will rejoice in seeing the middle of all of the attention: the wiggly, chubby, irresistible toddlers.
All Join In By Quentin Blake
This book is really a rumbustious, rollicking and over all noisy assortment of seven lush poems, ideal for chanting aloud, that are brilliantly illustrated by the incomparable Quentin Blake.
The collection contains’All Join In’,’The Hooter Song’,’Nice Weather for Ducks’ and’Sorting From the Kitchen Pans’. Who’s coud possibly resist?
Baby Brains: The Smartest Baby in the Whole World By Simon James
Simon James’s story concerning the smartest baby in the entire world will have small ones yelling with laughter and might have large ones smiling wryly with self-recognition.
It is never too early to begin bringing the smartest baby in the whole world. So believes the expectant Mrs. Brains, that reads into the baby within her belly every night and plays with music and language tapes to her baby during the afternoon.
And shortly, Mr. and Mrs. Brains have their very own Baby Brains! He reads the newspaper, fixes the family , and functions as a doctor in the local hospital. Now even the space program is calling on him. Can there be anything Baby Brains can not do?
Animals (Baby Touch and Feel) by Charlie Gardner, DK, and Dorling-Kindersley
“Little Hide and Seek” novels are enjoyable, sturdy”I-spy” formats ideal for preschoolers’ small hands to grip and attribute an engaging character on the front that is hiding in each of the scenes inside.
Populated with interesting objects to examine and fun rhyming text, the books encourage children to spot and talk about different things in each scene.
Covering a variety of topics, such as animals, first words, and things that go, this series surprises children with a pop-out spread in the conclusion that brings together images from the previous pages, creating an extra-big hide-and-seek scene.
“Little Hide and Seek” offers hours of fun for children as they develop their language skills, practice numbers, and find out about colors, words, and animals.
In”Little Hide and Seek: Baby Animals,” a kitty is hiding every spread while mommy animals are looking for their own babies.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr.
A large happy frog, a plump purple cat, a handsome blue horse, and a soft yellow duck–all parade across the pages of this beautiful book.
Children will immediately respond to Eric Carle’s flat, boldly colored collages. Combined with Bill Martin’s singsong text, they create unforgettable images of these endearing animals.
Circus Ship by Illustrated
When a circus ship runs aground off the coast of Maine, the poor animals are left on their own to swim the chilly waters. Staggering on a nearby island, they win over the wary townspeople with their type, brave ways.
So well do the creatures blend in that when the greedy circus owner returns to maintain them, villagers of species conspire to reverse the bloated blowhard.
With buoyant rhymes and brilliantly caricatured illustrations evoking the early nineteenth century, Chris Van Dusen introduces a hugely interesting tale about the bonds of community — and a rare hidden-pictures disperse for eagle-eyed readers of all ages.
Doing the Animal Bop By Jan Ormerod
Here comes a festival of brightly hued animals, and all of them love to dance and sing! Better yet, a music CD is included with this novel, so kids can sing and sing along with the creatures.
The big ostrich dances with feathers that bounce… the silly snake slithers with a hiss and a wriggle… the fighter’s bop with a leap and a jiggle… and also the elephant dances with large stomping feet.
This funny picture book with its music compact disc is for children who like to danceand if there aren’t any boys and girls around who do not like to dance, then this book will change their heads.
They could jump and jiggle, jive and twist. Doing the Animal Bop is certain to make them laugh and giggle.
Big, extra bright illustrations on every page come with a funny, rhyming text, along with the enclosed CD provides the audio!
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin
This scrumptious New York Times bestseller has a good deal of kick!
Dragons love tacos. They adore chicken tacos, beef tacos, excellent big tacos, and teeny tiny tacos. Therefore, in the event that you want to lure a bunch of dragons into your party, you should undoubtedly serve tacos.
Buckets and buckets of tacos. Regrettably, where you will find tacos, there is also salsa. And if a dragon accidentally eats hot salsa… oh, boy. You’re in red-hot trouble.
The award-winning group supporting Those Darn Squirrels! Has generated a memorable, laugh-until-salsa-comes-out-of-your-nose tale of new friends and the ideal snack.
Each Peach Pear Plum By Janet and Allan Ahlberg
‘Each Peach Pear Plum’ – the traditional picture book by Janet and Allan Ahlberg – is a timeless picture book classic from the bestselling illustrator/author group Janet and Allan Ahlberg, creators of Peepo! .
Each beautifully illustrated page encourages young children to interact with the picture to locate the following fairy tale and nursery rhyme character.
This board book edition is perfect for little handson. In this book”With your small eye, Take a look, And play’I spy'”.
This familiar rhyme was awarded the brilliant Ahlbreg remedy to which no young child can fail to react. It is a book that will be read over and over again… just perfect!’
Elmer By David Mckee
If he were ordinary elephant color, the others could stop laughing. Which would make Elmer feel better, wouldn’t it? David McKee’s comical fable about everyone’s favourite patchwork elephant teaches readers to be themselves and celebrates the power of bliss.
First 100 Padded: First Farm Words by Roger Priddy
Your child will love to find farm animals, machines, and regular farm items inside this colorful board book. There are lots of photographs to look at and discuss, with tags to read and learn, also.
The pages are made from rough board for hours of pleasure reading, and the cover is softly padded for small hands to hold.
Goodnight Goodnight Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker
Since the sun sets behind the major construction site, all the hardworking trucks prepare to say goodnight. One by one, Crane Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, Bulldozer, and Excavator finish their job and lie down to rest–so they will be all set for another day of rough and tough construction drama! With irresistible art by bestselling illustrator Tom Lichtenheld and sweet, rhyming text, this construction book for kids will have truck fans of all ages begging for more.
Can’t get enough of these tough trucks? The long-awaited sequel in this bestselling book collection, Mighty, Mighty, Construction Site, is now available!
I Love You Because You’re You by Liza Baker
At a poem about a Mama Fox’s love for her cub, I Love You Because You’re You captures the many moods of all children, reassuring them of their parents’ abiding affection and approval.
Cozy and sensitive watercolor examples from David McPhail would be the ideal match to Liza Baker’s rhythmic, rhyming text. This book is sure to be a family favorite — and an enduring classic of this genre.
I Love You Stinky Face by Lisa Mccourt
Mothers love their kids and this unconditional love is truly tested in I LOVE YOU, STINKY FACE. Lisa McCourt and Cyd Moore superbly weave a reassuring tale of the love and affection of a parent.
The imaginative son turns himself into a meat-eating dinosaur, a swamp monster and much, much more before being satisfied with the fact that no matter how stinky he is how slimy of a creature he could possibly be, he’s adored and nothing could change that.
Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle
Beep! Beep! Beep! Meet Blue. A muddy country road is no match for this tiny pick up–that is, until he gets stuck while pushing a dump truck from the muck.
Fortunately, Blue has made a bunch of farm animal friends along his route. And they are willing to whatever is required to receive their pal back on the street.
Little Green Frog by Ginger Swift
Follow this little green frog and meet all of the animals that live round the pond. The chunky board book has particularly thick flaps for baby to grip and lift. Simple sentences reinforce future speech construction. Illustrations include lots of details to hold babys attention.
Look, Look! by Peter Linenthal
Children runfish swim, stars glow… all for infant’s eyes to see. This sturdy board book, full of high-contrast black-and-white cut-paper artwork perfect for staring at, is just the thing for the eyes of the youngest babies.
A few words in curving red kind on each spread describe the scenes — a vehicle races, a kitty stretches, blossoms bloom– and extend the book’s age appeal so it will be intriguing to older babies, too.
Striking and trendy, Look Look! Is the ideal first board book for babies just starting to look and find out. Peter Linenthal is an illustrator who has taught art in elementary schools for twenty five years.
Moo, Baa, La La La! by Sandra Boynton
Serious silliness for all ages. Artist Sandra Boynton is back and better than ever with completely redrawn versions of her multi-million selling board books.
These whimsical and hilarious books, featuring nontraditional texts and her famous animal characters, have been printed on thick board pages, and are sure to educate and amuse children of all ages.
Mr Gumpy’s Outing By John Burnigham
Mr. Gumpy’s Outing is a Boston Globe-Horn Book Award winner and an American Library Association Notable Children’s Book.
Back in England, illustrator John Burningham, together with Mr. Gumpy’s Outing, became the first artist ever to win England’s Kate Greenaway Medal twice.
My Very First Book of Words by Eric Carle
Nelly Gnu and Daddy Too by Anna Dewdney
These are matters Nelly loves to perform. . .but they are consistently better using Daddy Gnu!
With fun-to-read rhyme, a little silliness, and a great deal of warmth, Anna Dewdney–the creator of the beloved llama llama books–tells the story of a girl and her daddy and their superb day together.
On My Leaf by Lorena Siminovich and Sara Gillingham
Twist the colorful die-cut pages of these irresistible board publications to discover what makes very little horse’s window and little ladybug’s foliage so cozy. Is it the soft hay? Is it the vibrant flowers? No, it is their loving families! Bright pictures, candy reassuring messages, unique layered webpages, and adorable finger puppets unite to generate interactive reading and playtime fun!
Owl Babies By Martin Waddell
Owl Babies is a 1992 Publication by Martin Waddell and illustrated by Patrick Benson.
It’s about three owlets that wake up one night to locate their mother gone, worry about her lack, but are then elated when she necessarily returns from her nighttime flight.
Peek-a-Who? by Nina Laden
Guessing-game board book full of vibrant, joyful pictures: Peek-a-Who! Takes the most loved baby and toddler match and puts it in book form!
The anticipation of what is hiding on another page along with the bright, engaging illustrations will keep little ones guessing and giggling all the way into the surprise ending.
Perfect size for curious babies and toddlers to hold and control
Fun and interactive book to read for storytime
Nina Laden is the writer and illustrator of many award-winning novels for Kids
, Peek-a-Zoo! , Peek-a-Boo! , and Grow Up! Will adore the easy rhymes, colorful images, and surprise mirror at the end of Peek-a-Who!
Babies and toddlers will love this board publication filed with colorful images, simple rhyming texts, and sized right for small hands to hold.
Sturdy board book
Makes a great gift and is a must-have for a baby’s bookshelf
Novels for kids ages 0-3
Interactive, enjoyable, and informative
Peek-A-Boo! By Jan Ormerod
Beloved author/illustrator Jan Ormerod introduces a crowd of darling toddlers within this delightful oversize board book with moving parts that shows just a part of a baby’s planet to make young readers feel right at home.
Potty by Leslie Patricelli
There comes a point in a toddler’s life when moving in one’s diaper is only one possible alternative, and the question has to be raised: Should I go in my potty? With pitch-perfect comedy and pacing, Leslie Patricelli follows the internal dialogue (certain to get little ones yelling responses) and humorous actions of everybody’s favorite Baby, winding up with an over-the-top appearance of delight and surprise which will have both offspring and parents laughing out loudly. “I did it!”
Raindrop, Plop by Wendy Cheyette Lewison
Just how many ways could you have fun on a rainy day? From one small raindrop to ten toes soaking in a hot bubble bath, there are a lot of things to see and count till the sun comes out again.
In between, there are absurd boots to pull and puddles to splash in and a wet backyard just waiting to be researched.
A spirited rhyming text that’s perfect for reading unexpected delights a tiny wet weather can bring to a young child’s day.
Roar, Roar, Baby!: A Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap by Karen Katz
In this interactive board book from Karen Katz, small ones can lift the flaps on each page to show adorable animals in the zoo! There is a tall giraffe peaking over a gate, a happy hippo floating in a pool, a cuddly panda crunching on some bamboo, and even more! But where is the tiger?
Filled with Karen’s signature vivid, striking art, this board book with its hardy, easy-to-lift flaps is ideal for parents and children to share.
The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson
This is a rhyming story of a mouse and a monster. Little mouse goes for a walk in a dangerous forest. To scare off his enemies he invents tales of a fantastical creature called the Gruffalo. So imagine his surprise when he meets the real Gruffalo.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle
THE all-time traditional narrative, from generation to generation, sold somewhere on earth every 30 seconds! Have you shared it with a child or grandchild in your lifetime?
1 sunny Sunday, the caterpillar was hatched out of a tiny egg. He was very hungry. On Monday, he ate through one appleon Tuesday, he ate through three plums–and still he was hungry.
When full at last, he made a cocoon around himself and went to sleep, to wake up a few weeks later wonderfully transformed into a butterfly!
This audiobook will delight as well as instruct the most youngest listener.
Time for Bed by Mem Fox
Darkness is falling everywhere and little ones are getting sleepy, feeling cozy, and being tucked in. It’s time to get a wide yawn, a big hug, and a snuggle under the covers–sleep tight! “Working beautifully with the soothingly repetitive text, each painting conveys a warm feeling of safety and affection.” –School Library Journal
Where Is Baby’s Belly Button? by Karen Katz
This bestselling lift-the-flap board book is back in an oversized board variant just in time for its fifteenth anniversary! Karen Katz’s adorable babies play peek-a-boo in this delightful interactive book.
The lively text and vibrant, patterned examples are certain to keep small ones mesmerized as they search for Baby’s hands, feet, eyes, and even more! This format and large, easy-to-lift flaps are perfect for parents and children to share.
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
Max, a wild and naughty boy, is sent to bed without his supper by his exhausted mother. In his room, he imagines sailing far away to a land of Wild Things. Instead of eating him, the Wild Things make Max their king.
Will You Be My Sunshine by Julia Lobo
Kids need to know they are loved forever and always. The sweet, colorful scenes in this publication reinforce a concept of unconditional love. Make story time a time to get one-on-one relationship!
Yummy! My Favourite Nursery Stories By Lucy Cousins
Nine classic stories take on energy as Lucy Cousins ramps up her artwork.
In this daring, humorous, and unflinching collection, the treasured author-illustrator keeps all of the emotion and humor of the original fairy tales: the personalities are courageous, the villains are dreadful, and the children are yummy.
Together with her sly, simple language and vibrant illustrations, the funniest fiends become the stuff of shared hilarity and shivery thrills.