Building Baby’s First Library: Here are the top 10 Must-READ Books To Share With Your Baby
Reading to your baby is very important, and it should be fun for you both. We have compiled a list of our 10 favorite baby books that we recommend you read to your baby regularly.
Building your baby first library could be overwhelming, especially with the number of books available on the market nowadays. I am fortunate to have three fantastic young grandchildren who I enjoy watching them grow through their first years. Since I have been contributing to their library, I thought I could at least come up with the top 10 Must-READ Books To Share With Your Baby.
I enjoy reading to my grandchildren. I also realized that reading to your baby at an early age is extremely important. Reading is fun for you and your little ones. Whether you are a first-time parent or as I was, a new grandmother, you will find this list extremely helpful.
The 10 Must-Have books are the first step in building your baby’s first library. These titles will spark your baby’s love for reading by capturing her little imaginations.
What are the best books to read to infants?
First 100 Words
$4.99 in stock
132 used from $0.25
- Gift Package
Lamaze Peek-A-Boo Forest
$12.99 in stock
- Peek-a-boo flaps: Soft flaps help develop hand-eye coordination and support fine motor skills
- Fun rhymes and stories: This rhyme book features inspiring rhymes on each page for fun storytime
- Six colorful pages: Bright, bold colors, friendly characters and patterns are used for visual development
- Language development: Reading fosters imagination and the idea of possible worlds
- Durable: Cloth pages are designed for durability. Age - 6 months and up
I Love You to the Moon and Back
$5.00 in stock
64 used from $2.05
- Tiger Tales
On the Night You Were Born
$5.00 in stock
192 used from $0.25
- Feiwel Friends
First 100 Board Book Box Set (3 books)
$16.17 in stock
21 used from $11.98
Baby University Four-Book Set
$29.53 in stock
3 used from $74.90
The Wonderful Things You Will Be
$10.77 in stock
71 used from $2.79
- Random House Books for Young Readers
Alphablock (An Abrams Block Book)
$13.86 in stock
37 used from $2.01
- Harry N Abrams
With thick pages cut into the shape of each letter, children and parents will enjoy this peek-through guessing game around the letterform itself. Sprinkles, hot fudge, and cherries hint at I’s ice cream sundae, while aquarium accessories hint at F’s fish. As readers interact with the pages, they will familiarize themselves not only with the 26 letters and associated words, but also with each letter’s physicality—angles, holes, and curves, both front and back. With Peskimo’s animated, stylish visuals, this fresh ABC book encourages readers to manipulate the alphabet in a whole new way. Note: illustrations have a retro feel, with imperfect variations in color and texture.
Bendon 45600 Piggy Toes Press Ten Little Ladybugs Counting Storybook
- Uses tactile ladybug buttons to teach young children to count
- Hardcover with ladybug counting toy built in
- 22 pages, 9.2 x 7.2 inches
- Toddlers love the bright colors and disappearing Ladybugs
A learning toy and activity book for young...
What are the best books for one-year-old?
I can’t emphasize enough how reading is now commonplace in my granddaughter’s (almost three-years-old) life.
When should You introduce a storybook to your baby?
I compiled my top 10 favorite baby books that I highly recommend you read to your one-year-old baby regularly.
Typically, between the age of 1-2 years. I noticed that my oldest granddaughter started choosing the book she wanted me to read to her between 12-18 months. She would choose her book and sit down and hold the book and try to turn the pages as if she is reading. I found it very important to follow your child’s interest in reading for as long as the book holds her attention.