20 Great Board Books for Babies

BoardBooks Reading to our babies helps them to develop the language skills they’ll later need to talk. Reading to our babies is also a very special time to connect and bond with them. They love to hear the sweet sound of your voice and to feel your warm body close to theirs. If you’re looking for some great books to add to your babies little library check out these great titles!

1. Please, Baby, Please by Spike Lee

Please, Baby, Please
2. Whose Toes are those? by Jabari Asim
3. Girl of Mine by Jabari Asmin

4. Baby Dance by Ann Taylor
5. Whose Knees are these? by Jabari Asmin
6. Peekaboo Morning by Rachel Isadora
7. Good Night, Baby by Cheryl Willis Hudson full_love
8. Full, Full, Full of Love by Trish Cooke
9. Animal Sounds for Baby by Cheryl Willis Hudson
10. Hands Can by Cheryl Willis Hudson
11. Boy of Mine by Jabari Asmin
12. I Love You Through and Through by Bernadette Rossetti-Shustak

13. Little Learning Books-10 Chunky Books
14. Pop-Up Peekaboo Colors
15. Green Start Books- The Five Senses
16. Eddie and Ellie’s Animal Opposites
17. Time for Bed by Mem Fox
18. You Are My Baby: Safari by Lorena Siminovich
19. Green Start Book Tower-Little Color Books
20. I Love You All Day Long


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