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Ages 0-2

Best Books for Babies

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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin
Children see a variety of animals, each one a different color.
Clive and His Babies by  Jessica Spanyol
Meet Clive -- and his imagination! Clive loves his dolls. He enjoys playing with them, and sharing them with his friends.
Counting Kisses by Karen Katz
How many kisses does a tired baby need to change her from crying into sleeping?
Heavy Metal Jam! by  Cinder Slash
A unique take on music for young kids. A motley crew of wild beasts, decked out in leather and spikes, introduce their instruments and describe what sounds they make.
Hippos Go Berserk! by Sandra Boynton
Larger and larger groups of hippos join a lone hippopotamus for a party.
My Favorite Things : The Sound of Music by  Daniel Roode
Soar into musicals with The Sound of Music's classic song My favorite things. Each page is filled with lovely illustrations and lyrics to sing along with!
My First Book of Patterns by  Bobby (Bobby J.) George
Stripes, polka dots, plaid, chevron, and more are featured in this first-ever patterns concept book that provides readers with the vocabulary to name what they see in the world around them. The ten most prevalent patterns are presented first as a single element (This is a circle ...), then as a pattern (... a lot of circles make polka dots!). On board pages.
Peek-a-Boo You! by Jane Cabrera
Join Kitty in a game of peek-a-boo, and see who's hiding behind cut-out holes. Suitable for ages 0+.
Together by Emma Dodd
This little sea otter loves spending time with his mummy - learning new things, playing together, or even just holding each other. In fact, every day this little sea otter spends with his mummy is special, just because they are together.
We Are Music by  Brandon Stosuy
Rhyming text describes the many different types of music and how people have enjoyed it from the beginning of time.
Who Says That, Cat the Cat? by Mo Willems
An exuberant cat introduces some new animal friends and the sounds they make. On board pages.
You Can Be by  Elise Gravel
Active and entertaining characters drawn in the author's signature style will elicit giggles from kids and adults alike as they highlight all the weird and wonderful ways to be a kid. It is a gentle reminder to embrace diversity in yourself and others, to be kind, and above all, to be yourself.
Updated 06/17/2020