Babies & Toddlers
Brown, Margaret Wise
THE RUNAWAY BUNNY
A bunny wants to run away and tells his mother where he'll go.
Carlstrom, Nancy White
JESSE BEAR, WHAT WILL YOU WEAR?
A small bear states what he will wear throughout the day.
Rhyming text convey a mother's love for her child.
A train travels through tunnels, by cities, and over trestles.
Dyer An illustrated collection of Mother Goose rhymes, lullabies and verses.
Colors and shapes are introduced with cut-out animal faces.
IN THE SMALL, SMALL POND
Rhymes tell about animal life in and around a pond.
ORANGE PEAR APPLE BEAR
A humorous look at shape, color and sequence.
IN THE JUNGLE
Pretend to be a jungle animal.
TEDDY BEAR, TEDDY BEAR: A CLASSIC ACTION RHYME
A small teddy bear goes about his daily activities.
Hicks, Barbara Jean
I LIKE COLORS
Opposites and patterns are used to illustrate color.
OF COLORS AND THINGS
Photographs of common objects are grouped by color.
THE SEALS ON THE BUS
Sounds abound when a bus stops to pick up many animals.
TEN TINY BABIES
Learn to count with ten busy babies.
Martin, Jr., Bill
BROWN BEAR, BROWN BEAR, WHAT DO YOU SEE?
Children see many different animals looking at them.
WE'VE ALL GOT BELLYBUTTONS!
Readers are invited to explore their bodies.
The moon comforts bedtime fears.
Mr. Horse gives a ride to his friends.
EARLY MORNING IN THE BARN
Barn animals wake up when the rooster crows.
A young boy watches a train go by.