If you want young children good reading habit, then choose the child does not look tough and are interested in reading. The text of moderate difficulty, some vocabulary anyway, you can do so many pictures, so that the children’s reading speed and after watching the full text of the book will help. Whether you have an infant, toddler, or young child at home, you’re bound to find a book on our list of favorites that your child won’t be able to get enough of! Looking for more interesting book?
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
by Bill Martin Jr.
Our staff members love this 40-year-old classic. It is a must-have for children. Brown Bear illustrates a variety of animals, all in different shapes and sizes, and takes children on a tale full of rhyming words and vibrant colors. This classic will quickly become one of your child’s favorite books.
by Sandra Boynton
Fiddle-playing cows and dancing pigs fill the pages of this book, as they do-si-do along with their barnyard friends. Your child will want to sing and dance along with the crazy animals. The rhyming words and wacky illustrations make this book a pleasure to read, time and time again. All of our moms and dads love this book!
Bear Snores On
by Karma Wilson
The cold and chill of winter force all the little creatures of the forest to wander into Bear’s den for some warmth and comfort. But even with all the commotion, Bear just keeps on snoring! So what happens when he finally wakes? He finds all the animals having a party — without him!
“There’s a wonderful rhyming rhythm to this story of a sleepy bear and his unexpected guests,” says one mom on our staff.
Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book
by Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss makes learning the alphabet as easy as A,B,C! This educational book will help your child learn letters, sounds, and words with the rhythm and rhyme of Dr. Seuss that we have all come to love.
I Love You, Good Night
by Jon Buller and Susan Schade
How many different ways can you say “I love you”? Some ways can be silly — “I love you like a frog loves flies!” — and others are simply heartfelt, as the title conveys. No matter how you say it, this book offers parents many ways to show their child how much they love him, day in and day out.