Are you about to register for your baby? Here are four baby books that would be great additions to your list. My daughter, Joleen, has been in love with all of these books since she was about 3 months old. I think we still read them all at least five times a day! She has a TON of books, but these particular four seem to be her absolute favorite.Hopefully they will hold up so her little brother can enjoy them too!
Continue reading to find out the 4 Books Joleen Insists You Include on Your Baby Registry…
1. That’s Not My Monster is a bright, colorful, touch and feel board book that is full of the most adorable monsters you’ll ever meet. I find that board books can withstand a good beating, which will hopefully allow me to save this book for our next baby.
This is such a simple board book, but your baby is sure to love it. There isn’t much in way of a story line, but I think the simplicity is perfect for babies. The words are repetitive to help your little one pick up more vocabulary, and they will also be introduced to new shapes and textures. $8.99 on Amazon.com
2. If you’re looking for your baby’s first book, Jellycat’s Jungly Tails is perfect! My daughter is head over heels for this soft, plush book. She got her book at three months old, and now at 19 months, it’s still one her favorites. Jungly Tails will draw your little one into the wonderful world of books… and into the jungle. $12.73 on Amazon.com
3. Saffy by Paola Opal is a book for any time of day and any type of mood. Joleen loves this adorably winsome little board book. I can read it over and over, and it never grows old. The bright colors, and fun-to-say words will engage and captivate your little munchkin. The story is simple, but teaches a very beautiful message. I love that every time we read this book, Joleen is reminded that if she puts her mind to something, she too can reach the stars just like little Saffy does in the book. $8.95 on Amazon.com
4. Little Feet Love is a touch and feel board book for your baby’s feet! This adorable book allows your little one to explore different shapes and textures. Obviously, they can use their hands for this book too, but Joleen knows this is a special book just for her feet. She will bring this book to me, and automatically take off her sock and lift her foot. Out of all the touch and feel books the girl has, this by far has been her favorite for months and months. $7.95 on Amazon.com