Easy Reads That Stand the Test of Time
- What: New Classic Books for Toddlers
- When: 12 months to 5 years
- Why: Entertaining, long-lasting appeal
- Where: Amazon
Are you tired of reading the same books with your toddlers over and over again? Looking for some new titles that they will love to read time and time again? If you want a book you can both enjoy for months to come, check out the titles below.
Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night?: The perfect bedtime book for any construction enthusiast, this sweet board book goes through the nighttime routines of all their favorite vehicles. From dump trucks to fire trucks, each family tucks their little ones in tight in a myriad of ways. Enjoy the adorable illustrations and short rhyming text over and over again.
Steam Train, Dream Train: Another bedtime favorite, Steam Train, Dream Train takes readers on a ride through loading up a cargo train with all sorts of fun freight. With lots of animal actions before settling to sleep, these whimsical illustrations and fun text will keep kids coming back for more.
I’m Dirty: Another favorite for construction enthusiasts and anyone who likes a good mud bath, this book comes in both a board book version and a picture book. Enjoy the hard work of one backhoe loader in action cleaning up an abandoned site. Kids will enjoy counting the trash found as well as the fun of making a mess, all with a positive message and zero actual dirt.
What Shall We Do With the Boo-Hoo Baby?: Perfect for older siblings or anyone who enjoys creative problem solving, the animals in this board book take turns suggesting how to make the crying baby happy again. Enjoy the sweet antics and adorable illustrations, and don’t forget to think outside the baby box.
Very Cranky Bear: Another great book about problem solving for little ones, in this board book tale, four friends take turns trying to soothe a grumpy bear. With an emphasis on listening and thinking of others, this fun tale will delight readers of any age.
Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada: This delightful spin on baby’s first word works great for infants and toddlers as well as adults. The entertaining animals emit a series of fun sounds in one dad’s quest on how to get your baby to say Dada.