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Books for Babies

"More, More, More" Said the Baby: 3 Love Stories
by Vera Williams
Three babies are caught up in the air and given loving attention by a father, grandmother, and mother. 
Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?
by Bill Martin
Baby will enjoy looking at each of the colorful animals that appears as an answer to the question “What do you see?” 
Baby Talk
by Judy Hindley
Rhyming text describes the activities in a baby's day and the words he says while going to the playground, eating dinner, and taking a bath. 
Bear at Home
by Stella Blackstone
Cheerful illustrations invite us to follow Bear as he visits the different rooms in his house and participates in common activities like taking a bath, reading a book, and going to bed with his teddy bear. 
Black on White
by Tana Hoban
Black illustrations against a white background depict such objects as an elephant, butterfly, and leaf. On board pages. 
Dancing Feet!
by Lindsey Craig
Easy-to-read, rhyming text depicts different animals dancing. 
Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling
by Tracey Campbell Pearson
The traditional nursery rhyme is accompanied by soft watercolors featuring a contemporary baby at home. 
Fiesta Babies
by Carmen Tafolla
Babies enjoy the colorful fiesta with singing, dancing, hugs, and kisses. 
Happy Hippo, Angry Duck: A Book of Moods
by Sandra Boynton
Rhyming verse relates the moods of different animals. 
Hey Diddle Diddle
by Jonas Sickler
A wordless retelling of the classic nursery rhyme. 
I Kissed the Baby
by Mary Murphy
Various animals tell how they saw, fed, sang to, tickled, and kissed the new duckling. 
I Like Fruit
by Lorena Siminovich
Collage illustrations and simple text invite the reader to explore the world of fruit, from blue blueberries to yellow pears. 
In My Tree
by Sara Gillingham
Discover who lives with owl in his tree. Book comes with an attached fingerpuppet that adds a fun element to the story. 
Kite Day
by Will Hillenbrand
Bear and Mole build a kite and take it out on a windy day, but when the weather suddenly turns stormy there are unexpected consequences for some birds. 
Kitten's Spring
by Eugenie Fernandes
It's a bright spring day in the farmyard and Kitten is meeting all sorts of animals and their young, including frogs and tadpoles, owls and owlets and many more. 
One Sunny Day
by Tammi Salzano
One sunny day, Bear enjoys a square sandbox, star sunglasses, circle bubbles, oval watermelons, and a special surprise from Mommy and Daddy. 
by Nina Laden
The reader can look through die-cut pages for a visual clue to complete a game of peek-a-boo. 
Sleepy, Oh So Sleepy
by Denise Fleming
Depicts a number of animal babies sleeping as a mother puts her own baby to bed. 
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes
by Mem Fox
Rhyming text compares babies born in different places and in different circumstances, but they all share the commonality of ten little fingers and ten little toes. 
Ten Tiny Babies
by Karen Katz
Babies from one to ten enjoy a bouncy, noisy, jiggly day until they are finally fast asleep at night. 
by Byron Barton
Brief text and illustrations present a variety of trucks and what they do. 
by Leslie Patricelli
Baby, a toddler, loves playing during bath time. 
What's On My Head?
by Margaret Miller
Presents color photographs of different objects on children's heads. 
Whoa, Baby, Whoa!
by Grace Nichols
A baby finally finds something to do that does not make everyone in the family tell him "No." 
This is just a sample of some of the great books in our collection. Ask a librarian for more suggestions!
Interested in reading one of these books? Call or visit your favorite library and ask for it! You can also check the Library Catalog.
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