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Shop talk: Which books do you and your baby love to read?

Shop talk: Which books do you and your baby love to read?


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I Love You, Stinky Face, by Lisa McCourt, is our favorite so far.
– ktisswt

My 11-month-old loves hearing Eric Carle's Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? over and over!
– Marcus's mommy

My son and I love to read Little Quack, by Lauren Thompson. We have a washcloth that goes over my hand in the shape of a duck that we use to play the role of Little Quack. It's such a great book.
– Chele

Love, love, love

My 11-month-old loves Love You Through and Through, by Bernadette Rossetti-Shustak. A few weeks after our copy got ruined, he grabbed one off of a store shelf, and I couldn't resist buying it. If there's a stack of books on the floor, he'll search for that one book!
– mayg

My baby and I love to read Guess How Much I Love You after bath time. By the end of the story, her eyes are so heavy that all I have to do is put her in her crib.
– 1stOne

Classics

My 3-month-old enjoys Hickory, Dickory, Dock and Other Favorite Nursery Rhymes. I like alternating between reading and singing the rhymes to keep her interested.
– preggo

We read Buenas Noches, Luna (the Spanish version of Goodnight Moon) to help our baby learn Spanish and to keep us practicing it.
– A our site member

My daughter is 2 1/2 months and she loves Winnie-the-Pooh books. I like to point out different objects in the pictures. It's great bonding time for us!
– amanda

My son is nearly 6 months old, and he absolutely loves Dr. Seuss's Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? As soon as I read, "He can go like a cow. He can go–," he smiles big with anticipation. When I finish the line with "MOO MOO," he gets so excited.
– First Lovey

My son loves Goodnight Moon. From the age of 5 months, he'd sit still for at least three readings at a time. We love to count the kittens, mittens, and little bears. He can already count to two, and I attribute that to reading the book so much. A must-have.
– Dixie

New favorites

ABC Look at Me, by Roberta Grobel Intrater, has a baby picture for each letter of the alphabet. A is for angry, B is for bashful, and so on. My son loves to try and make the same faces they're making in the book.
– miraclechild

Our 9-month-old twin girls love Olivia, by Ian Falconer. We started reading it as their bedtime book at 6 months, and now they can't wait for Mommy to sit down and read it to them. They also love Roger Priddy's First Words books.
– capitolmom

My daughter loves I Know a Rhino by Charles Fuge. It's a very sweet book with great illustrations. She's only 11 months old and already loves to flip through the pages.
– slk


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