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