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5 Recommended Books for Toddlers

Having trouble picking out good books for your little ones? We’ve listed a handful of entertaining books that will help them as they start learning to read and write!

Photo credit: Pat-a-Cake Books

Photo credit: Pat-a-Cake Books

Here Come The Kittens, $13.40 (by Pat-a-Cake’s Clap Hands Series)
A touch and feel book, this is great for kids who like vibrant pictures and continuous learning – there are different textures on each page for the kids to explore. Pat-a-Cake also has other ranges of educational books like their First Baby Days, Toddler’s World and I’m Starting School (Wipe-Clean) books for every age.
Pat-a-Cake books are available in local bookstores, you can also shop them online here.

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Baby Beluga, $10.40
A book version of the addictive whale song, the illustrations in this board book bring the well-loved kids song to life.
Click to purchase!

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Photo credit: bookdepository.com

Big Fish Little Fish, $13.10
Dive into the ocean to learn about opposites in this bubbly book! With bright artwork, fish-shaped finger-holes, and a fun rhyming story, learning is brought to life!
Buy it here.

Photo credit: Peter Ardito

Photo credit: Peter Ardito

Touchthinklearn: ABC, $27.35
Learning ABCs has never been so fun! With raised die-cut pieces nestled in mirroring indented cut-outs on each page, the book truly adds a new dimension to learning.
Check it out here.

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Photo credit: bookdepository.com

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, $9.80
This all-time classic picture book also comes in a pop-up edition, and makes teaching the days of the week really easy. Kids just can’t get enough of it!
You can purchase it here.

Let us know in the comments below if you have any books to recommend for the kiddos!

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