Children’s Books You Should Have

My sister recently had a very sweet baby shower. In place of cards, she opted for people to bring her books. Cue music here!! I love books! I love the way they feel, I love the way they smell, the way weight, the paper. I usually visit a bookstore or the library on almost ever single vacation we go on. To me it is the most important stop in our journey.

My sister asked me for my list of the top children books she should have. This is of course my personal list and not an exhaustive list at all. It is just a selection. To get you started in curating a lovely shelf of some of the most beautiful works in the composition of words. So whether you are building out a home library, or having your first baby this is the list I believe you should start with! Happy Reading!

Ages 0-5 years:

Brown bear, Brown bear – what do you seeshopping-1

 

Dear Zoo shopping-2

The wonderful things you will be shopping-4

Pout Pout Fish shopping-5

Original Curious George (six book set) shopping-6

Dear Girl, (if you have girls) shopping-3

If you give a mouse a cookie Unknown-2

Dragons Love Tacos (one and two)
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Giraffes Can’t Dance. shopping-9

The Very Hungry Caterpillarshopping-10

The Giving Tree shopping-11

How to Raise a Momshopping-12

Corduroy shopping-13

Snuggle Puppy Unknown-1

On the Night You Were Born shopping-14

Tickle Monster Unknown-1.jpeg

The Little Engine that Could Unknown-1

I Love You all The Time Unknown-2

Lama, Lama Nighty Nightshopping

Good Good Father shopping-1

I Knew You Could Do It Unknown-3

The Tale of Three Treesshopping

The Polar Express shopping-2.jpeg

Thankful Unknown-4

When Christmas Came Unknown-5

Little Colts Palm Sunday Unknown-6

The Christmas Angel HT_christmas_angel_jt_141209_16x9_992

We Are The Gardeners Unknown

God Gave Us You shopping.jpeg

The Jesus Story Book Bible shopping-3

The Kissing Hand shopping-5

The Velveteen Rabbit shopping-4

Seed and Trees shopping-6

Just Me and My Dad (for boys) Unknown-7

The Tale of Peter Rabbit shopping-7

Winnie the Pooh shopping-8

Green Eggs and Ham Unknown

 

 

 

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