Big-Fun Books for Babies & Toddlers

  • Benton, Jim. Piggy Paints. 2015.

    Piggy wakes up in the morning with the plan to paint all day, and he paints all kinds of things, including frogs, kitties and polka-dot pigs.

  • Birkett, Georgie. One, Two, Peekaboo! 2015.

    Come spend the day at nursery! Lift the flaps to look inside the tent, behind the paintings and behind the books to find the hidden children, and learn how to count all the way from one to 10.

  • Foster, Jane. Jane Foster's ABC. 2015.

    Introduce little ones to letters in this bold and beautiful board book.

  • Harrington, Tim. Nose to Toes, You are Yummy! 2015.

    An interactive picture book that encourages readers to sing and dance to celebrate every body part.

  • Heo, Yumi. Red Light, Green Light. 2015.

    This graphic board book features 10 lift-the-flap traffic signs.

  • John, Jory. I Will Chomp You! 2015.

    STOP RIGHT THERE. Don't move a muscle, buster. Stay out of this book or I WILL CHOMP YOU! So says the not-so-fierce inhabitant of I Will Chomp You, a tale of deception, greed…and cake!

  • Katz, Karen. Roar, Roar, Baby! 2015.

    Young readers are invited to lift flaps to reveal such zoo animals as giraffes, hippos, pandas and tigers.

  • Litton, Jonathan. One, Two, Baa, Moo: A Pop-up Book of Counting. 2015.

    Learn to count from one to five with simple pop-ups! Engaging rhymes and adorable illustrations provide an interactive reading experience.

  • Macken, JoAnn Early. Baby Says "Moo!" 2015.

    Ask Baby what people say, what dogs say, what horses say or what birds say, and Baby has only one answer: "MOO!"

  • Martin, Emily Winfield. The Wonderful Things You Will Be. 2015.

    From brave and bold to creative and clever, the rhythmic rhyme expresses all the loving things parents think of when looking at their children.

  • Molk, Laurel. Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo and Flo! 2015.

    Based on a classic nursery rhyme, four mice brothers attempt to catch animals, only to lose track of their sister, Flo, in the process.

  • Musgrave, Susan. More Blueberries. 2015.

    Young twins can't get enough of their favorite fruit in this rhyming board book.

  • Sarcone-Roach, Julia. The Bear Ate Your Sandwich. 2015.

    When a sandwich goes missing, it seems that a bear is the unlikely culprit.

  • Soffer, Gilad. Duck's Vacation. 2015.

    Duck is trying to enjoy a relaxing vacation, but with each turn of the page, the reader causes some calamity.

  • Stewart, David. Black & White: Cars and Trucks. 2015.

    Let the cars drive in! The fun designs in these high-contrast pictures range from a single, big automobile to dozens of cars, trucks and motorcycles on a page in fascinating patterns.

  • Symes, Sally. Funny Face, Sunny Face. 2015.

    Loosely following a toddler's daily routine, this book celebrates all things toddler.

  • Watt, Fiona. That's Not My Owl. 2015.

    There are eight wise owls for children to meet, and lots of new textures to touch and feel in this colorful board book.

  • Whiten, Jan. Chooky-Doodle-Doo. 2015.

    When one big-eyed chick fails to yank its prize worm from the ground, it's time to bring in a friend—and then another and another.

  • Wilson, Karma. A Frog in the Bog. 2015.

    This counting book will keep children laughing as a little frog eats his way through a variety of swamp delicacies, gradually growing "a little bit bigger" until he reaches massive proportions.

  • Van Fleet, Matthew. Color Dog. 2015.

    Dogs describe the colors in their world, from purple squeaky toys and red bouncing balls to green summer grass and black floppy ears.

  • Zommer, Yuval. The Big Blue Thing on the Hill. 2015.

    Far away from the city, in the middle of the Great Forest, is a special place called Howling Hill. It has always been peaceful and quiet, until one night, when a thing appears. It's blue, it's big and the animals all agree that it has to go.

revised December 2015