Best Books for 2's and 3's
Bunny Cakes By Rosemary Wells It is Grandma’s birthday and Ruby and Max each make a cake for her.
Dear Zoo By Rod Campbell Each animal arriving from the zoo as a pet fails to suit the owner, until the right one is found.
Come Along, Daisy! By Jane Simmons Daisy the duckling becomes so involved in playing with dragonflies and lily pads, that she loses her mother.
Guess How Much I Love You By Sam McBratney The love between a bunny and his son far outreaches anything you can imagine.
I Can By Helen Oxenbury These board books help children become aware of their senses and explore the world they live in by touching and doing.
Mama Cat Has Three Kittens By Denise Fleming Two Kittens copy everything their mother does while one is more independent.
The Snowy Day By Ezra Jack Keats The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.
Good Dog, Daisy By Lisa Kopper Uh-oh! Daisy’s puppies are acting like toddlers.
Is that Josie? By Keiko Narahashi Who do you think is peeking out of the bed? Is it a sly fox, or Josie?
Kiss Goodnight By Amy Hest Sam’s bedtime routine is upset when his mother forgets something very
Oliver Finds His Way By Phyllis Root See how little bear finds his way home.
Where’s my Teddy? By Jez Alborough What happens when Eddie finds a different kind of bear?
Good Night Gorilla By Peggy Rathmann You’ll have fun talking about one sneaky gorilla in this almost wordless book.
Hooray for Fish! By Lucy Cousins Little fish has all sorts of friends in his underwater home, but loves one of them most of all.
Splash! By Flora McDonnell When the jungle animals are hot, a baby elephant has a good solution...squirting and splashing water.
Toes, Ears & Nose! By Marion Dane Bauer Lift the flap book.
Big Red Barn By Margaret Wise Brown Enjoy making all the sounds of all the animals who live in the big red barn.
Here Are My Hands By John Archambault Can your hands do all these things?