When sharing books with your preschooler you should:
Here are some great books to share with your preschooler:
It is nighttime at the zoo. The animals are asleep. All is still, until. . . beebeebobbibobbi beebeebobbibobbi beebeebobbibobbibeebeebobbibobbi The baby beebee bird, new to the zoo, is singing his song. . .ALL NIGHT LONG! Nothing the animals do or say will stop him. Until, that is, they come up with a plan to teach the baby beebee bird that nighttime is really best for sleeping -- especially for little birds.
"Bark, George," says George's mother, and George goes: "Meow," which definitely isn't right, because George is a dog. And so is his mother, who repeats, "Bark, George." And George goes, "Quack, quack." What's going on with George?
Frances decides she likes to eat only bread and jam at every meal--until to her surprise--her parents grant her wish.
A band of mischievous monkeys steals every one of a peddler's caps while he takes a nap under a tree.
Impressed by the proud caterpillar's boast that she will turn into a butterfly when she grows up, a polliwog determines to watch the caterpillar very carefully and turn into a butterfly too.
In a rhythmic alphabet chant, all the letters race one another up the coconut tree.
Pigeon is very angry when the duckling gets a cookie just by asking politely.
This looks like an ordinary box full of ordinary yarn. But it turns out it isn't.
This bird watching adventure, introduces 12 common birds and showing how to identify each one.
A counting book in which one by one the little monkeys jump on the bed only to fall off and bump their heads.
How Harry convinced his family that he was himself-with a most un-Harry-like trick-makes an engaging and delightful story.
What a night! The moon is full. Kitten is hungry and inquisitive and brave and fast and persistent and unlucky . . . then lucky! What a night!
Leo couldn't do anything right. He couldn't read. He couldn't write. He couldn't draw. When Leo's father asks what's the matter with Leo, Leo's mother explains that he's simply a late bloomer.
Tucked into bed by his mama, Baby Llama immediately starts worrying when she goes downstairs, and his soft whimpers turn to hollers when she doesn't come right back. But just in time, Mama returns to set things right.
Every Tuesday Lola and her mother visit their local library to return and check out books, attend story readings, and share a special treat.
She longed for adventure. So she left her home and ventured out into the wide world. The pleasures and perils she met proved plentiful: marauding pirates on the majestic seas, a ferocious lion under the bright lights of the big top, a mysterious stranger in an exotic and bustling bazaar.
When three baby owls awake one night to find their mother gone, they can't help but wonder where she is.
Friends come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and all sorts of species, too! Every day Amos McGee spends a little bit of time with each of his friends, running races with the tortoise, keeping the shy penguin company, and even reading bedtime stories to the owl. But when he is too sick to make it to the zoo, his animal friends decide it's time they returned the favor.
No book has captured the magic and sense of possibility of the first snowfall better than The Snowy Day . Universal in its appeal, the story has become a favorite of millions, as it reveals a child's wonder at a new world, and the hope of capturing and keeping that wonder forever.
A little fish, the lone survivor of a school of fish swallowed by a tuna, devises a plan to camouflage himself and his new companions.
The search is on for green sheep in this cozy, sheep-filled story.