Are you looking for books for toddlers that will make them interested in reading? Or does your toddler just need some new books to add to their collection?
Luckily, my toddler has a love for reading just like her brother and I do. I am always on the lookout for new books for her.
If you need some ideas, here are 11 books for toddlers that are my daughter’s favorites from her collection.
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This is a fun and silly book that helps your toddler with learning about the alphabet. It is another classic that should be a part of your child’s book collection.
This is a great book for any Daniel Tiger fan, especially if they are a picky eater! My daughter is and that is the main reason I got her this book. We refer to it whenever we are trying to encourage her to try new foods. See if it helps with your picky eater!
This book is another favorite of my daughter’s. It is probably because dancing is one of her most favorite things to do. There is a good lesson to be learned by reading this book. The giraffe ends up feeling low because he can’t dance like the other animals, but he discovers that he can dance after all, in his own way.
Another great book for any Daniel Tiger fan. It is also very helpful if you struggle with your toddler when it is time to get ready for bed.
Have a toddler that is obsessed with unicorns? If so, pick up this book because it is a cute and fun read!
First of all, I love that they came out with books for both girls and boys. We own the one for girls and it has been very helpful when it came to potty training our daughter. She loved reading it even when she was not yet ready to potty train. She has also enjoyed reading it since becoming potty trained.
My sister purchased this book for my daughter years ago and she has always been absolutely obsessed with it! It is a very interactive book and I think that’s why she enjoys it so much. It involves several of their senses through the use of flaps, mirrors, and sticky textures.
A fun and imaginative book that is great for bedtime reading. When the clock strikes 12 the toys emerge from the toy box. Find out what they do while Lucy is sleeping!
I kept hearing so much talk about this book, so I decided to pick up a copy from Amazon for my daughter. It took one time of reading it and she was hooked (no pun intended)!
This is a classic for a reason! I don’t know who does not enjoy reading this book. If you don’t already own it for your child you definitely should pick it up.
I recently purchased this book for my daughter and it has been her absolute favorite ever since. She has me read it every night before bed. What I like most about it is that it never gets old no matter how many times I read it to her. Usually, after reading a book so many times I beg her to be able to read a different one. This book is so fun and cute that I do not mind reading it every single night. If your toddler loves unicorns as much as mine they will love this book too!
Getting your toddler into reading is so important. The best way to do so is to make sure they have plenty of books to choose from.
Make it a habit to read them a book every night before bed. It really helps to wind them down for the evening.
What are some of your toddler’s favorite books? Share them with me in the comments!