Great Books for Reading

    • Blocks
      Irene Dickson

      Toddlers can learn to share toys and practice colors with this simple story.

    • A Child of Books
      Oliver Jeffers

      A lyrical picture book in which a little girl sails her raft across a sea of words, arriving at the house of a small boy and calling him away on an adventure through forests of fairy tales and across mountains of make-believe.

    • Have a Look, Says Book
      Richard Jackson

      Soft kittens, wooly socks, soggy mittens, fleecy flocks--this pictorial celebration of things tactile explores how what we touch touches us.

    • Interrupting Chicken
      David Ezra Stein

      A favorite joke inspires this charming tale, in which a little chicken's habit of interrupting bedtime stories is gleefully turned on its head.

    • Lola Reads to Leo
      Anna McQuinn

      Lola has a new baby brother and she can't wait to share her love of reading with him.

    • A Place to Read
      Leigh Hodgkinson

      The little reader in this book is having a hard time finding the ideal reading spot.

    • The Rabbit Listened
      Cori Doerrfeld

      Sometimes words just can't express all our feelings. This a great one on one read for little ones who are learning to control their tempers.

    • Reading Makes You Feel Good
      Todd Parr

      Reading Makes You Feel Good will inspire and encourage young children to delight in the joyful, rewarding experience of reading.

    • Square
      Mac Barnett

      Like all of Barnett's stories, this story has lots of layers and encourages conversation between parent and child.

    • You Can Read
      Helaine Becker

      In this fun and funny celebration of literacy, kids of all ages will discover that the act of reading is a daring adventure that can take you anywhere!

    • You Must Bring A Hat
      Simon Philip

      The only rule for this party is that you must bring a hat. This hilarious story makes for a great read-aloud.