A bestselling "lift-the-flap" board book returns. In this delightful
interactive book, babies search for hand, eyes, feet and more!
An ideal first book and one that will continue to fascinate young
readers as they grow. Simple white pictures against black
backgrounds provide high contrast images for developing eyes
A family classic about how much a father loves his son. Now available
in a new, larger size making it perfect for lap sharing.
A great children's bedtime book. It tells a story of goodnight wishes
from a young rabbit. Finding all the items mentioned throughout
the book, within the pictures, is a good bedtime activity.
This book has been inspiring young readers since 1955. It shows how far
our imagination can take us and provides kids a marvelous journey and a
wonderful sense that anything is possible.
A rare book that can be enjoyed by child or adult. The wild
things, with their mismatched parts and giant eyes, manage
to be scary-looking without really being scary. At times,
they are downright hilarious.
Young readers who are still learning their sounds and letters will get
a wacky workout as they follow along with Mr. Brown. A Dr. Seuss
Whether by foot, boat, car or unicycle, these lovable dogs
demonstrate the many ways one can travel. Still one of the best
children's books around.
A perfect book for the little one who is reluctant to go to bed. This silly
book provides an ark full of animals that watch the sun go down and
then prepare for bed.
This large format book brings animal images to life and helps
to build a child's vocabulary.
This book provides a celebration of the body and what it can do. Filled
with rhymes and captivating characters that look like kids drew them
A big, bright, colorful board book that encourages young readers to explore
their knowledge of color, numbers, sizes, everyday objects and the alphabet.
Parents can encourage reading in many ways. But one very important activity for
preparing your child to succeed as a reader is reading aloud together.
Reading aloud helps children associate sounds with pictures and words and
develops the visual and language skills that they will use in school and throughout
their lives. Reading aloud also creates a special time for you to bond with your
child. Cuddle together as you share adventures, laugh at silly characters, root for
heroes, and "boo" at villains.
At just a few months of age, an infant can look at pictures, listen to your voice, and
point to objects on book pages. Guide your child by pointing to the pictures and
say the names of the various objects. By drawing attention to pictures and
associating words with both pictures and real-world objects, your child will begin
to develop the visual-auditory skills needed for reading and learning.
Set the Stage for Reading and Learning
Reading books aloud to children stimulates their imagination and expands their
understanding of the world. It helps them develop visualization and listening skills
and prepares them to understand the written word.
Listed below are a few of our favorite books for reading to young children. Clicking
on any of the book titles provides a convenient link to Amazon.com where you can
learn more about the book and order a copy, if you would like.
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Children's Eye Exam
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Signs of Eye or Vision
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