Children Ages 0-4 Years
In the category of ages 0-4 years you will find age relevant childrens books for your child. In this age group you will see your child answer questions and identify objects when they read. They will be able to identify familiar object as well as point to specific objects on the page. They will pretend to read and finish sentences of a familiar book. They will know the names of books and be able to idenify them by pictures. They will begin to be able to turn the pages and have a favorite book and request it to be read often. You will also find that they will enjoy scribbling.
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"More More More," Said the Baby Board Book (Caldecott Collection)"More More More," Said the Baby Board Book (Caldecott Collection)Gouache paintings illustrate the love between three children, Little Guy, Little Pumpkin and Little Bird and the adults in their lives. Little Guy's daddy grabs him up to swing him around and kiss his tummy which makes him cry "more, more, more." Little Pumpkin's grandma loves to give his toes attention, and Little Bird's mama loves her sleepy, tired little eyes. A visual celebration of family connections. This quality childrens book is an Caldecott Honor Book. .
"Stand Back," Said the Elephant, "I'm Going to Sneeze!" (Hard Cover)"Stand Back," Said the Elephant, "I'm Going to Sneeze!"  (Hard Cover)The last time the elephant had to sneeze, he blew the monkeys out of the trees, stripes right off the zebra and spots flew off of the leopard. This hilarious new edition of the favorite non-sense verse again shows the panic that will follow the elephants scary announcement. This high quality childrens books comes highly recommended by ChildrensBooks2U.
1 Is One (Hard Cover)1 Is One  (Hard Cover)1 is one duckling swimming in a dish, 2 is two sisters making a wish…. Celebrated author and illustrator of quality childrens books Tasha Tudor invites the youngest of readers to count life's simple joys in this delightful reissue of her 1957 Caldecott Honor book. Rhyming verse and pictures introduce the numbers from one to twenty. A great kids books for youngsters learning to count.
10 Minutes till Bedtime (Board Book)10 Minutes till Bedtime  (Board Book)The countdown to bedtime is about to begin when a family of hamsters arrives at the front door. "All aboard," shouts the child's pet hamster, and it's off to the kitchen for a snack, to the bathroom for tooth brushing, to the bedroom for a story. Then just as the child starts to read, more hamsters stream through the front door and the escapades accelerate as the countdown continues. Now in a sturdy board book format, this favorite bedtime childrens books is ready for a younger audience. A kids
12 Ways to Get to 11 (Aladdin Picture Books) (Paper Back)12 Ways to Get to 11 (Aladdin Picture Books)  (Paper Back)1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 __ 12 What happened to 11? Is it in the magician's hat? Maybe it's in the mailbox or hiding in the jack-o'-lantern? Don't forget to look in the barnyard where the hen awaits the arrival of her new little chicks. Could that be where eleven went? Eve Merriam and Bernie Karlin take young readers on a counting adventure as they demonstrate twelve witty and imaginative ways to get to eleven. A different childrens books that will inspire thinking in your youngsters mind.
123 Boston: A Cool Counting Book123 Boston: A Cool Counting BookCurious children learn to count to 10 using some of Boston's most memorable symbols and landmarks. The USS Constitution, the Boston Red Sox, the swan boats and the city's famous Boston Marathon.
50 Below Zero (Paper Back)50 Below Zero  (Paper Back)Jason's dad tends to walk in his sleep and ends up in the most unlikely places. On one especially cold night it falls to Jason to find his father and keep him safe. The humorous illustrations are large and colorful with a page of text facing each one.
A Boy, a Dog, a Frog, and a Friend (Hard Cover)A Boy, a Dog, a Frog, and a Friend  (Hard Cover)First came a boy and his dog. Then they found a frog. Can a new turtle be a good friend too?
A Child's Good Night Book Board BookA Child's Good Night Book Board BookNight is coming and tiny things without words are going to sleep, sleepy bunnies, sleepy birds and sleepy children too are getting under their blankets.
A Child's Treasury of Nursery RhymesA Child's Treasury of Nursery RhymesThis amazingly illustrated paperback and CD set contains more than 75 of the best loved rhymes and songs of childhood, from soothing lullabies to chants at the schoolyard.
A Color of His OwnA Color of His OwnThis charming childrens story book of a chameleon searching for his own color, who ends up finding a good friend. Elephants are grey. Pigs are pink. Just the chameleon has no color of his own.
A Crack in the TrackA Crack in the TrackWhat does it take to bring the entire Island of Sodor Railway System to a halt? Just a small crack in the track. Well, a crack in the track and some hail on the rail and a toad in the road and a fuss on the bus.
A Potty for Me!: A Lift-the-Flap Instruction ManualA Potty for Me!: A Lift-the-Flap Instruction ManualMommy got me a brand new potty! But I am not ready yet! I want to run and play. Uh-oh, I peed in my pants. But Mommy says, "That is OK!"
Alphabet City (Caldecott Honor Book)Alphabet City (Caldecott Honor Book)A 1996 Caldecott Honor book. The urban landscape will never look the same again. As Stephen T. Johnson demonstrates in a series of amazingly realistic pastels and watercolors, a simple sawhorse can contain the letter A, while lamp posts alongside a highway can form a row of elegant soaring Y's.
Alphabet RescueAlphabet RescueBestselling writer Audrey Wood and her artist son Bruce Wood team up to present an alphabet book in this popular children's series. Now the little letters build a fire truck and save the day.
Animals (Baby Touch and Feel)Animals (Baby Touch and Feel)A small touch and feel book full of cuddly bunnies and other soft animals, this is a gift your little one is sure to adore.
Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?With the important prereading concepts of rhyme, rhythm and repetition this childrens picture book has long been used as beginning readers. The new 8 x 10 trim and classic beginning reader format create a more “big kid” version to read by themselves.
Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?The final collaboration from this bestselling author/illustrator team. Small readers will enjoy Baby Bear's quest to find Mama, and they will revel in identifying each of the native North American animals that appear along the way.
Baby's First FarmBaby's First FarmChildren will love the colorful pictures in this Baby's First Farm. This stunning series will entertain children while giving them a jump start on learning.
Barbie Loves Her FriendsBarbie Loves Her FriendsYoung little girls will be delighted with this treasury featuring three wonderful Barbie friendship stories: My Fabulous Friends, Barbie Loves Pets, and Secret Hearts.
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Animals (Baby Touch and Feel)Animals (Baby Touch and Feel)
The Going-To-Bed BookThe Going-To-Bed Book
Where Is Baby's Belly Button?Where Is Baby's Belly Button?
Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap BookDear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book
A Potty for Me!: A Lift-the-Flap Instruction ManualA Potty for Me!: A Lift-the-Flap Instruction Manual
Goodnight MoonGoodnight Moon
There's No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System (Cat in the Hat's Lrning Libry)There's No Place Like Space: All About Our Solar System (Cat in the Hat's Lrning Libry)
The Very Hungry CaterpillarThe Very Hungry Caterpillar
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