Board Books

Peek-a boo! book cover

Peek-a boo!

Nina Laden

j394.2646 Laden
Board Books

Colorful pictures and rhyming text help children guess what they will see through die-cut windows.

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Spooky art, page cut outs, rhyming words - What more could a little reader want?! -Shawna

Mouse says "sorry" book cover

Mouse says "sorry"

Michael Dahl

Kids, Board Books

As mouse rushes home to dinner, he apologizes for tracking mud everywhere he goes.

Angie's picture

This sturdy board book helps toddlers understand when and why to say sorry. -Angie

Baby loves green energy! book cover

Baby loves green energy!

Ruth Spiro

Board Books, Kids

"Accurate enough to satisfy an expert, yet simple enough for baby, this clever board book explores the science of global warming and shows how we can use green energy to help combat climate change."--

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Baby goes to market book cover

Baby goes to market

author Atinuke

Board Books

"Join Baby and his doting mama at a bustling southwest Nigerian marketplace for a bright, bouncy read-aloud offering a gentle introduction to numbers."--Publisher's description.

Anne W's picture

This book is so cute and funny, so fun to read aloud, introduces numbers, and helps you feel the sights and sounds of a bustling Nigerian marketplace! -Anne W

Goodnight, rainbow cats book cover

Goodnight, rainbow cats

Bàrbara Castro Urío

jBOARD BOOK Castro Urio
Board Books

One-by-one twelve colorful cats, viewed through die-cut holes, return to the big white house, and settle down to sleep.

Anne W's picture

Blow a kid's mind with this clever book, in which twelve colorful cats appear and disappear through die-cut holes in the book as they settle into a house to sleep. -Anne W

Where's the giraffe? book cover

Where's the giraffe?

Ingela P. Arrhenius

jBOARD BOOK Arrhenius
Board Books

Readers are asked where each animal is hiding and can lift the felt flap on the opposite page to see its location.

Anne W's picture

For infants and toddlers, try this lift-the-flap title - bright, blocky illustrations and simple, repetitive text appeal to the littlest readers, and the best part is the flaps are made of felt so little hands can't rip and destroy them! There are several other similar books in this series as well - Where is the Penguin, Where is the Unicorn, Where is the Cat, etc etc. -Anne W

Baby learns about animals book cover

Baby learns about animals

Read Woke, Board Books

Baby feeds and trains the family's animals.

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We sang you home book cover

We sang you home

Richard Van Camp

Read Woke, Board Books

A pair of parents celebrate their new baby.

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Black bear red fox : colours in Cree book cover

Black bear red fox : colours in Cree

Julie Flett

Read Woke, Board Books, Animals

A book demonstrating colors in English as well as in Cree, along with the pronunciation.

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