Our newest favorite book is Giraffes Can't Dance...The illistrations are beautiful!
A ton. We really like the "If You Give A Mouse.." collection, and I'm reading "The Little House..." collection with my 4 year old right now. They also love The Mitten, Caps For Sale, among others.
How I Love You, A Home For A Bunny, Country Mouse and City mouse, we have a bunch of mother goose nursery rhyme type books and a lot of number/object books too.
Quoting D♥'sK:" What are some books you've read & bought for your little ones?"
The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss is one of my favorite one. We also ready Green Eggs and Ham, Oh Baby The Places you'll Go: A book to be read in Utreo, and Cat in the Hat. Plus we have a whole collection of Disney Stories. Another one of my favorites is the Monster at the End of This Book (Sesame Street), which my 3-year old nephew loves.
Me and Cory read to her every night. I already have our favorites packed away in my hospital bag so we can read them to her once she is born.
My son is loving this book of bedtime stories, too..
My daughter has the princess one.
We read The Muppet Babies books a lot, and DH got The Stinky Cheese Man and reads it to him a lot.
I have a 7 month old and we love to read "My First Mother Goose" and "Mother Goose Illustrations" One has cardboard pages and the other is made of cloth :)
Perfect for children!!
Quoting the grace life:" My son is loving this book of bedtime stories, too.. My daughter has the princess one."
I have all of those stories. They were on sale on Thanksgiving at Wal-Mart. I even bought extra copies to send to Cory's other children as Christmas gifts. Great book!
My favorite book as a child was Corduroy...I bought it for DS and it came with the little bear. So cute!
Also any of the Dr. Seuss books!
I have a large collection of Dr. Seuss books that I read to my 5 month old all the time. She loves all of the rhymes and the pictures. I also have some disney stories a few mother goose stories and some older childrens books my parents picked up for her at the used book store. I don't think it matters what you read to them just as long as you do read to them