Baby's First BooksLittle Lamma
This thoughtful and visually appealing collection of baby's first books introduces your little one to shapes, colors, numbers, letters, textures, and movement. It includes:
"Touch Think Learn: Colors" by Xavier Deneux
"Touch Think Learn: Shapes" by Xavier Deneux
* TouchThinkLearn books have a format unlike any other. Combining scooped-out die-cuts with raised, shaped elements, each book is designed to offer the youngest learners an irresistible opportunity to explore their universe in a hands-on, multisensory way.
"If I Were a Duck" board book by Jellycat
"Mr. Bear's ABC" by Virginie Aracil
"Welcome to My House: A Collection of First Words" by Gaia Stella. First words are everywhere you look, especially in a house! This visually striking picture book catalogs an impressive array of household items, naming the delightful miscellany that comprises a life.
"Planes Go" board book by Steve Light
"Funny Animal Tails" a developmental, soft cloth book
"Touch and Explore: Ocean" by Nathalie Choux
"This is Not My Hat" by Jon Klassen, winner of the 2017 Caldecott Medal.
"Where's Walrus and Penguin" by Stephen Savage
"Last Stop on Market Street" by Matt de La Pena. Winner of the John Newberry Medal and a Caldecott Honor book.
"Today" by Julie Morstad. 2017 BC Book Prizes' Christie Harris Illustrated Literature Prize finalist
"Marlo" by Christopher Browne. A glorious, mostly wordless picture book about a dog who needs a bath—and finds much more than that—by phenomenal debut author/illustrator Christopher Browne, who was inspired by his own rescue dog.
"Frederick" by Leo Leonni. A Caldecott Honor–winning story about a little mouse who gathers something unusual for the long winter is celebrating its fiftieth birthday!
"Time For Bed" by Bedouet Thierry. It's bedtime, but five animal friends just can't seem to fall asleep. Little crocodile wants one last hug, Little monkey feels it's too dark, and Little cat just wants to play some more. With patience and understanding, their moms and dads know just how to soothe their children, and provide the comfort that eventually sends them off to sleep. Young children will enjoy pulling the tabs to change the pictures on every spread, to see just how the little animals are reassured
"Sleep Like a Tiger" by Mary Logue. Winner of the 2013 Randolph Caldecott Honor Award.