Post # 1
I was recently invited to a co-workers baby shower, and I am SUPER EXCITED!!! They requested baby books with well wishes instead of cards, which I think is a phenominal idea, and I’ve never heard of doing that before! What’s like a really good book that the kiddos enjoy??? Shes having a boy, if that helps!!! Thanks bees!!!
Post # 3
Where the wild things are! It’s an awesome book, but not something everyone will think of.
Post # 4
Love you forever – Robert Munsch.
Anything by him really, read all his books when I was younger
Post # 5
Love Where the Wild Things are also! Any Dr Suess book is good!
For toddlers/babies: Goodnight Moon is good. Any book that has shapes/colors or texture for the kiddos to feel are always good.
Post # 6
Goodnight, Gorilla is one of my favorites! The Llama Llama series is really cute and fun. A really cool interactive book is Press Here.
Post # 7
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do Dou See? Get it as a board book. I know a ton of 1-2 year olds that love it, so it’s dangerous to get with regular pages.
Post # 8
Any of the The Berenstain Bears books are good. Stellaluna is really cute. I also really like I’ll Love You Forever that a PP mentioned.
Other Ideas: The Rainbow Fish, Goodnight Moon, Owl Moon, Very Hungry Caterpillar, Are You My Mother?, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, or Tuesday
Post # 9
I love The Very Hungry Caterpillar… or anything else by Eric Carle.
Post # 10
The Giving Tree…..hands down!!!
Post # 11
@pinky44: This was my bonus sons favorite book for a long time.
His other favorite was The Very Cranky Bear. I secretly love that one too.
Post # 13
@MrsDibs: I LOVE Goodnight, Gorilla! I love the illustrations and how if you look closely, you can see the baloon on almost every page, and how the zookeeper and his wife have photos of all the animals on the wall in their house. So detailed.
Post # 14
Depending on the religion – children’s bible book – not many will think of this and you may be the ONLY one… She may get 3-4 of the exact same book, then what is she supposed to do with them?
Post # 15
I’m personally a fan of Blueberries for Sal and any of the Amelia Bedilia books. Just like clothes, if you get some that are a little older the kids can grow into them.