Saturday, May 19, 2012

List of Books - Toddlers

I have posted before a reading list for infants. Now it's time for toddlers. Here it is as found in the book 'Creating Readers' by Pam Schiller:

Animal Crackers - by Jane Dyer
The Animal Orchestra - by Scott Gustafson
Barnyard Banter - by Denise Fleming
The Best Mouse Cookie - by Laura Numeroff
Big - by Keith Haring
Can You Guess? - by Margaret Miller
Dots, Spots, Speckles, and Stripes - by Tana Hoban
The Earth is Good - by Michael Demunn
Exactly the Opposite - by Tana Hoban
Eyes, Nose, Fingers and Toes - by Judy Hindley
Five Little Monkeys Sitting on a Tree - by Eileen Christelow
Flower Garden - by Eve Bunting
Frozen Noses - by Jan Carr
Good Day, Good Night - by Marilyn Singer
Growing Vegetable Soup - by Lois Ehlert
Have You Seen Bugs? - by Joanne Oppenheim
Hello Toes! Hello Feet! - by Ann Whitford Paul
Hey, Little Baby! - by Nola Buck
Horatio's Bed - by Camillea Ashforth
In the Small, Small Pond - by Denise Fleming
Inside, Outside, Upside, Down - by Stan and Jan Berenstein
Is It Red? Is It Yellow? Is It Blue? - by Tana Hoban
I Went Walking - by Sue Williams
Let's Go Visiting - by Sue Williams
Little Red Hen and the Ear of Wheat - by Mary Finch
Lunch - by Denise Fleming
Mrs Wishy-Washy - by Joy Cowley
My Five Senses - by Margaret Miller
Nature Spy - by Shelly Rotner
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish - by Dr Seuss
Planting a Rainbow - by Lois Ehlert
Shapes, Shapes, Shapes - by Tana Hoban
Snowy, Flowy, Blowy - by Nancy Tafuri
Teddy Bears' Picnic - by Jimmy Kennedy
These Hands - by Hope Lynn Price
Time for Bed - by Mem Fox
Toddlerobics - by Zita Newcome
Up the Ladder, Down the Slide - by Betsy Everitt
Wake Up, Little Children - by Jim Aylesworth
What Makes Me Happy? - by Catherine and Laurence Anholt
When the Teddy Bears Came - by Martin Waddell
Where Does It Go? - by Margaret Miller
While You Were Sleeping - by John Butler
Who Hops? - by Katy Davis
Who Took the Farmer's Hat? - by Joan Nodset
Who Uses This? - by Margaret Miller

1 comment:

  1. Great list. Thanks. I love the ones like Five Little Monkeys because those books translate into songs and ryhmes throughout childhood.


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