Monday, November 17, 2008

Where's Baby Storytime....

I know many parents are suffering from Baby Storytime withdrawal. Our next session starts on Tuesday, January 6 at 11 a.m. at College Terrace Library (2300 Wellesley). Here are some of my favorite baby books to tide you over until January.

My First Baby Signs by Linda Acredolo
Teach your child how to communicate using baby signs. I've seen it in action-- it actually works! Also try her adult book- Baby Signs: How to Talk to Your Baby Before Your Baby Can Talk.

Olivia Counts by Ian Falconer
My favorite pig teaches babies how to count. Olivia is a picture book series. This means that as your baby grows up, she can read longer stories about Olivia.

Mommy Hugs by Karen Katz
A loving mother counts the hugs she gives to her baby throughout the day. I highly recommend Karen Katz books to babies and toddlers. Also try Ten Tiny Tickles.

Over in the Ocean by Marianne Collins Berkes
Count, clap, and sing the words in this book about the coral reef to the rhythm of Over in the Meadow.

One, Two, Three! by Sandra Boynton
A counting book featuring animals from 1 to 10. Also try Moo, Baa, La La La.

No comments: