Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Fifteen top books for toddlers

Whitney Collins is the author of The Hamster Won't Die: A Treasury of Feral Humor and the creator and editor of two humor sites -- errant parent and The Yellow Ham.

At The Barnes & Noble Book Blog she tagged fifteen of the best books for the youngest bookworms, including:
I Am A Bunny, by Ole Risom and Richard Scarry

Every child’s library needs lots and lots of Richard Scarry, but if you could only choose one of his delights, I’d pick this one. It’s actually written by Ole Risom and illustrated by Scarry, but it’s perfect for younger kids because, instead of hundreds of things happening at once in typical Scarry fashion, this one simply teaches kids about the wonder of nature and the four seasons. Plus, it’s so cute I could scream.
Read about the other books on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue