Over 50 New Books On The Toddler-To-Read List


You seriously gave me a million new books to check out. And since I am the absolute worst at remembering things (or taking the time to write them down), I thought I would compile them all into a blog post.

So, here you go. OVER 50 books to consider when ready to restock your babe’s bookshelves (or need a good gift for a little one in your life).

  1. Where the Wild Things Are
  2. Creepy Carrots
  3. Violet the Pilot
  4. The Lorax
  5. Peter Pan
  6. Anything by Mo Willems
  7. Alligator Alphabet
  8. Runaway Bunny
  9. Dragons Love Tacos
  10. Good Night Gorilla
  11. The Giving Tree
  12. Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb
  13. Knuffle Bunny
  14. Woolbur
  15. The Day the Crayons Quit
  16. Extra Yarn
  17. Llama Llama
  18. I Love You Stinky Face
  19. Barnyard Dance
  20. Ira Sleeps Over
  21. Press Here
  22. Halibut Jackson
  23. Pat the Bunny
  24. The Kitten Who Thought He Was A Mouse
  25. A Home For A Bunny
  26. The Happy Man and His Dumptruck
  27. Robots, Robots Everywhere
  28. Spring Is Here
  29. My Friends
  30. Bus Stops
  31. Is Your Mama a Llama?
  32. All in a Day
  33. The Golden Egg
  34. The Little Island
  35. The Little Fur Family
  36. The Diggers
  37. Two Little Trains
  38. Katy and the Big Snow
  39. Skippy John Jones
  40. Olivia!
  41. Little Bear
  42. Nancy Tillman books
  43. Mary Englebreit’s Mother Goose
  44. Pete the Cat books
  45. Bear Snores On
  46. Oh, No!
  47. I Like Myself
  48. Crafty Chloe
  49. What I Do With Vegetable Glue
  50. Pinkalicious
  51. Cars Galore
  52. How To Catch a Star
  53. While the World Is Sleeping

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Emily Levenson is a therapist turned holistic health coach, podcaster, meditation encourager, and seeker of everyday magic. Emily recently kicked off her third #The100DayProject, focusing her efforts on daily meditation.

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