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7 New Interactive Baby Board Books

We love children’s books on this blog and these 7 titles are for the little one’s. I wanted to give a brief feature of these baby board books for your fall and winter reading and gifting!

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Where Is My Pink Sweater? by Nicola Slater

Rudy is looking for his favorite pink sweater. It’s a little small—he’s growing out of it—yet he can’t help but treasure it! The nine jiving llamas haven’t seen it, and neither have the eight prima pigerinas. Lift the flaps and peek through the die-cuts as Rudy follows a trail of pink yarn from his bedroom to the kitchen to the backyard and everywhere in between. This sweet, adventurous story is filled with bold and humorous illustrations, plus a fun counting element along the way. Available October 8, 2019 on Amazon

Farmblock by Christopher Franceshelli

It’s time to plant some crops, harvest the veggies, and make jam to take to the farmer’s market! In this follow-up to Alphablock, Countablock, Dinoblock, Cityblock, Buildablock, and Marvel Alphablock, readers are introduced to what life is like on the farm. Like the previous titles, Farmblock explores a concept—in this case, seasons. From a rooster crowing at the crack of dawn to picking pumpkins for Halloween, there is so much to do all year-round! In keeping with the rest of the series, Farmblock features die-cut pages, gatefolds, and the charming art of British design team Peskimo. Available October 1, 2019 on Amazon

Baby Loves: A First Book of Favorites by Molly Magnuson

This bold, playful board book introduces a variety of familiar objects for babies to identify, including a banana, a sippy cup, a ball, and a puppy! Each is introduced with a variety of other objects in the same category, and readers are asked to pick out the featured object from the rest. The very last spread reveals what babies love most . . . being loved! This new board book is the ideal follow-up to Making Faces, which features the same photographer’s playful photos. Available October 8, 2019 on Amazon.

I Love You, Elephant by Carles Ballesteros

“I love you!” is the refrain on each spread of this joyful story. Readers will delight in seeing new faces appear and then change when the page is turned, thanks to the magical Venetian blind element built into the book. This sweet novelty board book is great fun to read aloud, and the perfect addition to our Changing Faces series. Available November 5, 2019 on Amazon.

My Magical Dragon by Yujin Shin

Enter a magical world and go for a ride on the back of a friendly dragon!With push, pull and turn mechanisms and a sparkly foil cover wheel, My Magical Dragon has plenty to keep little ones engaged and entertained.Yujin Shin’s beautifully coloured illustrations are paired with gentle rhyming text and lots of things to spot in four bright and busy magical scenes. Enjoy more magical adventures with My Magical Unicorn. Available October 8, 2019 on Amazon.

Apple (the journey of an apple) by Nikki McClure

Apple follows the life of an apple throughout the year, demonstrating the cyclical patterns in nature. The youngest readers will delight in following the journey of the bright red apple—the only splash of color in the otherwise black-and-white illustrations—as it travels from tree, to harvest, to snack, to compost, and finally to sprout. A single word complements each illustration, urging early readers to reflect on each stage in the apple’s life. Available on Amazon

Christmas Is Awesome! by Eunice Moyle a Hello!Lucky Book

In this whimsical holiday romp, everyone’s getting in on the festive fun, including a grumpy but adorable lump of coal. Celebrate all of the things that make Christmas special as the trees are trimmed, the stockings are hung, and the ugly sweater contest gives out the grand prize. Hello!Lucky lends their winning illustrations and pun-derful voice to this charming holiday read. Available October 15, 2019 on Amazon.

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