Books for Babies and Young Children

When you start to choose the right book for your child, it can seem overwhelming. It is possible to wonder, "Where can I buy books for my child?" What number of books should my child own? What should I do with my toddler or baby's books? These are some tips to help your child or toddler start a love affair with reading.

Books for Babies and Toddlers

It is easy to find affordable books for your toddler or baby at your local library. Many libraries have board books for toddlers and babies. You can also look for to buy the best books online.

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Storing Books for Children

Children as young as nine months old should be encouraged and supported to open books and pretend that they are reading on their own. Children as young as nine months old will open board books and flip through pages.

It is easy to keep books easily accessible for toddlers and babies by setting up a low bookshelf in your home. A cardboard box can be decorated by your child and placed on the ground. Books can be stored in any vehicle, even a car.

When to read to young children

Babies and young children who are read to are more likely to succeed in school and to love reading. Experts agree that bedtime reading is a great routine for both parents and children.

Remember that your child can read at any time if they want to. It is important that you take the time to answer toddler's or young children's requests to read.