J.L. Sweat reading Birds Bees Babies

If you are looking for the best books for babies, you can’t ignore these five amazing titles (in no particular order)!


Reading to babies is becoming more and more popular!  As the popularity of reading to children grows, there are all sorts of amazing titles that you will want to consider.  Here are five of our favorites!


1. Happy Birthday To You

Author: Dr. Seuss

This amazing title also comes in a pop up book!  It is a great story that has rhythm for small children to enjoy!  It is also a great way to teach small children about the concept of birthdays!

Parents should note that the pop up book version of Happy Birthday To You by Dr. Seuss is not the full version of the story.

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2. Goodnight Moon

Author: Margaret Wise Brown

Considered by some to be the perfect bed time book, Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon is a great book for babies and small children.  It can be read for any reason and will be enjoyed by children of all ages.

The book’s easy to remember prose make it a great story for children!

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3. Where The Wild Thing Are

Author: Maurice Sendak

This classic is a favorite of children everywhere!  This classic book has inspired movies and other adaptations and has had a hold on generations!

This book is perfect for well behaved children and children of mischief alike!

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4. Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed

Author: Eileen Christelow

This fun book which follows a popular children’s song will bring fun and excitement to a small child!  “Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed…One Fell Off and Bumped His Head…”  This exciting tale is a great book for babies! 

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5. The Very Hungry Caterpillar


Author: Eric Carle

This amazing story about a hungry caterpillar is sure to excite your small child!  This classic has entertained children for years!

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6. Birds, Bees, Babies


Author: J.L. Sweat

This story of the birds and the bees is a great nursery rhyme for children of all ages.  Telling children that boys come from frogs, snails & puppy dog tails, that children come from sugar, spice & some things that are nice, this is arguably the most popular story of the birds & the bees (our biases aside of course).


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