We get sent hundreds of books a year to review through Daily Mom and it's always fun paging through them to see all the new baby and preschooler books but we can't always feature them. There is no better purchase when it comes to education and development than books. So I think we owe it to ourselves, our readers, publishers and authors to highlight some of the latest arrivals at our house, along with two card games to add to the fun.
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Our Favorite Baby and Preschooler Books
Baby Sloth & Baby Llama Finger Puppet Books
Perfect for infants and toddlers, these fun baby books use finger puppets to get your children engaged and parents involved in the story telling.
Make Me a Monster
This fun and interactive book brings a monster to life with every turn of the page. There are 12 different flaps that give the monster it's bulging eyes and sharp claws, and the fun, bouncy rhythm of the story will soon become a favorite among your preschooler.
My Evil Brother Packed My Lunch
Taylor's big brother packed his lunch but every day he opens it up, the foods are more and more strange. This interactive story lets your kids open flaps and have fun as they read through the crazy lunches Taylor's brother pack for him.
This is How We Do It
In this story, your child will learn all about how kids in other parts of the world play, eat, and live their lives. They will see how kids around the world are similar to them or different from them, and they will love the beautiful pictures that capture the pages.
Another lift-the-flap book that will have your child engaged as they read through the bouncy, rhythmic words and search for the missing crown throughout the story. It is a double-sided flap book which just adds even more fun!
What’s Going On Here?
Make up your own story with cooky characters in this mix-and-match storybook. It is a great jumping-off point for kids to invent their own stories, tales, and imaginative games.
This cute board book is perfect for infants and their parents born in the 80s and 90s as it is inspired by traditional video games. The story tells of a hero making his way through a game via the ABCs.
A to Z Menagerie
This multisensory book is perfect for little ones as they have simple pictures, pull-tabs for each letter, and colorful beautiful images that capture your child's attention.
Old McDonald Had a Truck
This story takes the classic folk song and turns it up a notch. It is all about vehicles and machines, so its perfect for little ones who love their dump trucks, excavators, and bulldozers.
Goodnight Rainbow Cats
Cat lovers will love this sweet story of cats donning all different colors of the rainbow as they say goodnight. It is a great book as an early-concept colors book.
Funny Go Fish Card Game
It's Go Fish with a twist! This deck of cards can be used for classic Go Fish or used as a fun game of concentration. It's a wonderful way to get engaged with your preschooler and have fun.
Old Mummy is just like Old Maid, but with a spooky twist! It's a fun way to get your preschooler involved and engaged in family game night and is perfect for kids 4 to 10 years old.
Let me know what you think and whether you have seen these preschooler books and games before or if they are completely new to you!