5 Books You Can Buy for Your Toddler for Under 5 Bucks
Toddlers – gotta love them! They are so bubbly and full of life. If you’re like most parents you are always looking for something to occupy their time to keep that bubbliness from running over. Reading to them is a good choice as it not only keeps them busy while you go through the story but also gives them an enduring love for reading and books which jump starts their learning and becomes a lifelong habit. Here’s five books for under 5 bucks so you can have all that reading on a budget.
A Crack in the Track (Bright and Early Board Books)
This book written by Random House Books is a cute little book about a train named Thomas on the Island of Sodor from the famous Thomas and Friends line of books. There’s also a TV show by this name your toddler is already aware of and watching.
A Day at the Fire Station
The book A Day at the Fire Station by author Richard Scarry is truly a wonderful book about all the interesting things in the fire station. Your children will learn about sounding the alarm, fire poles and more.
Baby Farm Animals (Little Golden Books)
Baby Farm Animals is a book no toddler can turn away. Your toddler will be mesmerized by all the farm animals they will learn about in this classic Little Golden Book by Garth Williams.
Big Enough for a Bed (Sesame Street)
Big Enough for a Bed is a Sesame Street book with Elmo – every toddlers beloved character! Elmo walks your child through the next big step – sleeping in a bed. This timeless classic was printed by Random House Books.
Biscuit Goes to School (Biscuit My First I Can Read)
Biscuit Goes to School by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, in the I Can Read series is widely recognized as a great first reader and is certain to delight your toddler and give them a good start on their way to loving books and reading. In this book we learn that even dogs love to go to school!
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