We have exhausted our board book collection at home pretty quickly. Luckily there are plenty of them at the library to check out. Board books are great for little fingers that are just learning how to touch, grasp and turn those pages. Those hard pages are also great for those baby mouths that love to taste to learn!
Colors by Emily Bolam. This series features bumpy pictures that are excellent introductions to texture. Each page offers a simply picture, a large scale pattern and one word.
Who Do I See? by Salina Yoon. I love Yoon's books! This one asks a simple question about the colors that you see. A full sentence answer offers an example of how to respond. This title also offers look through pages, for the lift-the-flap effect minus the tearable flaps.
Whose Toes Are Those? by Jabari Asim. Babies love their toes and for good reason - they're awesome! This bouncy rhyme shares in the excitement of your little one's toes.