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Can't Live Without It: Board Books

When you have a toddler that likes to pull at just about anything you quickly find that books with real pages are out for a little while. Even though I totally bought The Day the Crayons Quit more so for my reading pleasure than hers. So here is a list of just a couple of books that we are memorizing reading. Any we are missing and should add to the list?



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13 comments

  1. Love On the Night You Were Born! I tear up at the end every.single.time. I also like Giraffe's Can't Dance! He really stares at the pictures on that one. Have a great weekend friend :)

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  2. We like giraffes can't dance too! And Llama Llama nighty night. There are so many good board books out there!

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  3. The "if I were..." books are so of our favs! Another favorite is Goodnight Train!

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  4. Books are such a great thing to be in love with! Too bad Sophie sees them as a teething tool.

    liz @ sundays with sophie

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  5. You have great pics here on books. The Runaway Bunny I use to read to my kids - years ago and now read it to my class each year. Favorite story of all time! Next to Goodnight Moon also by Margaret Wise Brown.

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  6. On the Night You Were Born gets me every time...it made me cry before I was pregnant!

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  7. love this list! i need buy some more books for vi. xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  8. I legitimately couldn't read On the Night You Were Born for a few weeks after E was born because I couldn't get through the first page without ugly crying. Our favorites are Corduroy and a fun beach one called Pig Kahuna!

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  9. Runaway bunny is such a classic! And yay for the Giants book! Love it!

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  10. We love Runaway Bunny and we have the Touch and Feel Farm Animals. I think I'm going to have to get the Goodnight Beach one! Only fitting since we live at the beach. Happy Friday Lady!

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  11. I love that you have one about the Giants! I like Counting Kisses (http://www.amazon.com/Counting-Kisses-Kiss-Read-Book/dp/068985658X)

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  12. The Pout Pout Fish is a favorite around here! Good Night Little Pookie (and most of the Pookie books) are usually hits as well! I love any of the Nancy Tillman and Joyce Wan books.

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  13. I too love on the night you were born. My in laws bought it for my girl. She's the only granddaughter and they lost a daughter at 16, so I know she brings extra joy to their lives. I have a hard time reading it too. We love the dr Suess book "are you my mother". It's so cute.

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