Can You Tell Who My Favorite Character Is?
Olivia is back with a new adventure! She's her same old mischievous self, only now she convinced her parents are up to something - and it's up to her to figure out what that might be! Filled with Olivia camouflaging herself in famous works of art, this is sure to be enjoyed by young and old! If you love Olivia as much as I do, you'll want to check out these computer games you can play with her for sure! Click here!
This is an oldie but a goodie! Lots of interactive books are showing up on the shelves lately, but this one is the O.G.! Grover is absolutely terrified that we - the readers - are going to keep turning pages until we get to the scary monster at the end of this book! Will we keep turning? Are you the curious type? Or are you really feeling what Grover is saying? I know what I would do! (and if you've been to one of Ms. Tracy's storytimes, you know what I would do too!)
Anything by Sandra Boynton is amazing for this age group, but this one is my personal favorite. Not only is this a great rhyming story, but you can model happy and sad for your little ones, by pointing out how sad the hippo feels, until his friends notice, and decide to include him! Once again, the adorable illustrations will delight the adults and the rhyming story is sure to hold your toddler's attention. And if you like this one, be sure to check out Ms. Boyton's other books!