Now that season is almost in full bloom, here are the best books to read to your baby this spring.
With all this time now spent at home, there’s never been a better opportunity for you and baby to get stuck into some new books. These baby books for spring add a seasonal spin to story time.
Dear Bunny By Katie Cotton and Blanca Gomez
A heartwarming tale of the friendship between a little girl and her beloved bunny. Beautiful pictures convey a simple message about learning to be grateful
for our loved ones.
Peter rabbit: P is for Peter
This delightful board book takes you gently through the alphabet, and is a beautifully stylish introduction to the world of Peter Rabbit. A must-have for every baby’s bookshelf.
In the Night Garden: Happy Easter!
It’s Easter in the Night Garden! But Iggle Piggle has lost his egg. Join the characters in this sweet story. A perfect bedtime read.
Hush-A-Bye Bunny By Holly Surplice
A gorgeous lullaby story with utterly charming illustrations throughout. Hush-a-Bunny is a brilliantly comforting read for all children who struggle with separation anxiety.
Little Snappers Cheep Cheep Pop-Up Fun
Large bright flaps, perfect for small hands, lift to reveal pop-up farmyard friends. Little readers will squeal with delight as they try to guess who is behind each door.
That’s Not My Bunny…
Simple repetitive text and exciting touch-and-feel features on each page will make this a huge hit with the very youngest of readers.
Life is Magic By Meg McLaren
A troupe of adorable bunnies take centre-stage as they try to perfect their magic skills. A beautifully illustrated, delightfully entertaining story with lots of humorous details to spot.
Egg: An Eggs-Citing Easter Egg-Scapade!
Join Bunny and her friends in this cheerful rhyming story, as she sets off for a springtime Easter egg hunt. Little readers will love the bright artwork and finger-holes.
We’re Going on An Egg Hunt By Laura Hughes
Join the Easter bunnies on a lift-the-flap Easter egg adventure, but watch out for all the obstacles along the way; lambs, chicks, bees and ducks, and even a wolfish surprise!
Higgly Hen By Axel Scheffler
Follow a bustling mother hen around the farmyard as she searches for her missing chicks. Children will delight in pressing the big sound button
on each page to hear Higgly Hen’s loud clucking.
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