Five Funny Board Books for Busy Toddlers

From learning nursery rhymes to social skills, here is the list of five funny board books for toddlers!

Mine!
A Counting Book About Sharing

Writter: Caryn Rivadeneira

Illustrator:
Amanda Gulliver

Publisher:
Beaming Books

Ages: 0-3

This sweet book makes “Mine!”, a toddler’s favorite word, become a way to share. With parents’ guide to helping kids learn about belonging and inclusiveness, this board book is a great way to start to teach your kids about sharing at the earliest stages.

This
Little Piggy and Other Favorite Nursery Rhymes

Illustrator: Genine Delahaye

Publisher:
Tiger Tales

Ages: 0-4

Join with funny nursery rhymes in this amazing board book. With exciting text layouts, bold and colorful illustrations, this book is a great gift for your babies’ first birthdays!

Anne of Green Gables: A Babylit Places Primer

Writter: Jennifer Adams

Illustrator: Alison Oliver

Publisher:
Gibbs Smith

Ages: 0-3

Anne of Green Gables follows in the oh-so-fashionable footsteps
of other Babylit® taking
on the great literary classics
and does
not disappoint. With a literary tone, and bold, simplistic design, these
books are suitable for
new parents who adore the classics.

You’re
My Little Cuddle Bug

Writter: Nicola Edwards

Illustrator: Natalie Marshall

Publisher:
Silver Dolphin Books

Ages: 0-3

Snuggle up and page through the sweet and delighting illustrations
of this amazingg
book for the littlest cuddle-bugs. With soothing text, clever cutouts, thick and easy to turn pages, this will
become a fast favorite,
especially for bedtime.

I
Can Dream

Writter and Illustrator: Betsy Snyder

Publisher: Chronicle Books

Ages: 0-4

I Can Dream is a great addition to the I CAN series, bringing finger-wiggling fun to the various ways kids can dream of their futures. Want to be a marine biologist? A racecar driver? A firefighter? Diversely drawn children do it all in style. Like other books in the I CAN series, the cute cutouts of I Can Dream make dancing with fingers the great way to bond with your little kids.