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The Best Books For Little Kids

Find the best baby books and books for kids from other parents and get your toddler reading.
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It’s hard to say who enjoys reading time more—you or your tots. Parents on Huggies’ Facebook community share the books they keep coming back to, bedtime after bedtime.

"The Belly Button Book, by Karen Karbo. My daughter loves it, and so do my daycare kids."—Dawn B.

"Walking Through The Jungle, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt, The Bear Snores On, and Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? My son loves to act them out, and he’s starting to tell me his versions while we’re reading!"

"One of Each. It’s a beautiful story about sharing."—Mackenzie S.

"Big Red Barn by Margaret Wise Brown."—Erin M.

"When my husband was deployed, he sent our kids Good Night Moon. I read it to them all the time."—Misty W.

"Moo Baa La La La. My kids love it!"—Denise M.

"The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Harry Potter Series. He’s too little to actually understand Harry Potter, but even at 11 months, he’s still so interested and enticed by what I’m reading and the sound of my voice."—Shyanne T.

"Mama’s Right Here, by Liza Baker. I’m a single mom, and it’s the perfect book to let my son know how much I love him."—Randi P.

"Winnie The Pooh! Books! All of them!"—Emily B.

"Oh, The Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Suess. The book says so much in such a kid-friendly way. My 2-year-old loves it. Even though it’s long, he lets me read it all the way through."—Julie M.

"Llama Llama Red Pajama. Their favorite and mine."—Elizabeth B.


"The Monster at the End of this Book, with Grover from Sesame Street as the narrator. It is such a cute book."—Rachel V.

"If You Give A Mouse A Cookie and Mother Goose. I love the fact that my daughter takes them to the bathroom with her!"—Donia N.

"My daughters are hooked on Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day."—Bobbi C.

"Love You Forever, by Robert Munsch. My mom read it to me when I was little, and I enjoy reading it to my son."—Shanda W. 

See what parents are saying over at Huggies’ Facebook community.

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  • Rated 0 out of 5 by 12reviewers.
    Rated 0 out of 5 by Anything Winnie the Pooh, for sure.My oldest son (and us parents for crying out loud!) are also huge fans of the book called "The Day the Crayons Quit" by Drew Daywalt. Great book for younger kids with creative minds! November 19, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by any of the winnie the pooh books or cars or any book. June 24, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by I can't wait to read to my boy. He's only 3 months old right now. March 25, 2014
    Rated 0 out of 5 by Thanks so much for the list! I can't wait to pick up a few of these and read them to my 1yr old. He just loves his books, and is always excited to see a new one! April 21, 2013
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