Talking and reading aloud to your children between ages 12 and 18 months is indeed very helpful because the better their vocabulary will be developed, the easier for them to read earlier in life. Kids will soon understand and recognize that the sounds you're creating as you read to them may absolutely mean something. 

When you start reading aloud to your toddlers, try to pause often to inquire about the objects that you see. You also need to answer the questions that they ask, and talk over the action and images of the books. Find various books that are appropriate for your children's age with different visuals, objects that are labeled clearly and words that are regularly being repeated. 

Kids at this age love to hear a few books being read to them again and again. Avoid buying too many books at this time. Four up to six stories that will be read repeatedly is recommended for a child around this age than trying to offer a variety of new books. You will also realize that your little one will love only a few books and they are very happy if you read these to them. 


Big Dog and Little Dog Going for a Walk: Big Dog and Little Dog Board Books

This book captures the humor of everyday canine behavior. The sweet personalities, lasting friendship, and hilarious antics of Big Dog and Little Dog will enchant little ones and entertain dog lovers of all ages.


Dr. Seuss's Beginner Book Collection (Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish, Green Eggs and Ham, Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks)

Ideal for reading aloud or reading alone, they will begin a child on the adventure of a lifetime!


Baker, Baker, Cookie Maker (Sesame Street) (Step into Reading)

Cookie Monster is baking loads of his favorite cookies at the Sesame Street Bakery. Lots of humor and catchy rhyming text that will send toddlers away laughing every single time!


Are You a Cow?

A clever chicken narrates a playful inquiry in this charming and hilarious story. As readers answer the chicken’s questions, they’ll gain animal recognition skills as well as an important understanding: No matter who we are, it’s great to just be ourselves.


Happy Hippo, Angry Duck: A Book of Moods (Boynton on Board)

Bestselling author Sandra Boynton is back in this all-new board book about moods. These clever animals exemplify a wide range of emotions in this hilarious story about different feelings. A fun very book for toddlers!


Blue Hat, Green Hat (Boynton on Board)

Serious silliness for all ages, which features nontraditional texts and her famous animal characters, have been printed on thick board pages, and are sure to educate and entertain children of all ages.


My Big Animal Book (My Big Board Books)

This is the perfect book for kids who love animals. Animals have their name written underneath, so that children can learn what they’re called, build their animal vocabulary, and start to develop word and picture association.


On the Night You Were Born

On the night you were born, you brought wonder and magic to the world. The moon stayed up till morning. Polar bears danced.
This book acknowledges the special people in our lives that they are loved.





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