4 Books for Baby’s First Year

March 31, 2021

By Christa Protano

If you are one of the millions of women who gave birth during the early quarantine days of the pandemic, we salute you. Becoming a new parent is never easy, but doing so while social distancing from loved ones makes it so much harder. And by now, your baby is becoming more and more active every day. Looking for ways to stimulate his or her little brain, but still stay within the comforts of home? Check out these four books.

Baby Signs: All Done!

When your little one is ready to express themselves but can’t quite vocalize their words, reach for Baby Signs: All Done! This book covers all the basics of the sign language, including 16 different hand motions ranging from “More” and “Hungry” to “I Love You.”

Neon Books: My First Book of the Alphabet

Did you know that a baby’s brain doubles in size during its first year of life? Which means it’s never too early to learn the ABCs. We chose this version for its cool neon colors and eye-catching characters. Baby’s first word won’t be too far behind.

Silly Sounds: Farmyard Friends

When my children were first born, there was no shortage of farmyard-inspired toys and books in our home. I’m not sure what it is about the sounds of the farm, but babies definitely love them. With Silly Sounds: Farmyard Friends, they can learn who says “Oink,” “Moo,” “Neigh” with the press of a button.

1, 2, 3 in Neverland

Make learning to count to ten more memorable with the help of Peter Pan and Tinkerbell. Inspired the classic tale, this book introduces babies to basic numbers through colorful pages, rhyming text, and no shortage of magical creatures.

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