Babies (0-18 months)

Your baby's brain is developing at a rapid pace! Now is the time to read.

3 Tips on Reading To Your Baby (and What Books to Read)

Research shows that up to 80% of a child's brain development takes place before age three, making the earliest years the most essential in regards to creating a lifelong reader and learner. Here are some facts about your baby's brain development and some suggested shared reading. 

Good Night, Sleep Tight: Reading at Bedtime

Reading stories before bed is a great way to engage with your child and ensure their lifelong love of books and stories. It is also a key opportunity to bond with your child and show them how much you enjoy reading and books too.

Children’s books can be really funny-for adults. Like, knee-slapping, belly-laughing, side-splitting funny.

Reading Should Be Serious....ly funny!

We all know that reading to your child is an important part of their development. But did you know it can also be hilarious? There are lots of children's books out there that will have you and your child both laughing out loud!

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Teaching Toddlers Good Habits

We all want our children to learn good habits. But how do we teach them? Here are some simple, practical ideas to help you teach your toddler how to incorporate healthy, happy habits into their daily life!

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Books for a Baby Shower

One question our team gets asked a lot is "What are some great book picks to bring to a baby shower?" Read more to see our top recommendations!

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Babies Need Words Every Day

Did you know that your baby was born with the ability to tell the difference between many sounds and languages? By about six months of age, babies can tell similar languages apart. This means, communicating with your baby, in the language most comfortable to you, is essential to their growth and development.

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