~~Nursery Age 1~~
Recommended Reading for Parents
Compiled by Katrina Lybbert

The following lists of books are worth reading if you have a toddler.  I have read and referred to many of these books as I have had toddlers in the home.  You will find many great ideas and suggestions that you might not have otherwise thought of.  Enjoy reading!

General Reading:  

  • Know Your Child by Dr. Miriam Stoppard
  • What to Expect the Toddler Years by Arlene Eisenberg, Heidi E. Murkoff, & Sandee E. Hathaway, B.S.N.
  • Your Child at Play: One to Two Years by Marilyn Segal
  • Secrets of the Baby Whisperer for Toddlers by Tracy Hogg
  • The Mother of All Toddler Books by Ann Douglas
  • The Happiest Toddler on the Block by Harvey Karp, M.D.
  • Dr. Spock's Baby and Child Care by Benjamin Spock, M.D. & Michael B. Rothenberg, M.D.
  • Dr. Eden's Healthy Kids by Alvin N. Eden, M.D., with Andrea P. Boyar, Ph.D., R.D.
  • Suzy Prudden's Exercise Program for Young Children: 4 weeks to 4 years by Suzy Prudden
  • Teaching Your Child Basic Body Confidence by Patty Carmichael Gerard with Marian Cohn
  • Mommy Made and Daddy Too! Home Cooking for a Healthy Baby and Toddler by Martha and David Kimmel
  • Beyond Macaroni and Cheese by Mary Beth Lagerborg
  • 7 Kinds of Smart by Thomas Armstrong
  • A Mind at a Time by Mel Levine
  • Start Smart! Building Brain Power in the Early Years by Pam Schiller
  • Babies Need Books: Sharing the Joy of Books With Your Child from Birth to Six by Dorothy Butler
  • How to Talk to Your Baby by Dorothy P. Dougherty
  • Flannelboard Stories for Infants and Toddlers by Ann and Mary Carlson
  • Entertaining and Educating Your Preschool Child (An Usborne Guide) by Robyn Gee and Susan Meredith
  • 365 Days of Baby Einstein: 365 Activities to Share with your Baby -- Concept by Julie Aigner-Clark
  • The Toddler's Busy Book by Trish Kuffner




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