Studies have shown that it's never too early to start reading with your baby. Reading, listening and following along not only makes for great bonding time for you and your child; research has shown that babies that are read to regularly from a young age can develop stronger language skills and a heightened interest in reading on their own.
While children may be interested in different kinds of books, we've made a selection from our most recent books for preschoolers that are ideally suited to be read and enjoyed together.
Kids ages 5 and up will love exploring the secret world of bees in this charming illustrated book that answers all their questions about how bees live, how they work, how they support each other and their hive. From bee anatomy and pollination to making honey, and more, this book showcases just how much bees matter, why they are declining, and what can be done to help them.
Toddlers will love helping Little Ladybug find her sparkly boots in a rainbow of colors. Finger trails throughout the book helps little ones learn their colors and tactile, glittery pictures and rhyming read-aloud text make this a first storybook to enjoy again and again.
Help your little one name animals and build vocabulary with this delightful first reference book that mixes charming illustrations and striking colour photographs. Clearly labelled pictures promote reading readiness, and themed pages help to develop a knowledge of the world.
How does a tiny seed grow into a flower? This delightful book features easy-to-follow pictures and fun flaps that show the life cycle of a plant. There's also a sunflower height chart that will inspire preschoolers to grow their own super-tall sunflower.
Is it cold enough to build an igloo or windy enough to fly a kite? Kids will love finding out the answers as they travel through the seasons with this first nature book. A great way to encourage kids ages 3 and up to interact with nature.