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Books & Toys that go GREAT together:
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a favorite among kids of different ages. If you're giving a gift to an infant or young toddler, this apple shaped fill and spill toy is perfect. For older toddlers and preschoolers, these lacing cards are a fun fine motor toy.
Perfect for an infant or young toddler, Pat the Bunny is a touch-and-feel classic paired with a developmental sensory bunny.
To go along with the classic nursery rhyme and song, Five Little Monkeys can be read while using these adorable finger puppets to act out the story. Great for counting and one to one correspondence.
Dear Zoo is a lift-the-flap favorite. Combine it with this wooden Animal Rescue truck (which is also a shape sorter) and it's sure to be a hit!
Goodnight Moon is a must-have classic book. Pair it with a glow-in-the-dark Goodnight Moon JUMBO puzzle, with extra large pieces perfect for little hands.
Great for little ones who love to paint, give them Mouse Paint along with a Fingerpaint Kit for some color mixing fun.
Farm animals are always a hit with kids. Pair the book Big Red Barn with this super fun farm playset.
Kids will have a blast reading Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site and then creating their own construction site in this mini sandbox.
Learn about colors and animals with the Eric Carle classic Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and then recreate the story with this color matching puzzle.
Perfect for dinosaur lovers, the book Dinosaur Roar! can be paired with these dinosaur 2-piece puzzles.
Learn about fruits and vegetables while going through the alphabet with the popular book Eating the Alphabet and a set of pretend play produce.
The Dr. Seuss classic One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish goes great with this wooden color matching fish puzzle. This is my kids' all-time favorite puzzle.
Perfect for train lovers, pair the book Freight Train with a wooden farm train that carries milk, produce and animals.
Kids can get inspired by Harold and the Purple Crayon to draw their own imaginative stories on a purple doodle board.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is my daughter's favorite book, most likely because it involves cookies. Pair it with this educational toy cookie jar to practice counting, number recognition and pretend play.
Iggy Peck, Architect will inspire every child to become an architect. Encourage them to dream big with these award-winning magnetic building tiles.
This is a set we own and my kids never get tired of. Nursery and Fairy Tales Collection has 20 classic stories with cute illustrations. Pair the book with a set of 4 felt storyboards including Goldilocks, Three Little Pigs, Gingerbread Man, and Little Red Riding Hood.
Alphabet Under Construction is a great book for kids learning letter formation and letter sounds. Pair it with this hands-on letter construction activity set.
Elmer is a lovable elephant who teaches us that it's ok to be different. Pair the colorful book with an equally colorful wooden elephant puzzle that also lets kids practice their ABC and 123 sequencing.
The Rainbow Fish book is perfectly matched with this Sticky Mosaic activity kit. Kids can create 5 different colorful fish by sticking the mosaic tiles according to the corresponding numbers.