Books For Babies - Stories in Rhyme

Stories written in rhyme have numerous benefits. They tune your child in to all the sounds of a word, help them learn how sounds combine and blend to form words, and help them learn how to hear and identify a steady beat or rhythm. Try some of these fun books to get rhyming with your child today.

Babyberry pie by Heather Vogel Frederick ; [illustrations by] Amy Schwartz

When you were born by Emma Dodd

Ten tiny babies by Karen Katz

Ten little fingers and ten little toes by Mem Fox ; [illustrations by] Helen Oxenbury

Books For Babies - Lift The Flap

Lift-the-flap books are a great way to build up your baby's brain. They can help develop fine motor skills and establish object permanence. Try this selection of lift-the-flap titles available at the Canton Public Library.

Toes, ears, & nose!: a lift-the-flap book by Marion Dane Bauer ; illustrated by Karen Katz

Guess what? — food by Yusuke Yonezu

Cheep, cheep: pop-up fun by text by Jonathan Litton ; illustrations, Kasia Nowowiejska

Books For Babies - Bilingual

This selection of board books is perfect for bilingual families or those hoping to expose their baby to another language.

Arabic/English:

Head, shoulders, knees and toes. Arabic & English by illustrated by Annie Kubler

al-Alwān = Colors by designed by Hakan Şan Borteçin

Hip, hop by Catherine Hnatov

Animal colors. Arabic & English by Brian Wildsmith

Books For Babies - Touch and Feel

Babies discover the world through sensory play. Let your little one explore the world with their fingers and develop their senses with these touch-and-feel titles.

Good night, little bunny: a touch-and-feel bedtime story by Jane Yolen ; illustrated by Sam Williams

Noisy world by illustrated by Maxine Davenport and Cindy Roberts

Books For Babies - Black and White

Do babies really like looking at black-and-white images? Yes! High-contrast images are great for visual stimulation. Try some of these titles to stimulate your baby's visual development.

I like black and white by Barbara Jean Hicks ; illustrated by Lila Prap

White on black by Tana Hoban

Black on white by Tana Hoban

Books For Babies - Faces

Babies love looking at faces! In fact, they are hardwired to recognize faces, helping them to connect with their caregivers early on. Want to give your little one some more faces to gaze at? Here are some great titles he or she will love.

Baby faces by Margaret Miller

What's on my head? by Margaret Miller

Mrs. Mustard's baby faces by Jane Wattenberg

Ice Cream Maker Space

Calling all ice cream lovers ages 6-16! Join us Thursday, July 16 to take part in our Ice Cream Maker Space program. We'll be making delicious homemade ice cream with all ingredients supplied - just bring your sweet tooth and enjoy! Registration is required. 

Please sign up for one of the following timeslots. Registration begins on June 25.

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