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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

Tickly toes by Susan Hood ; Barroux

Fiesta babies by Carmen Tafolla ; illustrated by Amy Cordova

Sleepy ABC by Margaret Wise Brown ; illustrated by Karen Katz

Sleepyheads by Sandra J. Howatt ; illustrated by Joyce Wan

You're one! by written by Karla Oceanak ; illustrated by Julie Rowan-Zoch

All of baby nose to toes by Victoria Adler ; pictures by Hiroe Nakata

Cuddle up, goodnight by Katie Cleminson

Toddler two-step by Kathi Appelt ; pictures by Ward Schumaker

Red boots by Rosemary Wells