Books are very important for children’s development. Sometimes, it is hard to find a good engaging and high sensory book that will nourish young readers’ minds. Books make an impression on us as children, as they have taught us the alphabet, numbers, colors and so much more. Here are some of our recommendations for young readers that will fully engage their minds, and make it fun for them to learn and read.
Never Touch a Monster By Rosie Greening
This book includes fun rhyming poems paired with colorful creatures, including textures to touch. This is a great book for teaching colors to early readers.
Touch and Explore the Ocean By Nathalie Choux
This is another learning book accompanied by a lot of things to touch and feel. This book teaches about the ocean using texturized pictures of all the favorite sea creatures. The text includes interesting facts as well. This is a great book to introduce young readers to the wonders of the sea.
Dog’s Colorful Day By Emma Dodd
This book tells the story of a white dog with a small black spot on his ear. What’s interesting is that throughout the day, he gets more and more colorful spots. As the dog gets more spots, the book tells the number and the colors of each spot. This book teaches young readers both about the colors of the rainbow, as well as numbers.
The Three Little Pigs: A Nosy Crow Fairytale By Ed Bryan
This is the classic tale of the Three Little Pigs, but with a twist. It is paired with bright, colorful illustrations to tell the familiar tale with numbers, colors, and ordinal numbers.
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