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Babies are so much fun to read! Reading helps them learn and grow from the very beginning. One of the first things that new parents do is buy a bunch of books for their child’s nursery. Some people might keep a few classics, others might choose more modern titles, and others might go for bilingual or dual language selections.
This article will share 15 classic baby books that every nursery should have. The selection includes classics and modern titles that are sure to add personality to your nursery library. Additionally, these nannusays books are all worth reading aloud with your child. They will introduce your little one to some of the best children’s literature out there as well as familiarize them with their native language at a young age.
15 Classic Baby Books
1. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
2. Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
3. My First Book of Colors by Dr. Seuss
4. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault
5. Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman and Jui Wang
6. The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper
7. Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
8. Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie by Vicki Lansky
9. Ten Apples on Top By Dr. Seuss
10: Ten Apples on Top By Dr. Seuss
11: The Cat in the Hat Comes Back! By Dr.Seuss
12: One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish By Dr. Seuss
13: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie By Laura Joffe Numeroff
14: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day By Judith Viorst
15: Where’s Spot? by Eric Hill
Why Renting a Nursery is Important
Nursery decorating has become a popular hobby for many parents. Purchasing nursery furniture and decorations for your baby can be very expensive, however, if you purchase it all at once. If you’re looking to avoid the expense of buying everything at one time, renting a nursery is a great alternative.
Renting nurseries gives your child not just a new room to explore but also a space that’s uniquely theirs. They get to use their own furniture and decorate their space how they want it. This is a great way to create an environment that will help their brain development in an interesting and fun way!
Renting nurseries doesn’t have to be expensive either. Many local businesses offer affordable options when decorating and furnishing a child’s nursery. Additionally, some companies rent out rooms with the furniture as well as provide professional help with decorating. This can be ideal for busy parents who don’t want the hassle of doing this themselves!
If you’re looking for an affordable option or need help figuring out what items are necessary for your little one, these 15 classic nannusays books are the perfect place to start!
What You Should Look for in a Nursery
Books are the perfect way to introduce your child to the world. They’ll learn about shapes and colors, about new environments, about animals and how to be kind, and most important of all, they’ll learn how much fun reading can be.
When it comes to selecting books for your nursery, consider these factors:
-Look for books that are age-appropriate: You don’t want a book that is too difficult or too easy for your child.
-Look for books with a few words on each page: This will make your child more engaged with the book.
-Look for books with vibrant illustrations: Bright and colorful artwork will draw in your child and help them get excited about the story being read aloud.
-Consider including bilingual selections: These will teach your little one their native language at a young age.
-Consider including dual language selections: These will teach your little one-two languages simultaneously–making them bilingual before they can even speak!
The Right Size for a Baby’s Room
One of the first things you’ll need to do when designing a nursery is decide on the right size. With standard dimensions, most children’s books match these sizes:
Newborn – 12″ x 9″
~1-year old – 13″ x 10.25″
2-year-old – 15.5″ x 11.75″
3-year-old – 17.5″ x 13.75″
4-year-old – 19.5″ x 16.25″
5-year-old – 22.5″ x 18.75
6-year-old – 24.5″ x 20.75
7+ year old – 27.”x 22.”
How to Decorate Your Baby’s Room
As a new parent, you probably have a lot of decisions to make about what to include in your baby’s room. And when it comes to decorating the nursery, books provide a great option for décor.
Books can fit in many places and offer up color and texture that other options might not be able to achieve. Plus, babies love books! They like to cuddle up with them or read them by themselves.
These 14 classic books are perfect for the nursery:
1. Goodnight Moon
2. Where the Wild Things Are
3. The Very Hungry Caterpillar
4. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
5. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
6. Pat the Bunny
7. Harry Potter Series
8. Peter Pan and Wendy
9. Curious George Series (books)
10. Clifford the Big Red Dog
11. The Cat in The Hat (book)
12. Dr. Seuss Collection (books)
13. Mother Goose Rhymes (books)
14. Little House on The Prairie Series (books)
In order to have a well-equipped baby room, you should rent a nursery and make it yours.
Now that you know what goes into the perfect nursery, what are you waiting for? Rent a nursery today and make it your own!