My First Baby Books

Happy Monday! Well it’s another Monday again so #BookReviewMondays is here today and this week I would love to tell you about baby girl’s First Baby Books
Back in February when we registered baby girls birth at our local registry office, they gave us a lovely book purple book bag from Bookstart containing a couple of My First Baby Books
My First Baby Books
Included was a little booklet explaining about how important it is to start reading with your little one from a young age. For the past few weeks baby girl and I have spent  few minutes each afternoon looking and reading through My First Baby Books. I know she is only 11 weeks old and her attention span is very short, but she loves colours and now touches the pages so I believe it all contributes to her learning. 

The black and white Baby Talk book is her favourite. Baby girl does have a fascination of all things black and white. She stares at her dads black and white t-shirts when he is holding her and she loves our black and white cushions on the sofa.
The Peekaboo Park book that was in the Bookstart pack is a fun little colourful book. It has cute liitle flaps that you turn over as you are reading through. Baby girl is not really interested in this book yet, but I am sure she will be soon!
Before baby girl was born we bought her a couple of first baby books, one being baby’s very first lullabies book and the other baby’s very first touchy-feely book. I love all types of books and I would love my baby girl to be the same, so I couldn’t resist getting her some books to start off her little library. The lullaby sounds are very good. Soothing and run the full length of the nursery rhyme.
baby's very first lullabies book

baby's very first touchy-feely book.
I love the inside of the touchy-feely book, it’s full of bright colours and different textures for touching. It is perfect for helping babies develop their sensory skills.
baby's very first touchy-feely book.
I am really enjoying our journey discovering great little books.

What are your children’s favourite books?

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9 Comments

  1. May 3, 2016 / 4:12 pm

    These books are so lovely. It's great to start reading to children when they are babies. All three of mine love to listen to books. Thanks so much for linking up with #bloggerclubuk x

  2. April 30, 2016 / 4:55 am

    My son is just over a year old, and he LOVES the touch and feel books. We have one in particular that he's obsessed with. It has photos of baby animals throughout it, and a patch is cut out and replaced with fur or cloth or something, and he like to feel them and play with them.
    Reading has been one of our most favorite bonding activities-I hope your sweet girl enjoys it as well! <3 #BloggerClubUK

  3. April 25, 2016 / 3:42 pm

    anything touchy feely is a winner here. We love the 'thats not my' range and even though my two and three and two now they are still much loved books
    #readwithme

  4. April 25, 2016 / 12:41 pm

    Lovely! I remember getting books just like this from the library when my kids were born. They're now 14, 12 and 10! My eldest likes reading biographies of survival, my 12yo likes The Hunger Games and my daughter likes Jacqueline Wilson. It'll be a few years until your daughter is ready for those!

  5. April 25, 2016 / 12:32 pm

    I love Bookstart! I remember back when LP was born (7 years ago!!) we got Peekaboo Park too!! 🙂
    LP now loves reading Dr. Seuss, the Tom Gates series, and he's already says he wants to read the Harry Potter series.
    #readwithme

  6. April 25, 2016 / 9:47 am

    Bookstart is a great scheme. Different titles obviously when my boys were little. These ones all look great #readwithme

  7. April 25, 2016 / 9:18 am

    It's lovely building up a baby's book collection. I asked authors and book bloggers to suggest books for a new baby when Princess Charlotte was born. They gave us some great suggestions 🙂

    #reazwithme

  8. April 25, 2016 / 9:11 am

    I loved getting the free books when mine were born, a great way to kick start a book collection!! Thanks for sharing with #ReadWithme

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