Book Recommendations - Best Books of 2010 for Ages 2-5
GiftLit announces our selections for the Best Books of 2010 for ages 2-5, including new gems from beloved authors such as Kevin Henkes.
Best Books of 2010 for Ages 2 to 5
Zero by Kathryn Otoshi – When Zero looks at herself she sees a big round number that has no value until she realizes that she counts too in this beautifully executed picture book that teaches young readers counting and self-esteem. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
My Garden by Kevin Henkes – Celebrate nature and a child's imagination with this botanical fantasy that is a read aloud to treasure. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton – Who would win if a toy shark and toy train faced off in a battle royale for playroom supremacy? Find out in this hilarious picture book that includes a trick-or-treating challenge, a marshmallow roasting contest and progressively wacky scenarios. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
Seasons by Blexbolex – This visually stunning picture book explores the cyclical nature of time and is much more than a simple concept book as preschoolers and adults alike will find new connections with each reading. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
A Sick Day for Amos McGee by Philip Christian Stead – In this Junior Library Guild selection, Amos McGee is too sick to make it to the zoo, so his animal friends decide to return the favor and visit him, making it the best sick day ever. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
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