Book Recommendations - Best Books of 2009 for Ages 2-5
GiftLit announces our selections for the Best Books of 2009 for ages 2-5, including new gems from beloved authors such as Mem Fox and Loren Long.
Best Picture Books of 2009 for Ages 2 to 5
Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal – From the award-winning author of Little Hoot comes a clever take on the age-old optical illusion: Is it a duck or a rabbit? Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
All the World by Elizabeth Garton Scanlon – With stunning illustrations and lyrical text, this gentle picture book celebrates the world and the importance of all things great and small. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
Otis by Loren Long – From the beloved author of The Little Engine that Could comes another unforgettable story and character that celebrates the power of friendship and perseverance. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
Hello Baby! by Mem Fox – From the award-winning team of Mem Fox and Steve Jenkins, this exhuberant, rhyming book celebrates the joyful connection between parent and child in the animal kingdom. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
There Are Cats in This Book by Viviane Schwarz – Open the covers of this funny, inventive and interactive book to find that the cats inside are ready to play — in very surprising ways. Get more book recommendations for ages 2-5.
We hope you share our love of literature and passion to inspire people of all ages to read and will consider GiftLit for your next gift purchase.