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I started reading to my daughter long before she was born. I have always loved books, and I knew that instilling a love of books in my children was important to me. Kids need your time and reading books to them is such an awesome way to spend time with them. They learn to associate good things with books which helps them in the long run. These three Bright Books board books are ones your little ones will love because they are touch and feel board books.
Baby Bear’s Busy Day
Join a young bear and his mother for their very busy day in the forest with Bright Books: Baby Bear’s Busy Day. This visually stunning board book features bright neon elements, soft touch-and-feel bears, and shiny foil that will capture baby’s full attention and imagination. With sweet, soothing text and gentle illustrations, this engaging book will become a bedtime favorite. Follow along as baby bear has a day full of fun!
This book is adorable. I love how it goes through the sequence of a day because that really helps children understand the flow of time. From the day they are born, children are learning. If you can make that learning fun, they’ll learn to associate learning with fun! This book is really sturdy, so you can allow your little one to handle this book alone without worrying about ripped up pages!
Bubble’s Ocean Friends
Swim along with Bubble in the deep, blue sea in Bright Books: Bubble’s Ocean Friends! Follow Bubble on her adventure and discover turtles, starfish, crabs, and more. Lively rhyming text, bright, colorful illustrations, and shiny foiled details invite young readers to have hands-on story time. Page after page, babies and toddlers will have fun counting all of Bubble’s new ocean friends.
This one is my favorite! I love the ocean, and blue is my favorite color. Bubble is so cute. In this book she counts the things she passes, so this will help your little ones learn counting before they can even talk. Again, this is very sturdy, so your child can play with the book alone.
Shadow’s Nighttime Adventure
Shadow is a very adventurous cat, but his favorite time for adventuring is at night. He loves saying hello to the moon, strolling around on rooftops, stargazing with friends, and so much more! Read along and explore the night in this storybook with rhyming text, colorful elements that illuminate the dark, and a soft touch-and-feel cat to guide you through the night. Bright Books: Shadow’s Nighttime Adventure is a delightful bedtime book for babies and toddlers.
Pebble from Kahiniwalla: Handmade and Hand Crocheted Fair Trade Products
All Pebble products are made by Hathay Bunano. Hathay Bunano, meaning handmade or hand knitted in Bangla, is a non-profit fair trade organisation in Bangladesh. It’s mission is to create fairly paid, good quality, flexible and local employment for rural women who are poor and often disadvantaged. Hathay Bunano aims to provide employment which fits in with the rhythm of rural life and to prevent economic migration to the cities.
It aims to keep families together and in particular to keep mummies with their babies and children by providing employment in a village setting close to their homes. It aims to address all the reasons why a woman might not be able to work and to support her so that she can work and can earn money to support her family.
I love Pebble! If you browse their products, I’m sure you will as well. I got a cute little whale rattle. Though it’s not exactly like the one on their site, it is unique. I call it a crab/whale because it looks to be a cross between their crab rattle and the whale rattle. Since these are handmade, I like to think maybe a new mommy was just starting out making these, and this was her project.
Your child will love playing at the beach with Pebble toys, and since they’re machine washable in cold water, you don’t need to worry about them getting dirty.
Which of the board books do you think your child would like most? What Pebble product would be your favorite? I’d love to hear what you think!