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Top 10 Tuesday: Interactive Board Books

August 8, 2017

We have a two year old at home, which means I have a new set of eyes to road test stories for durability, engagement, and re-readability. These books have held up to countless reads and continue to be enjoyed and requested over and over. Some feature liftable flaps, most in cardboard but one with felt. Some have moveable parts. Some are feats of paper engineering. And one features removable pieces that carry over onto the next page. 


Bring this list to your local library or independent bookstore and add your own favorites in the comments below!




Bizzy Bear: Do-It-Yourself Day by Nosy Crow; Benji Davies (Illustrator)


Can You Say It, Too? Cheep! Cheep! by Nosy Crow; Sebastien Braun (Illustrator)


Find the Dots by Andy Mansfield


Flora and the Ostrich: An Opposites Book by Molly Idle


Give and Take by Lucie Faelix 


Happy Birthday: Sing Along with Me! by Nosy Crow; Yu-Hsuan Huang (Illustrator)


Maisy Goes Swimming by Lucy Cousins


Motor Mix: Flight by Emily Snape; Rilla Alexander (Illustrator) 


Snuggly Puppy Looks for the Perfect Hug: A Tiny Tab Book by Nosy Crow; Jannie Ho (Illustrator)


Where's the Ladybug? by Nosy Crow; Ingela P. Arrhenius (Illustrator)




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