More Off the Beaten Path Board Books

More Off the Beaten Path Board Books

Carrie McBride
Oct 25, 2012

Board books are a child's first introduction to books and there are some wonderful classics. But there are also some wonderful, under-the-radar ones to discover. Two years ago I rounded up some off the beaten path board books and I'm back with fifteen more.

This New Baby by Teddy Jam, illustrated by Virginia Johnson
The Swing by Robert Louis Stevenson, illustrated by Julie Morstad
Wild Animal Alphabet by Dahlov Ipcar
Dog Dreams by Michael Wertz
A is for Activist by Innosanto Nagara

Counting in the Garden by Emily Hruby, illustrated by Patrick Hruby
Monkey See, Look at Me by Lorena Siminovich
Spring Is Here / My Friends / Bus Stops Boxed Set by Taro Gomi
Dracula: A Baby Lit Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams, illustrated by Alison Oliver
A Book of Sleep by Il Sung Na

Farmyard Alphabet by Dahlov Ipcar
What is Green? by Kate Endle
Cozy Classics: Pride and Prejudice by Jack Wang and Holman Wang
Farm (Shiny Touch) by James Brown
The World of Anahi & Vir boxed set by Kalpana Subramanian, illustrated by Prashant Miranda

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