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13 Books on My Baby Registry

When I was pregnant with my daughter, I found the task of setting up a baby registry quite daunting. I would search the web for recommended baby products. I would ask my friends what worked for them. I would read reviews and tried to envision myself as a mom using each of the items. It eventually came together, but one of my favorite parts of setting up a registry was picking out books. At first, I thought maybe I was weird . . . and maybe I still am! But the process forced me to dive into early childhood literature and set our home up to be a place of reading and exploration. Check out thirteen books I added to my baby registry!

I love the Fairy Friends series! The illustrations in this book are bright and beautiful, a mix of wildflower photos and fairy drawings. My little girl loves to touch the bright pages and listens carefully as I name the flowers, colors, and count.


by Merrilee Liddiard


by Merrilee Liddiard


by Merrilee Liddiard


by Merrilee Liddiard

When I was searching for books to add to my registry, I was ecstatic to discover the Baby Lit series! These board books introduce little ones to classic literature in a simple way that they can understand. The illustrations are whimsical and colorful, a perfect to way to engage your baby as you read.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

by Jennifer Adams

Little Women

by Jennifer Adams

Anne of Green Gables

by Jennifer Adams

A Christmas Carol

by Jennifer Adams

R is for Railway

by Greg Paprocki

The Mudpuppy Little series has been a fun asset to our book collection. Each box set comes with four little books covering various topics such as science, traveling, and other learning basics. I love that these board books are small . . . perfect for tiny, chubby hands to grasp and explore. I also love that the pages are thick, about twice the size of standard board books. The book is able to withstand the wear and tear of an exploring child.

This sweet book by Patty Rodriguez is a fun and simple way to practice counting and introduce your child to Spanish.

Un Elefante

by Patty Rodriguez

These books have been a valuable asset to our library! I am so glad that I added these sweet, colorful books to my baby registry!

Happy reading!

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