There’s nothing sweeter than welcoming a new baby into the world…and what better way than with some delightful books they can treasure for years to come! Books are the perfect baby shower gift and we’ve got a variety to choose from—classic nursery rhymes, bedtime books, board books for early learning, and more.
With five familiar nursery rhymes including “This Little Piggy,” “Baa Baa Black Sheep,” and “Star Light, Star Bright,” little ones can touch and trace along the shapes on every page. Playful illustrations and tracing elements will make this sturdy board book a story time favorite.
What better way to celebrate the arrival of a new baby than with a keepsake book? With adorable illustrations and sweet text, this story is perfect for baby showers! Packaged with a pull-out card to sign, and an envelope for mailing, this gift set is the perfect alternative to traditional cards.
New parents can celebrate their little cuddle bug with this sweet and colorful rhyming board book! With chunky pages for little hands and die-cut cuddle bugs to add depth and interest, children will love the interactive features alongside the story.
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.
Join Mommy Bear and Little Bear on a beautiful journey of love and discovery. With beautiful illustrations and a sweet message, this story is perfect for parents to read to their special little one at story time, bedtime, and any time in between!
This stunning collection of nursery rhymes features all of the favorites, each illustrated by a different artist. It includes a die-cut cover, ribbon bookmark, and 192-pages of classic rhymes paired with modern illustration. This nursery rhyme collection is sure to be a collectible passed through the generations.
Sleepyhead is the perfect first book for bedtime! Plus, this sturdy board book is great for teaching little ones about different facial features. Children can point to the lion’s sleepy eyes, and then identify their own eyes. Plus, the peekaboo mirror at the end will delight and surprise!