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    Harry the Dirty Dog. How could you pass up on that one?

    +1 on Mo Willems.

    Tim Egan is excellent, as well, pleasurable for the adults, too.

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    Thank you very much for the responses so far, everyone! I knew this was the right place to ask. Fortunately, she's due quite some months from now, so I can slowly look into all these great suggestions ^___^
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    I have to second Mo Willems and the day the crayons quit, it's hard to remember them all.

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    Corgiville Fair by Tasha Tudor

    Beatrix Potter's books

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    Oh I forgotDon't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus
    The Pigeon Needs a Bath

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    Mo Willems is awesome. I've bought those more for the parents than for the child. Mouse Paint and Mouse Count are great for little kids and are available as board books. Board books are an excellent choice for toddlers because they can turn the pages themselves without tearing them. I like looking for good read-aloud rhymes, though they can be a bit rousing for bedtime (my brother's favorite story was Tikki Tikki Tembo and we always got into a speed-shouting match with that one). Doreen Cronin's books are great fun and lightly political (Click Clack Moo, Duck for President). Stellaluna and Koala Lou are good bedtime stories. Now I'm wishing I still had some little kids to buy for - they're all growing into Roald Dahl and Harry Potter.

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    So many good suggestions here!!

    Here are a few of my favorites:

    When the Sky is Like Lace by Elinor Horwitz

    Hug Me by Simona Ciraolo

    The Paperbag Princess by Robert Munsch

    Frederick by Leo Lioni

    The Maggie B by Irene Haas

    Wild by Emily Hughes
    Swift (Plum/Forest), Synapse 25 (Black Dyneema/Wasabi), Aeronaut 30 (Navy/NWS), Aeronaut 45 (Black Dyneema/Island), Side Effect (Black Dyneema/Ultraviolet), Co-Pilot (Black Dyneema/Wasabi), Pilot (Black Dyneema/Ultraviolet])Small Cafe Bag (Black Dyneema/Wasabi), Medium Cafe Bag (Grey/Olive), Large Cafe Bag (Black Dyneema/Solar), Daylight Backpack (Black Dyneema), and assorted accessories and smaller items in lots of colors.

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    +1 for Richard Scarry... The books of his I grew up with are now being enjoyed by my nephew. Smilie

    Look up Stephen Cosgrove and Robin James, a pair of Seattle artists who did a bunch of children's books, like "The Wheedle on the Needle".
    Ted

    SuperEgo in black/steel/wasabi; Aeronaut 45 in cardinal/steel; Horizontal Cache (2M) in charcoal; Travel Tray in Ultraviolet

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