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Favorite Books at 18 Months Old

TweedBunny
The list author says: "These are my twin girls' favorite books at 18 months old. Some of their current favorites are included on the list of favorites I made from 12 months; I just didn't want to repeat them again! :)"
Goodnight Moon
Goodnight Moon
"This book is a supposed favorite of young ones (the reviews are high) but I've skipped it over a few times. We finally decided to give it a try, and they loved it! They pointed to things in the book I didn't think they'd notice (the fire, the clocks). Its one of their top 3 books. And theres something about the words that make my girls very sleeeepy. And me too. Good bedtime story."
Very Hungry Caterpillar
Very Hungry Caterpillar
"Ivy's most favorite book. She can sit with this one and flip the "fruit" pages, and poke her fingers in the holes for close to an hour. Our most favorite part of the book is turning the last page over and reading "He was a beeeeauuuutiful butterfly!" at which time both of my girls turn and look at each other to see the huge smile on the others face."
Things That Go By Paradise Press
Things That Go By Paradise Press
"I bought picture books like these long ago for 0.99 at discount toy stores. My girls really seem to like books that have actual photographs of cars, animals, weather, flowers, bugs, houses, vegetables, etc. We have this one "Things That Go" and its probably their favorite of the picture books."
It's Time to Sleep, My Love
It's Time to Sleep, My Love
"I bought this book for the awesome illustrations. My girls really seem to enjoy it too, especially the golden balloon page and the reindeer in the falling snow page. The text is very soothing and sing-songy (although a bit repetetive) so its perfect for calming and slowing them down at bedtime."
Moo Baa La La La
Moo Baa La La La
"I'll have to be honest. I really don't get Sandra Boyntons books. Such simple text and simple illustrations, yet babies LOVE them! I only bought the first because the ratings were so high. But babies love them. And I have FOUR of her books on this list and I get kind of bored reading them over and over. But.... babies love them!"
The Going-To-Bed Book
The Going-To-Bed Book
"The first Sandra Boynton book we bought. Their favorite page? "With some on top and some beneath, they brush and brush and brush their teeth!" Good part about the simple text is that I can recite the book to them at a grocery store or in a doctors office when they are being rambunctious or grumpy, and it captures their attention for a bit."
Go, Dog. Go!: P.D. Eastman's Book of Things That Go
Go, Dog. Go!: P.D. Eastman's Book of Things That Go
"This was one of my favorites growing up! And its just starting to catch on with them. They can't sit through the whole book yet but, Ivy especially, really seems to like the pictures and rhymes."
OLD MACDONALD'S FARM (Poke-A-Dot!)
OLD MACDONALD'S FARM (Poke-A-Dot!)
"Found this one at Costco and its really more like a toy than a book, but they love it! Seems very sturdy and has bright overly-cartoonish illustrations (not a strong point of the book but... I don't think illustrations was their focus)."
I Love You, Stinky Face
I Love You, Stinky Face
"I love this story. Soooo sweet. My girls don't understand yet but they like seeing the big teeth of the alligator, the alien eating bug sandwiches, and the mommy blowing her swamp monster kisses."
But Not the Hippopotamus (Boynton on Board)
But Not the Hippopotamus (Boynton on Board)
"Yup, Boynton. They love it!"
Blue Hat, Green Hat (Boynton on Board)
Blue Hat, Green Hat (Boynton on Board)
"One of Boyntons more interesting books. An "oops" at the end of each sequence which is a first humor for babies. Good color-teaching book too."