Little One Books

1x1.trans Little One Books

Monkey Girl loves to read!  I read to her while she was in the womb (every night we read Green Eggs and Ham) and we have been reading to her ever since she was born.  Monkey Girl is almost two, and before we know it she will be learning to read to us!  Finding the perfect book can be difficult.  There are so many out there!

Barney and Joan are grandparents of 5 and created Little One Books to help others make informed choices from among the vast amount of material available for children today.  Little One Books specializes in quality books, music, and video, for children birth through age five.  What I really appreciate is that they don’t just sell any old book on their website.  They have personally reviewed and selected each and every item in their store and they provide detailed information on why they prefer a particular product through their “Why We Chose” section of each product page.

One of my favorite features of Little One Books is that they categorize their products by age so that you make sure to get age appropriate items.  They match each product to what they believe is the youngest appropriate age group.  However, their carefully selected items can and will be used for many years to come.  As children develop they often find pleasure in revisiting illustrations from old favorites, and eventually learning to read them on their own.

1x1.trans Little One Books We were sent the I Love Food gift bundle to review.  I love their gift bundles because they combine a book, video, and CD that work well together.  This bundle contains a book, DVD, and CD that teach little ones about fruits and vegetables and how to make them fun and delicious.  Recently Monkey Girl has become very interested in cooking.  Any time I am in the kitchen she wants to be sitting on the counter and helps out where she can.  I knew this was the perfect bundle for her.

Food For Thought uses creative food art to teach youngsters the names of different healthy foods, as well as shapes, colors, numbers, letters, animals, and opposites.  The images in this book are so cool!  It introduces her to many different foods in such a creative way.

The DVD Braincandy: Taste My World, shows real toddlers taste testing different healthy and fun foods – what better way to get your little one feeling adventurous enough to try something new?  Monkey Girl loves her “taste movie” as she calls it.  It never fails that she will ask to eat one of the items from the movie for snack .

The Paw Paw Patch features many different instruments, folk tunes, and the voices of acclaimed folk singer Phil Rosenthal and his daughter, all of which will help you and your little one work up an appetite while singing and dancing along.  We especially enjoy that the CD includes the song Polly Wolly Doodle.  My little sister’s first dance recital was to that song.

About Amanda

Amanda Larson is a mother, wife, lawyer and aspiring cook. She truly believes that you can live green and eat well while sticking to a budget. Through her posts she shares her tips on how she does it!


  1. Kelly L

    I love Oh My Baby, Little One

  2. Jennifer H. says:

    This would be fun to win!

  3. *°•ƸӜƷ Louis ƸӜƷ•°* says:

    I love the New Orleans Playground book

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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  4. Maegan Morin says:

    I would get Owl Tree by R.A. Montgomery! I cant remember the last time that I read a choose your own adventure book and I would love to share it with my kids!

  5. Janet W. says:

    One of my favorites is All of Baby, Nose to Toes

  6. I love your New Orleans Playground.
    I hope I can buy another one for my niece and nephew.

  7. gibberish (Julie G.) says:

    My favourite book – Olivia

  8. Jennifer says:

    I would get the take and adventure with dr.seuss package!

  9. jennifer dansberger jones says:

    i love the baby faces books

  10. More More More Said the Baby is one of our favorites.

  11. My favorite book is Redwoods.

  12. My fave book is Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!

  13. Felicia R says:

    I like the All of Baby, Nose to Toes book!

  14. deanna_boocock says:

    I like the Hot Air: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Hot-Air Balloon Ride. Looks like a great read for many ages.

  15. Amy Bailey says:

    Aw my daughter loves her books. I really like the Olivia book.

  16. White on Blakc

  17. joanne major says:

    a visit for bear

  18. I love The Ugly Duckling!

  19. beverly h says:

    Touch & Feel Baby Animals

  20. Eloise Goes to School – that would be my choice.

  21. Nikole H. says:

    Have You Seen My Potty?
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  23. Anne Perry

    Brown bear brown bear what do you see??

  24. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I like The Story of Ferdinand.

  25. Andrea Amy

    Quiet Loud
    by: Leslie Patricelli

  26. My daughter would like “Princess Baby, by: Karen Katz”

  27. tamra childers says:

    I would get Owl Tree by R.A. Montgomery

  28. I liked Jamberry as a kid.

  29. Kelly Falcone says:

    I love “don’t let the pigeon drive the bus”

  30. Debbie P says:

    Dream Snow, by Eric Carle

  31. Shannon M Gallagher says:

    I like the Olivia Books!

  32. Laura Jacobson says:

    Clap Your Hands
    by David Ellwand looks really good to me!

  33. Kathy Davis

    My favorite book is Olivia.

  34. Kathy Davis

    My FB name: Kathy Newsom Davis

  35. so man great books.. of the ones we dont’ have maybe Owl Babies
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  36. Paul T / Pauline T says:

    “Princess Baby, by: Karen Katz”

  37. I like Horton Hears a Who!
    Thanks :)

  38. Daughter would like “Good Dog cArl” book
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