10 Best Selling Baby Books For Parents
Updated on: March 2023
Best Selling Baby Books For Parents in 2023
Baby University Board Book Set: Four Science Board Books for Babies (Baby University Board Book Sets)
Before We Were Yours: A Novel
If Animals Kissed Good Night
Your Baby's First Word Will Be DADA
The Book with No Pictures
My Dad Is Amazing! (A Hello!Lucky Book)
The Pout-Pout Fish (A Pout-Pout Fish Adventure Book 1)
Lamaze Peek-A-Boo Forest, Fun Interactive Baby Book with Inspiring Rhymes and Stories
- Peek-a-boo flaps: Soft flaps help develop hand-eye coordination and support fine motor skills
- Fun rhymes and stories: This rhyme book features inspiring rhymes on each page for fun storytime
- Six colorful pages: Bright, bold colors, friendly characters and patterns are used for visual development
- Language development: Reading fosters imagination and the idea of possible worlds
- Durable: Cloth pages are designed for durability. Age - 6 months and up
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Baby Books: How to Make Soft Books for Infants
Cloth books are perfect for small children and you can make them yourself.
Make the books as large or as small as you wish. Start by cutting two rectangles from the cloth. Cut another set of rectangles, about an inch wider than the first set. Cut a third set of rectangles, about an inch wider than the second set.
Sew or glue three sides of each of the sets. Turn right side out and lay a thin layer of pillow stuffing inside. The stuffing is optional - you can make the books without it if you wish. Stitch or glue the ends shut. Now you should have three stuffed rectangles, each one slightly smaller than the previous set.
Lay the largest rectangle on a table. Fold in half and mark the center. Use a disappearing marker for best results since the line you draw will disappear after a day or two. If you're using fabric glue apply a line of the glue to the center of the largest rectangle, position the second largest rectangle on top, then add the glue to the center of it. Finally, position the smallest rectangle on top and allow to dry. If you're stitching the set, align all three rectangles, according to which is largest, then stitch down the center of all three pieces at once.
Fold and press the book to crease it in the center and help it stay shut. Now the fun begins. Decorate the pages in any number of ways. Decide on a theme for the book and use small toys, cloth and other things to tell the story.
Write the title of the book on the cover, using permanent marker or fabric paints. Cut a puppy, for example, out of cloth and attach him, with fabric glue, to the front cover. Write short story lines that tell the story about the puppy. Use small toys, like a baby-safe mirror or a plastic butterfly, to enhance each page and tell the story.
Look around at a dollar-theme store or craft store to find small, baby-safe toys that you can use to make the book. Purchase glitter fabric paints, teething rings, flat rattles, and other things that will fit in the book and catch the baby's attention. If necessary, attach a strap or velcro, to hold the book shut.
The cloth baby books make great gifts for a baby shower or perfect activities for your own child. Your baby will love the book so much you'll simply have to make more. And, when the book gets dirty, you can simply toss it in the washer. If the book contains plastic toys and such, omit putting it in the dryer, and let it drip-dry instead.