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    Hi everyone - I have been asked to create stickies for threads with lists of book recommendations gathered from member posts for different age ranges (0-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13+). Here is the thread for the 0-2 age range.

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    Thanks Mark!

    I'll be curating this list and have included a dropbox link to a list updated June 5.

    Could everyone please list authors' names as surname, given name for ease of copying on my part. Thanks!

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    Eric Carle books (our favorites are From Head to Toe - very interactive, The Hungry Caterpillar, Brown Bear series, The Artist who Painted a Blue Horse)
    Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle (and its sequel, Little Blue Truck Leads the Way)
    Dear Zoo by Rob Campbell
    Big Red Barn by Margaret Wise Brown
    The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss
    The Snowy Day by Erza Jack Keats
    Peter's Chair by Erza Jack Keats
    Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson (and we do have purple scribblings on our walls... so beware)

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    Jamberry-Bruce Degan
    Goodnight Moon-Margaret Wise Brown
    Runaway Bunny--Margaret Wise Brown
    We're Going on a Bear Hunt- Michael Rosen

    These books bring back such sweet memories!

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    Lois Ehlert's books
    Richard Scarry
    Maurice Sendak
    Ezra Jack Keats
    Jan Brett
    Eric Carle
    Harriet Ziefert
    Margaret Wise Brown
    Jez Alborough
    Mouse Paint--Ellen Stoll Walsh
    Three Ducks Went Wandering—Ron Roy
    Toy Boat—Randall de Seve
    What Do You Do With a Tail Like This?—Steve Jenkins
    A Hole is to Dig--Ruth Krauss
    Charlie Parker Played Bebop—Chris Raschka
    I Am a Little Monkey (and others)—Francois Crozat
    Dinosaur Vs. Bedtime—Bob Shea
    My Family Plays Music—Judy Cox
    About Birds (and others in series)—Cathryn Sill
    Good Night, Gorilla—Peggy Rathman
    If—Sarah Perry
    Would They Love a Lion?—Kady McDonald Denton

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    An updated list from June 5 has been added! Thanks to everyone who has contributed suggestions so far.


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    Building our House - Jonathan Beam

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    Sandra Boynton's books

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    Betty Goes Banana

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    Brad Meltzer's books for kids! DS 18mos LOVES I am Amelia Earhart and I am Albert Einstein. They are more for the right side of the 0-2 range and beyond. I find very few books that DS will sit and want me to read over and over again, but these are a couple he does seem to really like! Now, if there was just an I am Sally Ride book, I'd be ECSTATIC!

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