We've All Got Bellybuttons!

10 best books like We've All Got Bellybuttons! (David Martin): Dancing Feet!, One Pup's Up, If You're Happy and You Know It!, Peek-a-Moo!, Hello, Day!, Can You Growl Like a Bear?, Who Hops?, Lots of Dots, Eyes, Nose, Fingers, and Toes, A Boy and His Bunny

Dancing Feet!
AuthorLindsey Craig
Clickity! Clickity! Long green feet!
Who is dancing that clickity beat?

Lizard is dancing on clickity feet.
Clickity! Clickity! Happy feet!

Introducing a get-up-and-dance toddler book-so catchy and rhythmic, you'll almost want to sing it.

Lindsey Craig's...
AuthorMarsha Wilson Chall
When one pup’s up, the other nine are sure to follow! Young readers will love counting along as ten pups gradually wake up to nuzzle, wiggle, dine, and play. Count back down as the puppies fall asleep again, all in a fuzzy doggy jumble. This fun and simple counting book combines Marsha Wilson Chall’s...
AuthorJane Cabrera
This nursery rhyme has not received any awards and is appropriate for children between the ages of 1 1/2 through 5 years old. The rhyme has children sing and clap along. It talks about being happy and encourages excitement. It is about children being happy and moving around to show it. I like this nursery...
AuthorMarie Torres Cimarusti
Little ones love to play peek-a-boo! With its bright, quirky animals and oversized flaps to lift, Peek-a-Moo! is sure to be a read-aloud favorite. Readers play peek-a-boo with a different animal on each page, guessing what it is, then lifting the flap to find out. Each animal has a different sound that...
AuthorAnita Lobel
Copyright- Anita Lobel
Number of page- 34
Book format- print
Reading level- Ages 2-4
Genre- fiction
Lit requirement- Board Book

Summary: Beginning with morning, when the sun rises, the author introduces many animals and the sound they make. Then the sun sets, but is...
AuthorJohn Butler
This adorable read-aloud features appealing baby animals and a rhyming text that is sure to please.
From trumpeting like an elephant to howling like a wolf, author-illustrator John Butler delights the very young with this simple, interactive look at different animals and the noises they make.
AuthorKatie Davis
This book is awesome for children who are learning about animals and simple forms of what they do. Each page has an animal that hops and then will have one page that has an animal that doesn't hop but on the next page explains why it doesn't hop and what it does. I also love this book because of its vibrant colors....
AuthorCraig Frazier
Whimsical dots, dots for licking, dots for snacking and even dots on shirts. In every color and size dots make up many of the things in the world around us. There are dots everywhere, if only you know where to look.

In the recent past there have been numerous books based on how we interact with common...
AuthorJudy Hindley
Peekaboo! From a blink and a wink of their eyes, to a wiggle of their shoulders, to a stomp of their feet, a group of lovable toddlers joyfully explores the many ways to use their bodies. Readers are invited to join in the fun of learning all the moves our bodies are able to make--and how, for instance, lips...
AuthorSean Bryan
I have finally read the prequel and sequel to A Girl and Her Gator by Sean Bryan and Tom Murphy. Having read the entire trilogy (perhaps with more to come), I feel like my life is complete. These are some of my most favorite picture books of all time.

The genius started in 2005 with A Boy and His Bunny...
AuthorScott M. Fischer

When a bug sleeping on a jug is chased by a frog, he has to jump to get away. But then that frog (who’s sleeping on a log) is in for a similar surprise! He’s attacked by a cat…who needs to jump away from a dog…and on it goes, until not even a shark is free from getting a little fright! Building on repetition...
AuthorJohn Lawrence
Who says a little chick can’t make big, loud animal noises?

Most little chicks barely make a peep, but not this little chick! While his brothers and sisters nestle close to their mother hen, this little chick struts off on his own to make some new friends in the farmyard. And he has a wonderful...
AuthorKatie Cleminson
For Eva, a young girl with a lively imagintation, a seemingly ordinary box becomes a portal to a magical, wonder-filled world. Eva wishes for a pet. She reaches into her magic box and pulls out Monty. But he's not quite what she had in mind. (He's a polar bear.) What else might be in the magic box? A colony...
AuthorJulie Markes
What’s that you say? You don’t like to get dressed in the morning? Well, it’s a good thing you’re not an octopus because they have 8 legs which makes putting on pants much more difficult than the 2 legs you have. The round-faced boy in this book has a list of activities he doesn’t like, from riding...
I Spy Under the Sea
AuthorEdward Gibbs
Fun! This would be great in toddler or preschool storytime. There is the counting aspect. And how fun with the I Spy part and having them guess what might be next. I think it should work quite well. Though, I'm sorry, but I will have to say "octopi." Can't help that part of the grammarian in me--it just sounds...
Tuck Me In!
AuthorDean Hacohen
Who needs to be tucked in? Turn each page until all baby animals—and little readers—are cozy and ready for sleep in this irresistible bedtime ritual.

The stars are out. The moon is rising. All the baby animals, from peacocks to pigs to zebras, are ready for bed. Will you tuck them in and say...
The Baby Goes Beep
AuthorRebecca O'Connell
Since I can't figure out how to disconnect the board book and the hardcover, I'll have to note things here. I give five stars to the hardcover which is by far one of my favorite read alouds for any child under two years old.

I give only three stars for the board book which is a trimmed down version of...
Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails
AuthorNancy Tafuri
What has spots? A cow has spots. What has feathers? A chicken has feathers. Nancy Tafuri, a Caldecott Honor artist and the award-winning creator of many books for young children, including Have You Seen My Duckling?, knows just what questions preschoolers will love to hear—and answer!

Here Are My Hands
AuthorBill Martin Jr.
I started to use this book for an about me story time, because my other options weren't checked in yet. This book is good for what it is, but there are two pages that gave me pause.

"Here are my ears for washing and drying" but it shows a child with a seashell up to his ear. The next page says, "Here are...
Say Hello Like This!
AuthorMary Murphy
The creator of a Kiss Like This offers an exuberant concept book about the irresistible sounds that animals make. The perfect baby gift!

Different kinds of animals say hello in their own way. And who better than Mary Murphy to introduce their voices to the youngest of listeners? Full of funny...
Hands Can
AuthorCheryl Willis Hudson
Hands can do all kinds of things! A rhyming text with eye-catching color photos offers just the encouragement young children need to explore their world - hands on.

Hands can hold things.
Hands can mold things.
Hands can catch
and hands can throw.

Hands can do much more,...
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