Owl Board Books for Toddlers
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This fall, introduce your toddlers to owls with these owl board books for toddlers. The sturdy pages make these books perfect for little hands.
Board books often have large, colorful pictures and short sentences which will help your littlest ones develop a love for reading as they snuggle up for a quick story.
Owl Board Books for Toddlers
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of board books that will help your toddlers celebrate autumn and learn about owls and other early learning skills.
You should be able to find them at your local library or book store. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Little Owl’s Night – Putting a twist on the bedtime book, Little Owl’s Night is sure to comfort any child with a curiosity about the night.
Little Owl’s Colors – During daytime, Little Owl’s forest is full of colors—like the sparkling blue pond and the hungry green frog sitting on a grassy green bank. From yellow bees to purple butterflies, there’s a rainbow of bright colors to look at and learn!
Owl Babies – “I want my mommy!” Three baby owls awake one night to find their mother gone, and they can’t help but wonder where she is. What is she doing? When will she be back? What scary things move all around them? Stunning illustrations from striking perspectives capture the anxious little owls as they worry.
Little Owl’s Day – A squirrel is chittering. Bees are buzzing. The sun is high in the sky. And Little Owl is supposed to be asleep, but when he wakes up early, he’s just too curious to close his eyes again. The forest he knows so well at nighttime is completely different – and exciting – in the day!
Home Sweet Home – Curious young readers will love to take a journey with Baby Owl as she flies far and wide over the forest and the river, the farm and the mountains, then back to her nest, in this adorable, interactive board book.
Little Owl’s 123 – Little Owl flies through the night forest, visiting his friends. One friendly fox says hello, two beavers wave, three skunks nibble berries. And when Little Owl finally reaches his own tree, he sees Raccoon who has gathered ten acorns.
Little Owl Says Goodnight – It’s nighttime, and Little Owl wants to say goodnight to all her friends before she goes to sleep.
In My Tree – Bright pictures, reassuring messages, unique layered pages and an adorable felt finger puppet attached to each book combine to create interactive reading and playtime fun!
Little Owl – This book features a permanently attached plush finger puppet and peek-a-boo holes in every page, presenting a super-fun way for parents and children to play and read together.
Peek-a-Who? – The anticipation of what’s hiding on the next page and the bright, engaging illustrations will keep youngsters guessing and giggling all the way to the surprise endings.
Little Owl – This attractive board book for toddlers in Barron’s Look at Me series features color illustrations that present animals in naturalistic portrayals, placed in realistic, detail-filled settings.
Night Owl – Night Owl loves the nighttime! He can see everything, but when he doesn’t see Mommy Owl, he starts to listen . . . .
Grandma Wishes – Did you know there’s a special wishing star that only grandmas see? Every time a new grandchild is expected, their grandma has special hopes and dreams for her new little love.
Hoot – How many owls can you find in this playful book of numbers? Bright artwork, finger-holes, and a cheerful rhyming story make learning come alive!
Good-Night, Owl! – How is Owl supposed to sleep the day away with the bees buzzing, the woodpecker pecking, the doves cooing, and the squirrels crunching? But when night falls and everything is finally quiet, suddenly there’s a new sound—and it’s coming from Owl!
Little Owl’s Snow – “Winter’s almost here!” says Little Owl, as he observes leaves falling, animal friends hibernating, and a chill from his feathers to his feet. And just as he and his friend raccoon are watching their breath make fog in the cold air, it happens: Snow!
I’m Not Sleepy! – This charming tale of a cranky little owl determined to stay awake will be a sure-fire hit with kids … and their parents too!
A Book of Sleep – Join the owl on his moonlit journey as he watches all the other animals settle in for the night: some sleep standing up, while some sleep on the move!
Where’s the Owl? – Five beautifully illustrated spreads show a series of friendly woodland animals hiding behind bright felt flaps.
Whooo Loves Baby – Soft illustrations and a lyrical story combine for a heartfelt message of love.
Little Owl and the Noisy Night – Press the button, listen, and follow along with Little Owl as he hoots through the forest making new friends!
Peek-a-Boo Forest – Peek-a-Boo Forest is an interactive soft book that allows your little explorer to learn about different animals that live in the forest. Each durable page has soft peek-a-boo flaps that are easy for little fingers to open and close, promoting hand-eye coordination.
Owl Always Love You! – This innovative new board format features a plush owl finger puppet sitting atop the book! The puppet becomes a character in every spread and provides the opportunity to interact throughout the entire reading experience, and it is paired with a classic, reassuring message of love.
Happy – Exploring the loving relationship between one little owl and his mommy, this beautifully designed picture book is certain to become a bedtime favorite.
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star – This classic rhyme admiring the stars in the sky features a fun finger puppet toy built into the book, encouraging interactive play, hand-eye coordination, and language development in your little one.
Tippy the Owl – A young owl has trouble staying in his bed at night, but finds help through a dear friend.
A Snowy Owl Story – Based on a true story, A Snowy Owl Story describes, through the tale of one particular owl, the recent irruption of snowy owls all across the United States. Through this simple narrative, youngsters will learn about migration, adaptation, and respectful human interaction with nature.
Which of these books about owls will you read first?
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