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  • Boyntons Greatest Hits Volume 1
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Boyntons Greatest Hits Volume 1

  • Recommended Age: Newborns-2 Year Old
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Artist Sandra Boynton has been charming adults for decades with her whimsical, animal-centric greeting cards and her droll sense of humor.

When Boynton transferred her weirdly wonderful critters to board books for babies, she made publishing history. These short, hilarious books are perfectly suited to toddler tastes, with their small size, few words, cheerful colors, funny jokes, and silly animals.

Blue Hat, Green Hat is all about getting dressed, and stars a very silly turkey who just doesn't get it. (Feet in the hat, pants on the head, etc.) His continuing refrain is Oops.

Moo, Baa, LA LA LA! investigates the sounds animals make, including pigs who sing.

Doggies is a counting and barking book about the many sounds dogs can make

A to Z frolics through the alphabet with amusing animal antics from an aardvark admiring to a zebra zigzagging. Parents love Boynton as much as kids do, and these four books in a compact boxed set will no doubt become household favorites!

Sandra Boynton is a popular American humorist, songwriter, children 's author, and illustrator. Boynton has written and illustrated more than forty books for both children and adults, as well as more than four thousand greeting cards and four music albums. She has designed = for various companies = calendars, wallpaper, bedding, stationery, paper goods, clothing, jewelry, and plush toys.


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What do cows, dogs, pigs and the alphabet have in common...nothing but they sure are fun to ready about!

These short, hilarious books are perfectly suited to toddler tastes, with their small size, few words, cheerful colors, funny jokes, and silly animals!

They combine rhythm, rhyme, and humor so that the parents get the most out of reading to their children!


  • A great way to spend quality time with your child is reading to them and this should begin when they are infants.

  • Exposing children to books at this young age is the first step to peaking their future interest in reading.

  • Rhyming, recognizing first sounds in words, and syllable awareness are all phonemic awareness skills your child has before they are ready to start reading.

  • We do not often think of reading when it comes to our toddlers, but they start hearing about the ABCs in songs and begin gaining letter recognition starting at around 2 years of age.

  • Most children will begin to read between the ages of 5-6 years. But before they can read they need to gain the foundation of pre-reading skills.

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