No attention span:
That's not my... series by Usborne
3 minute attention span board books: (I love good rhythm and rhyme)
Is your mamma a llama? ~"Is your mama a llama," I asked my Friend Rhonda. "No she is not," is how Rhonda responded.
The Bear Snores on ~In a cave in the woods in his deep dark lair, through the long cold winter sleeps a great brown bear.
Quick as a cricket ~I'm as brave as a tiger. I'm as shy as a shrimp. I'm as tame as a poodle. I'm as wild as a chimp.
Chicka Chicka Boom boom ~look there's a full moon. A is out of bed and this is what he said: "Dare double dare, you cant catch me. I'll beat you to the top of the coconut tree."
The little mouse, the red ripe strawberry, and the big hungry bear
We're going on a bear hunt
10 minute attention span:
Caps for sale
Harold and the purple crayon
Horton hears a who/hatches an egg
The butter battle book
Frog and Toad
Mrs. Brice's Mice
20 minute attention span:
Tiki Tiki Tembo
The complete tales of Winnie the Pooh
The Fire Cat
The polar express
Millions of cats
The story of ping
Blueberries for Sal
Doctor De soto
Amos and Boris
30 minute attention span:
Sylvester and the magic pebble
James Herriot's Treasury of Inspirational Stories for Children
DD is super into All about scabs by Genichiro Yagyu right now. That is a great book for toddlers interested in gross things, like my DD.
Originally Posted by cyanviolet
Besides what is mentioned here, currently popular
books illustrated by Nikki McClure (All in a Day, Mama is it Summer Yet?),
Bruno Munari (the zoo book is great...I love what he says about flamingos and the little guy loves the illustrations)
Gerda Muller (If you like the sort where you don't read but make up stories about what is on the page... I happen not to care for the artwork, but the little guy totally digs them)
Laura Vaccaro Seeger (we both love "First the Egg")
books illustrated by Jackie Morris ("Can You See a Little Bear?")
Taro Gomi (My Friends, Everybody Poops)
Wonder Bear by Tao Nyeu
The Little House
Anything with buses, construction machinery, cars, trucks, etc. much to our dismay.
I had high hopes for the "My First Little House" books but he's pretty much bored by them and feels that they should have tractors if they're going to be about farming.
This is a great list. Thanks. I just got My friends for a neice. It is so sweet.