The month of February is all about Bonding and Connection!
Reading with your little one is a simple way to not only improve their communication skills, but it also stimulates patterns of brain development responsible for bonding and connecting. Our expert programming team has complied their top book recommendations that portray connecting to family, friends, community, and everyone in between!
Come bond with us in February with these fun reads!
Guess How Much I Love You By Sam McBratney & Anita Jeram
This beloved classic lets children “love you right up to the moon and back!” Follow Little Nut Brown Hare and his Dad as they playfully vie to express their love for one another.
Love Makes a Family By Sophie Beer
Love is waking up bright and early. Love is lending a helping hand. Whether a child has two dads, two moms, or one of each, this book helps teach us that what’s most important in a family’s life is the love shared between family members.
A Friend Like You By Andrea Schomburg, Barbara Rottgen & Sean Juilan
Squirrel and bird are very different, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be friends. They’re both willing to try something new! They discover that their small differences won’t stand in the way of their newfound friendship but will help them discover new things about themselves.
Friendship is Like a Seesaw By Shonna Innes & Irisz Agocs
Friendships have their ups and downs, just like a seesaw. This story offers a gentle approach to the emotional issues children face while dealing with friendships and their peers. In the end, it’s all about finding the right balance.
I Would Tuck You In By Sarah Asper-Smith & Mitchell Watley
This sweet bedtime book is filled with baby animals and their mommies. An otter tucks her little one into a kelp forest bed. A humpback whale sings a song to soothe her calf. Learn all about the different ways animal mothers show love to their babies, while spending some quality time with your little one.