6 Books that you can give to a 3-years-old on this Christmas
Books you can give to the 3-years-old on this Christmas

Books you can give to the 3-years-old on this Christmas

23th…24th…25th, and it will be Merry Christmas! Have you decided what to gift your toddler? Well, it doesn’t matter whether he/she is your daughter/son or your niece/nephew or your sibling or your grandchild? What matters the most is the gift that you’re gonna give to your 3 years old has to be something which he/she enjoys and which will also help them in shaping their future. So what better to gift your 3 years olds, than books: the ultimate joy.

I am mentioning below a few books, which I really enjoyed reading in my childhood, and now I love gifting them to little munchkins.

 


Patrol Pals (Paw Patrol)
by Random House

 Board Book 

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A boxed set of board books starring Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol! Chase and the rest of the pups prove that teamwork is the best way to save the day. Boys and girls ages 0 to 3 will love this sturdy box featuring four board books and a plastic handle for puppy power on the go!

Get on the case with Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol! Chase, Marshall, Rubble, Skye, and the rest of the puppy heroes are on a mission to save their friends and protect the community of Adventure Bay using their paw-some vehicles, tools, and teamwork.

Titles of the Books:

  • Rescue Team!
  • Rocky and Rubble
  • Marshall and Skye
  • Chase and Zuma

 


 

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!
by Mo Willems

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!

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In his hilarious picture book debut, the acclaimed Mo Willems perfectly captures a toddler’s temper tantrum. When a bus driver takes a break in this hilarious Caldecott Honor-winning picture book, he gives the reader just one instruction: “Don’t let the pigeon drive the bus!” But, boy, that pigeon tries every trick in the book to get in that driving seat: he whines, wheedles, fibs and flatters. Will you let him drive? Told entirely in speech bubbles, this brilliantly original and funny picture book demands audience participation!

 


Another Monster at the End of This Book
by Jon Stone

Another Monster at the End of This Book

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In this beautifully illustrated sequel to the much-loved classic The Monster at the End of This Book, Grover, now with pal Elmo by his side, has heard that there’s something lurking on the last page of the book. Grover tries his best in all sorts of hilarious ways to stop the reader from turning the pages. But, Elmo, curious as always, slips by every wacky barrier. Toddlers will find it hard to resist turning the pages too.

 


 

Don’t Push the Button!
by Bill Cotter

Don't Push the Button!

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An interactive tale starring Larry, a lovable and curious monster, cautions children to enjoy the book but avoid pushing its button to avoid silly consequences, unless nobody is looking.

 


 

The Book With No Pictures
by B.J. Novak

The Book With No Pictures

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You might think a book with no pictures seems boring and serious. Except . . . here’s how books work. Everything written on the page has to be said by the person reading it aloud. Even if the words say . . .
BLORK. Or BLUURF. And even if the words include things like BLAGGITY BLAGGITY and MY HEAD IS MADE OF BLUEBERRY PIZZA!
That’s the rule. That’s the deal.

Brilliantly irreverent and very, very silly, The Book With No Pictures will delight kids and have them begging for more. From award-winning US comic writer and actor, B. J. Novak.

 


 

I say Ooh You say Aah
by John Kane

I say Ooh You say Aah

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‘There’s something very important that I need you to remember. When I say Ooh, you say Aah. Let’s try it.’ Ooh the donkey has lost his pants. Readers must help him find them! In this picture book, young readers help to sell the story by responding to simple verbal or visual cues. This hilarious book is perfect for reading aloud and is fun for the whole family.

 


 

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So hope this article was really helpful to you. And also do comment and tell us if I should have you think that a few books should have been mentioned here or a few books shouldn’t have been here. 

Also Read: Horror Books for a 12-year-old 


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