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Board books

Get yourself a chunky book with a heavy stock, rounded corners, and bright, eye-catching pictures, and you’ve got yourself a board book. Perfect gifts for little ones, these books are for the youngest readers — so young, in fact, that they don’t even read yet!

What’s Wrong, Little Pookie? by Sandra Boynton (Robin Corey Books) and indeed most of Boynton’s books are published as board books. Fabulous picture books that are republished as board books include Goodnight Moon and Runaway Bunny, both by Margaret Wise Brown (HarperFestival), Jamberry by Bruce Degen (HarperFestival), and Hug by Jez Alborough (Candlewick Press).

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