Interactive Picture Books That Are Surprising and Delightful
Interactive picture books are a great way to get wiggly toddlers to sit down and enjoy a book! All of these picture books are sure to delight kids of all ages though; with their funny story lines and intriguing ideas. So grab one of these, and cuddle up for some fun family reading time!

 

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Press Here by Hervé Tullet
This was one of the first interactive books we ever read – and it’s still wonderful. With instructions that will encourage readers to clap, shake the book, touch dots, and more, it’s perfect for engaging reluctant readers.
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Warning: Do Not Open This Book! by Adam Lehrhaupt
This book begins with a warning: ” CAUTION! This book contains monkeys, toucans, and a whole lot of silliness.You really shouldn’t be opening this book.”  But, of course, young readers will be unable to resist turning the pages to find out what happens.

 

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Open Very Carefully: A Book with Bite by Nick Bromley
Shhhhh. There’s an alligator in the book! He’s sleeping peacefully right now, but you’d better turn the pages quietly, or else… We have gifted this one to several 3 and 4 year olds at birthday parties, and they’ve all loved it!

 

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Look! by Edouard Manceau
This cute, oversized book has a cut out in the middle, allowing children to peek completely through the book. The text gives them something to look for on each page (and in the world behind the book): numbers, letters, patterns, and more. Perfect for toddlers who think peekaboo is fun, but also appealing for older kids who will “get” the text better – my 6 year old loved it too.

 

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I am Blop! Hervé Tullet
Another of Tullet’s wonderfully imaginative books – this one compares “blops” in many different settings – letting kids compare shapes, textures, colors, family groups, cityscapes, and more. It’s very long for a picture book; sixty-odd pages, so perfect for engaging kids on long car rides!

 

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The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak
A classic that will highly appeal to slightly older kids – I mean, what 5 year old doesn’t want to hear their parents have to say, “Glug glug glug, my face is a bug.” This is sure to cause plenty of giggling as a read aloud option!

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