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Experts Tell Us the Best Pop Up Books For Toddlers

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Pop Up Books For Toddlers. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Wide Mouthed Frog by Keith Faulkner

This product was recommended by Srikanth Rajkumar from Dads That Fail

The Wide Mouthed Frog by Keith Faulkner is a great pop up book for toddlers. Most toddlers love this book because of the detailed illustrations, wonderful story and overall great quality of the book. Another great feature is that one can make the mouths of the animals move as if they were really talking to you.

Wake Up, Farm! by Jonny Lambert

This product was recommended by Victoria Jones from Curriculum and Culture

My 2-year-old loves this book! The pop-up illustrations make it feel like a fun game of peek-a-boo, and it’s a great way to help toddlers learn animals sounds.

Brush Your Teeth Please by Leslie McGuire

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

Toddlers look for fun ways of gaining knowledge and this pop-up book offers them just that. The book helps young children to learn about proper dental hygiene easily and in a way that is unforgettable. Most kids find it enjoyable to brush and floss the animal’s teeth which also motivates them to keep theirs clean. Any parent understands the struggles of having kids brush their teeth and this book will ensure a smooth transformation.

Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney

This product was recommended by Dani D from Play Inspired Mum

Guess Who Much I Love You is a classic favourite children’s book has been a favourite for generations. This pop up edition adds so much interaction making it engaging and fun! The pop up actions add more opportunities to build on your toddlers vocabulary and comprehension. My children, who love books but struggle sitting still sometimes, love following the actions themselves. They get jumping and waving their arms about as soon as we turn each page!

Pop-Up Peekaboo! Series by DK

This product was recommended by Brianna Leonhard from Third Row Adventures

The attached link is to only one of these books. This is a series of books (at least 8 that I am aware of) that cover topics including: things that go, animals, dinosaurs, colors, bedtime, Halloween, etc. There is a book for every interest, they are brightly colored, and follow a predictable pattern that toddlers love.

A Pop-Up Book of Nursery Rhymes by Matthew Reinhart

This product was recommended by Andy from Cloom

Matthew Reinhart’s phenomenal paper engineering, as evidenced in Cinderella and The Jungle Book brings an added dimension — literally — to the classic telling of Mother Goose’s most treasured nursery rhymes. With six spreads of of pop ups and and mini book, this book is a phenomenal family keepsake to read for years to come. Six spreads with full pop ups on each spread and mini books with pops throughout; book will be shrinkwrapped.

Pop-up Dinosaurs by Roger Priddy

This product was recommended by Andy from Cloom

A Priddy Pop-Up book, Roger Priddy’s Pop-up Dinosaurs is a sturdy colorful board book that will have your dino-loving children roaring with delight. This fun-filled picture book has rhymes to read featuring facts about our giant prehistoric friends, enhanced with five big dinosaur pop-ups which jump out from the pages―including a mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex!

The Backyard Bug Book for Kids by Lauren Davidson

This product was recommended by Andy from Cloom

Crawl into the wonderful world of bugs―a fun photographic adventure for kids ages 3 to 5 Take your child on an educational adventure bursting with the kinds of colorful photographs you need in bug books for kids. The Backyard Bug Book for Kids has everything you’d want in bug books for kids: a story, pictures, and activities combined. Introduce your little one to the types of bugs they’re likely to see during their day, then help them remember what they’ve learned with fun, on-the-page challenges.

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