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Progressive Books For Toddlers You Should HAVE

This article showcases our top picks for the best Progressive 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.

An ABC of Equality by Chana Ginelle Ewing

This product was recommended by Syed from Angel Jackets

Teach your kids the meaning of fair treatment, regardless of race and believe by introducing this book. A best-selling book that defines concepts of social justice to the young minds. Features engaging artworks and colorful illustrations.


Welcome To World Celebration by Moira Butterfield

This product was recommended by Dave Pedley from YourCub

From my very earliest years I was fascinated by all things foreign – different color people, the way they dressed, their houses, what they ate, the words they spoke. TV of course powered that curiosity as it still does, but books made it even more real – and I want my kids to enjoy this same pleasure. Welcome to the World Celebration by Moira Butterfield in words and wonderfully colorful pictures introduces children from dozens of countries and cultures, explains their diverse customs and habits, lifestyles, and language in a simple and entertaining way. A superb introduction to diversity and the world at large that captivates my toddlers night after night.


I Am Peace by Susan Verde

This product was recommended by Janey Strong from Mommy Academy

A book that teaches even the smallest little person how to slow down, be present and practice self awareness, compassion, and respect. They get to adventure with a little guy who encourages them to breathe, smell, taste and be present in the here and now.


ABC for Me by Sugar Snap Studio

This product was recommended by Janey Strong from Mommy Academy

An ABC board book for any little girl that reinforces that she can BE anything she wants to be from a chef to a zoologist! There are no limits to what a little girl can do or be – it’s best to start dreaming from the very start!


It’s OK to be different by Sharon Purtill

This product was recommended by Leo Young from OptimizedFamily

Again using rhymes and brilliant visuals, the message here is kindness and acceptance of difference and deals with among others racism, special needs, bullying, and more.


We’re Different, We’re the Same by Bobbi Kates

This product was recommended by Leo Young from OptimizedFamily

It teaches the very young about diversity and acceptance in the very simplest ways – rhymes, talking animals and puppets, and great pictures.


What Makes a Baby by Cory Silverberg

This product was recommended by Carol Queen from Good Vibrations

Where babies come from is a perennial kid question, and this book doesn’t gender body parts, so it’s super-inclusive and bills itself as a book for every kind of family and every kind of kid.


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