Spark Your Kid’s Love of Reading with Priddy Books

Family Fun & Activities, Parenting | September 28, 2020

Discover Priddy Books’ essential collection for helping your baby to reach her developmental milestones: First 100 Numbers; See, Touch, Feel; Alphaprints: Colors; Bright Baby: Touch and Feel Baby Animals; and My First Play and Learn Farm. Each book offers the opportunity to teach babies their first words, numbers, and colors, enhance their key motor skills through sensory play, and help them discover the fun of reading. 

Our Blog Ambassadors were recently given the opportunity to read five classics from Priddy Books. See what they thought about these titles below. 


First 100 Numbers

“The First 100 Numbers board book from Priddy Books is a great snack companion. Use the numbers on the pages to reinforce the number of food items on their plates. The pages will easily wipe clean so you don’t need to worry about crumbs getting on the pages.

Lunch or snack time is a great time to incorporate learning because they’re occupied and their brains are being fueled! Have your child count the items on their plates. Older children can add and subtract snack items, or even make their own multiplication arrays on their plates of food!” – Little Dove

See, Touch, Feel

“The books are such great quality, with durable board pages, that I don’t have to worry about him tearing or ripping them. He carries them around, looks through them on his own, and loves that he can see himself in the mirror at the end of the See, Touch, Feel book.

Not only are the books visually interesting for toddlers and small children, but they have amazing textures that stimulate curiosity through sensory play. As an adult, I can’t even resist feeling all of the textures on each page as we flip through every single time.” – On Moxie and Motherhood 

Alphaprints: Colors

“One of my 2 year old’s favorite books from the Priddy Books Early Learning Collection is Alphaprints: Colors. This book features vibrant colors, embossed details in the imagery, as well as repetition on each page, helping toddlers to learn their colors.

Now, remember I said there are perks to reading physical books? Hands-on interaction is one of them. I’m not just talking about physically having the ability to hold the book and turn the pages. Interactive features, like lifting flaps, pages popping up, and the touch and feel aspect, isn’t something you get on a tablet. So while it’s okay for toddlers to have screen time, it’s also important to incorporate hands-on learning with physical books.” – Making Time for Memories

Bright Baby: Touch and Feel Baby Animals

“In Bright Baby: Touch and Feel Baby Animals, kiddos get to meet and feel all the cutest creatures in the animal kingdom from furry to feathery and big to small. The rhyming text and touch and feel textures makes this the perfect book for your kiddo to build their motor and vocabulary skills.

We have a love for reading in our household which means we have bookshelves that are seriously overflowing. We’ve had a very stocked bookshelf since she was born… okay maybe even before she was born. But, our favorite ones are our Priddy Books! ”- The Beard and the Baker

My First Play and Learn Farm

“The touch and feel books really engage younger kids and babies, while their matching and sorting books like My First Play and Learn Farm book is really engaging for toddlers and older. My girls LOVE this book! They had fun matching the reusable stickers in the books and also got creative in making up their own games with the stickers. They hid them around the house for a fun game of hide and seek and also matched them to objects in the house. So fun!” – Elements of Ellis 


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