Top 10 Books For Two Year Old Toddlers + Incredibundles Giveaway!

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Whoever came up with the phrase? The “Terrible Twos” was completely wrong. In fact, this might even be my new favorite age.? Bennett will actually sit still long enough now for me to read him a book all the way through and now wants to read more than just board books that have flaps you can open. I love that we can read books during the day together whenever we need to something to do and love how it has created a bedtime bond between us every night. I know that one day I am going to look back at these fond memories of just the two of us, snuggled up together in a chair with a giant stack of books next to us.

Bennett’s favorite books used to be all of the “open a flap”board books (mainly every single book by Karen Katz) that are out there, but now he enjoys a book with more of a story. I find that each page can’t have too many sentences on it, or he stops paying attention, and wants to turn the page. I feel like we are in that in-between stage where he’s too old for board books, but not quite ready for the paper page books yet. There are some paper page books that we read to him, but I kind of struggle to keep his attention the whole time while we read them. I wanted to share with you some of our favorite books as of lately that seem to be the perfect mix for a toddler his age:

  1. The Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle

  2. If you Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff

  3. The Little Engine that Could by Watty Piper

  4. Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night? by Brianna Caplan Sayres

  5. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

  6. The Pout Pout Fish by Debra Diesen

  7. Where’s My Teddy by Jez Alborough

  8. Yummy Yucky by Leslie Patricelli

  9. Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae

  10. If Animals Kissed Goodnight by Ann Paul

We have accumulated so many books over the past two and half years, that we were running out of places to put them! Our entire TV cabinet was stacked full and the storage cubes in Bennett’s room were starting to overflow with all of our books. I didn’t just want to get any ordinary bookcase for his room, I wanted to get something decorative and unique as well. We found the perfect one from Delta Children and its called the Happy Home Storage Bookcase. The bookcase comes in three colors; grey, white and dark brown. We own a lot of products from Delta Children and their products are always well made and seem to hold up nicely over time, so this was a no-brainer for us (plus, how stinkin cute is this bookcase?!)


Today I am partnering up with to give one lucky reader a $50 giftcard to use on their website. We recently received a? custom book bundle from them and Bennett just loved it! is the home of extraordinary baby gifts. They take some of the best products on the market for babies and bundle them together in a trademark reusable storage containers that allows you to give a gift that is unique, practical and fun!

One of the greatest gifts you can give someone with a new baby or toddler is the gift of reading together. Incredibundles has several themed book bundle gifts you can give to someone and they even have? “A Year of Books bundle” that you can purchase. Besides book bundles, they also offer Learn and Grow Bundles that include the safest, highest quality
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We chose the “Create A Bundle” option that allowed us to select items individually from all of the categories on the website (Books, Toys, Diapers, Bath Products and Sleep Products) and our items (we chose all books) came perfectly packaged in an adorable and reusable storage container that would make such an amazing gift! Be sure to enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win!

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20 thoughts on “Top 10 Books For Two Year Old Toddlers + Incredibundles Giveaway!

  1. Since I have a newborn, I would purchase something for him probably books and toys since I fwve away many of our baby things.

  2. I think we would choose books too! My daughter loves to read but most of her books are my sons’s hand me downs so she could use some girly books about princesses or fairies or unicorns.