With so many to choose from, it was hard to just choose just 5, but here are the ones that made our top list:

1. The Very Hungry Caterpillar
By Eric Carle
The caterpillar's still hungry! And just like him, when it comes to this book toddlers can't seem to get enough.

2. Green Eggs and Ham
By Dr. Seuss
Try as you might, you cannot resist Sam-I-Am and his green eggs and ham. This wacky rhyming classic is as fun now as it was the first time you read it.

3. Walter, the Farting Dog
By William Kotzwinkle and Glenn Murray, illustrated by Audrey Colman
If the word "fart" is taboo in your house, this could be the perfect book for you and your family. Author William Kotzwinkle follows Walter through some embarrassing escapades, all to show him that gas might be kind of funny.

4. Diary of a Wombat
by Jackie French
A delightful and entertaining peek into the life of one very busy wombat! Illustrated by Bruce Whatley.

5. Are You My Mother?
By P.D. Eastman
For the restless toddler who relishes audience participation. Each time the confused young bird asks a strange animal, "Are you my mother?" your kids will knowingly answer, "No!" And they might even explain why not. A wonderful teaching tool with a warm-fuzzy ending.

What is your toddler's favourite book?







- is your child's favourite on the list?