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Llama, Llama Red Pajama
Author: Anna Dewdney | Illustrator: Anna Dewdney
When Mama Llama tucks her in for the night and leaves the room, Baby Llama suddenly starts to get nervous and so bellows, hollers, and screams for her return in this lively picture book with simple text.
Age Group 24 months
What’s Happening at this Age
- Pretending to read books
- Finishing sentences in their favorite books
- Scribbling on paper
- Knowing names of books and identifying them by the picture on the cover
- Turning pages right to left
- Making connections between pictures and real life, like noticing their own shoes when they see a picture of shoes.
A whole lot of learning goes into how your toddler is interacting with books now! You’ve been reading to them for two years and now they know how to hold the book so their stuffed animals can see the pictures when your toddler “reads” to them. Your child may even be pointing out interesting things on the page and asking questions just like you do when you read to them. They likely have a favorite book that they want you to read, and that they may even pretend to read to you. This may not seem important as they’re “just pretending” but they’re doing all the things a skilled reader does without actually reading the text. This pretending is an important part of becoming a reader. When they “read” to you, it’s your turn to say, “Again! Again!” and know that you’re building a reader!
Click here to see a full list of milestones for your 2-year-old as well as tips and activities for you and your toddler!
Why did we select this book?
We chose this title because of the bold, bright illustrations and the wonderful rhyme in the text. The story reflects a feeling universal to toddlers--impatience. There are plenty of story elements that both a child and parent or caregiver can relate to.
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