|Adler||Baby, Come Away|
A bird, a cat, a dog, and a fish each imagine an ideal day with a baby.
|Blackall||The Baby Tree|
After several false explanations, a young boy learns where babies come from. Includes advice on explaining reproduction.
|Bunting||Will It Be a Baby Brother?|
A little boy is certain that his mother will have a boy.
Theo's classmates help with his mixed feelings about the new baby.
|Edwards||Room for the Baby|
A family gets the baby's room ready.
|Frazee||The Boss Baby|
Boss baby gets every single thing he wants.
|Gliori|| Where Did That Baby Come From?|
A creature wonders where his squeaky, leaky sibling came from and whether it should be set free.
|Holt||Waiting for Gregory|
A young girl eagerly awaits the birth of her cousin, but she's confused by the way relatives answer her questions.
|Kanevsky||Here is the Baby|
Follows a day in the life of a baby, from waking to bedtime.
|Katz||Now I'm Big!|
A big sister marvels about all the things she can do, from dressing herself to reading to her baby sister.
When Peter discovers his baby furniture is being painted pink for the new baby, he decides to save his old chair.
|Lund||Tell Me My Story, Mama|
As they await the arrival of a new baby, a mother tells her young daughter of the time when they waited for her to be born.
|Mackall||There's a Baby in There!|
A four-year-old chimpanzee finds it hard to believe that a baby is growing inside his mother's belly.
|McAllister||15 Things Not to Do with a Baby|
. . . for example, don't send your baby to cuddle with an octopus!
|Overend||Welcome with Love|
The whole family helps when a mom delivers her baby at home.
|Patz||Babies Can't Eat Kimchee|
A baby sister is too young to dance ballet or eat spicy food.
|Plecas||Bah! Said the Baby|
Family members try to figure out what "Bah!" means.
|Puttock||The Baby That Roared|
When a bundle appears on their doorstep, Mrs. Deer thinks her wish for a baby has been granted. Mr. Deer is not so sure.
|Reiser||My Baby and Me|
Photographs and simple text portray babies and their toddler siblings.
|Ross||I Want a Sister|
A little princess insists that the new baby will have to be a girl.
Baby Harry eats all the food in the house, then goes out to find more.
|Schaefer||One Special Day|
An energetic and imaginative boy becomes a big brother.
|Scott||On Mother's Lap|
An Inuit boy finds his mother's lap big enough for him and the baby.
|Tarpley||Ten Tiny Toes|
Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate a new baby.
|Vamos||Before You Were Here, Mi Amor|
Family prepare for their new baby. Spanish words are woven into the text.
|Van Leeuwen||Benny and Beautiful Baby Delilah|
Benny is not pleased when the new baby, Delilah, arrives.
|JE Van Leeuwen|
|White||Ruby's Baby Brother|
Ruby learns how important a big sister can be.
|Wilson||What's in the Egg, Little Pip?|
Little Pip the penguin comes to terms with the new egg in the house.
|Woodson||Pecan Pie Baby|
When Mama's pregnancy draws attention away from Gia, she worries that their special bond will disappear forever.
|Young||Don't Eat the Baby|
Tom is disturbed when relatives say they want to eat the baby up.
|Yum||The Twins' Little Sister|
Twin sisters worry about a new baby getting all the attention.
|Ziefert||Waiting for Baby|
Max talks and sings to the baby in his mother's tummy, hoping to coax it into the world.
Last Updated: 6/15