A few months ago I took the boys to a local children's book store for toddler story time. They sang songs, danced, read stories and all the tots got their hands stamped. My super social child loved it. And on they way out (because I have a problem) I snagged a few children's books in Spanish. I shared our haul and asked if anyone could recommend a few more books.
This is some of our current Spanish stash:
Siempre Te Querre, Buenas Noches Luna (a gift from a beloved Tia), Dragones y Tacos, El Canguro Tiene Mama?, Colores, and El Camioncito Azul (not pictured because it's probably stuck between our mattress and the wall).
There was a time when we read Buenas Noches Luna several times every night, but the current favorite has been "Tacos".
My brother picked up a few of these super cute books for Iggy. Have you heard of Lil' Libros? Apparently they can be found at Target, but I haven't seen them in any of our Minnesota stores. We have Contando Con Frida (Counting with Frida), Loteria: Primeras Palabras (Loteria: First Words), and Zapata: Colores (colors, ya'll). Don't tell my grandma about that last one. The woman is a Villista, through and through.
Any other recommendations? I would love to keep adding to our Spanish collection.