10 Droolworthy Cloth Books for Babies [Parent Picks]

The best cloth books for babies are interactive, droolproof, chewable, and generally washable. And the crinklier the better!

I asked BC parents to share their kids’ favorite cloth books. Here are ten of their top picks. I’ve linked to the books at Amazon so you can read more about them.

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Comments

  1. Linda says:

    I’m looking for some cloth books that are quiet. Are any of these non-crinkly?

  2. Anne says:

    Baby’s Day by Karen Katz! You put the baby in the high chair, in the bath, to sleep, etc. My 15-month-old ADORES this book! And it only has one crinkly spot (the blanket when you play peek-a-boo with the baby).

  3. Sarah says:

    The taggies books aren’t as far as I remember. My son has Sweet Dreams and it is not crinkly at all. And Pat the Bunny isn’t crinkly but it has the hanging bunny which could get eaten or wrapped around a finger if you aren’t watching.

  4. Emily says:

    Another great, non-crinkly one is Little Panda, by Kimberly Ainsworth. (And it’s eco-friendly too.) My son sleeps with his every night. He also loved Kitty Tails (http://www.amazon.com/Kitty-Tails-Plush-Activity-Toy/dp/B003XNG8H0) when he was younger. Cute cats, plus lots of tails with different textures to grab and chew.

  5. Adrienne says:

    They aren’t exactly cloth books but we really like “indestructibles” http://www.indestructiblesinc.com/
    They look and feel like paper but are chew-proof and washable.

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