The "eyes" have it in this well-crafted first reader by Theo. LeSieg, better known as Dr. Seuss. In The Eye Book, a blue-eyed boy and a pink-eyed bunny see that their eyes can see many things from rings to strings! Whether a child is just discovering her eyes or is starting to read, he or she will want to "see" this book over and over again.
Tie-in Activity: Draw a simple face on a piece of paper and cover the eyes with two blocks. Ask your baby, "Where are the eyes?" and encourage her to remove the blocks. Or let your older child make a face collage on a paper plate, using different features clipped from magazines or newspapers.