Baby Books About Art

Best Baby Books About Art

June 29, 2016

Best Baby Books About Art

Best Baby Books About Art
These completely baby-friendly books  (including biographies of famous artists) will introduce your child to the joys of creativity at an early age.Best Baby Books About Art

Exploring the fascinating lives of famous artists, explaining historical art movements in kid-friendly ways, and introducing children to the simple joys of artmaking, these books will help your little one grow up full of creativity.

These pictures are especially selected to help babies begin to recognize pictures and connect with the world around them.

Art for Baby


Introduce your baby to world-famous artists like Degas, Matisse, Monet, and Van Gogh.

Mini Masters Box Set


Fold-out booklets featuring the colors red, blue, green, and yellow: no text, but the pictures do the talking.

Color for Baby


A book about a child who thinks she’s not creative, then finds her hidden talent. A great inspirational message.

The Dot


One of the most compelling books ever written about the power of imagination. Harold is more than an artist: he is a creator of worlds! Just right for the future artist in your family.

Harold and the Purple Crayon Board Book


A Dr. Seuss book with unfinished drawings your little one can complete. Your child will love being the illustrator of their own book!

I Can Draw It Myself, By Me, Myself


A biography of the famous artist Matisse that is totally accessible to toddlers.

Henri's Scissors


This book not only introduces your child to the world’s most famous art treasures, but teaches your child to ask good questions about art.

The Art Book for Children


Reveals the inner life of a famous Mexican painter with a series of pictures (it’s light on the text, making it easier for younger readers).

Viva Frida


This gorgeous biography of an artist who “sees life differently” encourages children to be creative and value their individuality.

Through Georgia's Eyes


This book will teach your baby a few words of English, French, Spanish, and German–with a touch and feel surprise at the end.

Pop Art Baby


These high-contrast images engage and excite even three-month-old babies.

Spots and Dots


This heartwarming story teaches your child that having fun with art is more important than being a perfectionist.

Ish (Creatrilogy)


To the tune of “It Ain’t Gonna Rain No More,” one creative kid floods his world with color, painting first the walls, then the ceiling, then himself… much to his parent’s wrath.

I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More


When Tommy gets to school and finds out that the art lessons are full of “rules,” he is surprised and dismayed, but eventually finds freedom to create within the bounds of the rules. Based on the artist’s own childhood!

The Art Lesson


The Best Baby Books About Art

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