The Best NYC Books for Babies

Here are the best New York City Books for Babies!


The city that never sleeps is perfect subject matter for babies who need to sleep! These endearing baby and toddler books are a wonderful way to incorporate reading into your daily routine while learning about the Big Apple.

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New York City is such a unique and special city. Although I’m more of a wide-open-spaces-girl now, I am still pulled in by the sprawl of Manhattan.

Some of my favorite memories growing up are going to Macy’s on 34th to see Santa and Central Park in the fall. My daughter hasn’t been to the city yet, but we plan on going soon! The close proximity to Long Island makes New York City an easy day trip or add-on when leaving the Island.

I know that my daughter will love looking up at the skyscrapers and taking in all that the city has to offer. From the smells to the sounds to the endless forms of transportation, New York City is a little kids dream!


Whether you already live in Manhattan or plan to visit soon, expose your little one to the magic and grandeur of the city through these books!

There Are No Sheep in New York City! by Aiden Adams

My Little Cities: New York by Jennifer Adams

Night-Night New York City by Katherine Sully

NYC ABCs by Mr. Boddington’s Studio

Good Night New York City by Adam Gamble

Hello, World: New York by Ashley Evanson

New York, Baby! by Ward Jenkins

New York Baby by Puck

My First Book of New York by Ingela P. Arrhenius


Have you ever visited New York City? If not, do you hope to someday?

Let me know below!

O.

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