The first book children enrolled in the program are mailed is The Little Engine That Could. After this introductory title, they are sent a new, age-appropriate book each month until the month they turn five. Representative titles are listed below. The very last book is Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!
Children born in 2021 receive books that are bright, with big drawings, and colorful. Some are board books, but all are simple, easy to use, with minimal text.
|Baby! Talk!||Pudgy Pat-a-Cake Book|
|*Baby Sounds||I Love You, Spot|
|Look at the Animals||Pudgy Book of Mother Goose|
|*I Love My Mommy Because||Llama Llama Hide & Seek|
|Pudgy Peek-a-boo Book||Who Says Quack?|
|Sassy: Bedtime for Baby||Night-Night Forest Friends|
Children born in 2020 receive books that have repetition and predictability. Some show children doing familiar things. Others teach about colors, letters or numbers.
|Vehicles (Picture Show)||Llama, Llama Red Pajama|
|The Home Builders||Little Poems for Tiny Ears|
|Sassy: Let’s Count||*Sassy: Baby’s First Words|
|Good Morning Farm Friends||*I Love My Daddy Because|
|Good Night, Gorilla||Where Is Your Nose?|
|Corduroy: Shapes||Sleep Tight with the Very Hungry Caterpillar|
Children born in 2019 receive books that help them understand feelings and resolve issues. Some books may have no words and they can create their own story.
|Just Like My Brother||Shh! Bears Sleeping|
|Sleep Train||One Leaf, Two Leaves, Count with Me!|
|* I Hear a Pickle||Just Like My Brother|
|Squeak!||There’s a Hole in the Bottom of the Lake|
|Little Excavator||Red House, Tree House, Little Bitty Brown Mouse|
|Play With Me||I Am a Rainbow|
Children born in 2018 receive books that are more complex and feature the diversity of others. There are nursery rhymes, poems, and lots of good humor.
|Police Officers on Patrol||Play with Clay|
|*Baby Builders||*Snowy Day|
|My Dog Laughs||The Three Little Pigs|
|The Rabbit Listened||A Story for Small Bear|
|Goodnight, Numbers||Max & the Tagalong Moon|
|Hair Love||*Families Belong|
Children born in 2017 receive books with more details (hero, complication, resolution) and show that it is okay to be different. Some are funny and playful.
|Milo’s Hat Trick||*Brick by Brick|
|Find Fergus||Goldilocks and The Three Bears|
|When the Storm Comes||Llama Llama Loves to Read|
|Raccoon on His Own||The Beach Is Loud!|
|The Ring Bearer||*Coat of Many Colors|
|The First Strawberries||The Night Is Yours|
Children born in 2016 receive folk tales, non-fiction science books, rhymes and poetry. Other stories address school preparation and readiness.
|Violet the Pilot||Old Rock (is not boring)|
|Spend It!||Daniel Finds a Poem|
|*Blue Sky White Stars||Last Stop on Market Street|
|At Mountain’s Base||First Day Critter Jitteries|
|*My Papa Has a Motorcycle||The Tale of Peter Rabbit|
|Max Explains Everything: Soccer Expert|
*Bilingual English/Spanish Title