Moo, Baa, La La La is one), but the simple silliness of Blue Hat, Green Hat makes it perfect for little readers. There are four characters in this book -- a moose, a bear, an elephant, and a turkey -- and each page features them wearing an item of clothing in different colors. Big as they are, the animals all seem to be able to manage getting hats on their heads and pants on their legs, but not the turkey! Try as he might, he gets it wrong every time. He stands in his hat, puts his pants on his head, wears his coat backwards... and when he finally does manage to dress himself properly, he commits the ultimate "oops" and jumps into the pool with all of his clothes on. My daughter loves the simple, bold illustrations and the brevity of this book (she's a speedy page-turner), and my son finds the turkey to be simply hilarious. In between the giggles and cries of "oops!", children also learn some of their colors and items of clothing, too. Sandra Boynton has a seemingly endless collection of board books that are particularly adored by toddlers, and this one gets an emphatic seal of approval from our littlest reader.