Fisher-Price Storybook Rhymes Musical Book

Last updated: July 1, 2023

Fisher-Price Storybook Rhymes Musical Book

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We looked at the top Musical Rhymes Books and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Musical Rhymes Book you should buy.

Overall Take

This musical toy book features the familiar Puppy & Sis Laugh & Learn pals and has light-up buttons that play six nursery rhymes and also teach numbers, words and more. Babies and toddlers have a lot to learn from this colorful, easy-to-carry book.

In our analysis, the Fisher-Price Storybook Rhymes Musical Book placed 4th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Musical toy book that features baby’s favorite Laugh & Learn pals, Puppy & Sis. Press the light-up buttons to hear songs and phrases that teach counting, first words, letters, numbers, shapes and more! Plays 6 classic nursery rhymes. Easy-grasp handle helps baby bring their favorite “read” along wherever they go. For babies and toddlers ages 6-36 months.


Musical rhyme books help facilitate sensory development and language skills in young children. They are great for teaching sounds, words, letters, numbers and more.

Look for books that that have simple pictures and bright colors, familiar songs, friendly characters and soft, clear and comforting voices. Books made from vinyl or soft cloth are especially nice, because little fingers love to grab at things as they use all their senses to explore books and toys.

Toddlers might prefer board books, which are heavier and made from plastic or wood. As your child grows beyond the toddler years, look for books that incorporate more interactive elements like buttons, plus more complex songs.

Most kids also love animals, so you can’t go wrong with a musical rhymes book that has friendly furry faces. Allow your kids to keep their favorite books with them, as they can become comforting, familiar items. They may spend more time playing with the books than reading them, but it’s a good start.

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