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    My toddlers love 'That's not my' books (they love to touch and feel the pictures etc) are HUGE fans of 'Fancy Nancy' books and the usual classics like 'Hungry Caterpillar', 'Time for Bed', 'Koala Lou', 'Where is the green sheep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    I think I'm going to have to take my own preferences in here too lol, they are kinda ready (or I am?) for more story type ones with more words etc. Gruffalo and Stroogle remain favourites.. I know those ones off by heart lol
    Have a look at the 'Fancy Nancy' ones, they are ones I actually enjoy reading!

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    Yep they will be totally ready for those types of books, my DS has loved the Grufallo and Monkey Puzzle and all those Julia Donaldson books for ages. He also really loves all the old Shirley Hughes ones, the Alfie and Annie Rose books. Loves the illustrations. Anything a bit more lyrical, poetry and rhymes etc i find toddlers just adore. Commotion in the ocean, Rumble in the Jungle, the old Moomin books (not the pukey try hard new school Moomin), which are really very long but so much fun to read and listen to. Also Graeme Base, the Sign of the Seahorse etc. And Pamela Allen is great fun too. We are also loving the new Oliver Jeffers, "Stuck".

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    The wonkey donkey!!!

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    would it be wrong to revisit book depository for another splurge

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    Wow! I've never seen the Book Depository before! I suppose I could buy a few more Christmas presents for DS... Are these books new?

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    yep penny you must take a look! all new. not sure if they'll get here before christmas? better check thst. Still plenty of time though I s uppose.

    Let me know if you find anything good

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    Anything by Lynley Dodd.
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    I loved Maurice Gee and Phillip Pullman, both about an alternate world, so adolescent/teen fantasy.

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    DD loves Dear Zoo too
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    Her new favourite is The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
    Ohh and Spot books too.


 

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