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    Dd has so many books but her favourites around that age were Hairy McClary, Scattercat, Where is the green sheep?, The hungry little caterpillar, Dear Zoo, Guess how much i love you - just to name a few!

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    My one year old is obsessed with Where is the Green Sheep? We read it constantly, and he spends a lot of time 'reading' it himself. He also has recently got into The Very Hungary Caterpillar, Peepo, Its' Time for Bed and Hello Baby!

    My all time fave is The Magic Faraway Tree. I still read it probably once a year

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    Quote Originally Posted by AANGELZZZ View Post
    A really old classic which is awesome is Enid Blytons magic faraway tree! Really good, fun, wholesome reading for young kids.


    Mum of a beautiful 2.5 year old little girl & 1 Angel Baby -August 2011 x
    Thanks for reminding me! Does your 2.5 year old like them? My daughter is 4, she might like them, although would have to see with lack of visual stimulation!

    Fancy Nancy books for girls are quite sweet, Maisy books for little ones

    Most absolute favourite book ever in this house (my near 5 year old still loves it - baby's catalogue)!

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    Arnold the prickly Teddy
    the bush jumper
    baby boom sticks
    the boy on the bus
    koala lou
    sunshine
    the family book
    willbee the bumblebee
    the wonkey donkey

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    These are just a few my children love. My MIL is a long time school teacher and buys all the fantastic books that her children at school love for my kids all the time (We have a library)

    *Tiger wood (my sons favourite)
    *Imagine *Clive Eats Alligators (Alison Lester)
    * Herbert & Harry * The pear in the pear tree (Pamela Allen - all her books are awesome)
    * Willbee the Bumblebee *Bushranger Bill (Scholastic books again fantastic)
    *My friend Whale (very educational on protecting the whale and just beautiful) by Simon James
    *Love you forever (robert munsch) BEST BOOK IN THE WORLD!!! My mother read this to me and i read it to mine. Just so special!

    Most penguin books are good aswell. If you want more suggestions let me know I have heaps lol

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    Hairy Maclary
    Little Red riding hood
    The terrible wild grey hairy thing


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    Hard to narrow down to just a few but here goes:

    Hug (I love that book!)
    Wonky Donkey
    Diggingest Dog
    We're going on a Bear Hunt
    Tootle (ds loves it, I'm NOT a fan)
    The Sleep Book (Dr Suess)

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    As a preschool teacher and a book lover I love too many children's books
    Faves though

    Where the wild things are
    Hungry caterpillar
    Actually I love most Eric carle books
    Hairy mclary
    Mem fox books - possum magic green sheep and hattie and the fox
    Pamela Allen books particularly grandpa and Thomas, cuthberts babies, where's the gold
    Alison lesister books - I love all the ones Tessa snaps snakes, cloves eats aligators, Ernie dances the digrido
    There's a sea in my bedroom
    There's a hippo on our roof eating cake and the other five books in the series
    Fergus the ferry and the rest of series
    Wombat stew
    Jez albrough books - its the bear, where's my teddy, etc
    Hanadas suprise and the 2nd book

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    Thanks everyone, I've got a great list now! Hmm where to find them with all these book stores closing down (such a travesty!). As a PP mentioned, the post office does have some classics at great prices. I bought a mem
    Fox pack for only $10!
    The wonky donkey, green sheep ans bear hunt sound like hits, might have to go looking for those first

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braxtonsmummy View Post
    Wonkey donkey!!!
    It's a big hit that book.


 

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