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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfornumber2 View Post
    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
    Uk book depository online store
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    I have worked in Childcare so have so many books I love but here are few:
    The gruffalo
    Sam I am
    The very itchy bear
    The very angry bear
    Down the back of the chair
    Five minutes peace (all parents can relate to this book so it's a bit of a giggle for mum)
    Counting on frank
    Monkey puzzle
    I won't say please
    Please dont chat to the bus driver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfornumber2 View Post
    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
    Big w has a great range of a lot of these books mentioned and they have good sales

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    Op make sure you get the wonky donkey with the cd, it's the song that makes it hilarious, an absolute crack up lol.
    oh and I second nick bland as an author, and graham base of course.

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    Charlie and Lola books, Dr Seuss, we have so many I can't name them all but we have most of the books sold at the post office. We're up to Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, that type of thing now.

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    I have been reading my daughter some cheapie classics (Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan etc) but would love to get her some better books. I have just ordered Wonky Donkey from the book depository as it has been mentioned several times! Looking forward to receiving it now! Anywhere we can find the song online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladybugblue84 View Post
    I have been reading my daughter some cheapie classics (Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan etc) but would love to get her some better books. I have just ordered Wonky Donkey from the book depository as it has been mentioned several times! Looking forward to receiving it now! Anywhere we can find the song online?
    I have never seen the book without the cd. We had the toy too, but the dog ate it.

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    I can't believe no one has mentioned aliens love underpants!!! DS loves it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladybugblue84 View Post
    I have been reading my daughter some cheapie classics (Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan etc) but would love to get her some better books. I have just ordered Wonky Donkey from the book depository as it has been mentioned several times! Looking forward to receiving it now! Anywhere we can find the song online?
    You tube it ... The little animation is hilarious


 

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