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    the giving tree is a fave here.

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    Oh there are some good ones here! I shall have to get Wonkey Donkey too!

    My DD loves Shhh Little Mouse by Pamela Allen (got it at the post office) and it makes me laugh to see her get soo excited/scared for the little mouse. Also I love Llama Llama Red Pyjama (Anna Dewdney).

    The faraway tree with the pictures sounds great, I shall have to keep an eye out for that one!
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    'The Giraffe, the Pelly and Me' is one that keeps getting picked here.

    I saw someone mention earlier 'Where is the Green Sheep?', dd2 adores that book.

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    Where is the green sheep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    Oh thank you so much MothersMilk! That's the one!

    Wow, I can't believe how old it is! I text my Mum to see if she still had our copy, but she said she threw it out along with the rest of our toys when all the kids moved out She's kicking herself now - those things are worth a fair fortune these days!
    Really? I've still got all my little golden books from the 70's/80's... Although I'm guessing they aren't worth a fortune with my name scribbled all over them. :P

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    Pamella Allen books!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissPoss View Post
    Really? I've still got all my little golden books from the 70's/80's... Although I'm guessing they aren't worth a fortune with my name scribbled all over them. :P
    I found Ukelele and Her New Doll listed for sale for $50, $180, $300 and $415. None of them were in extremely good condition, and I know at least one had the previous owner's name scrawled on the inside of the cover.

    I think it is only the ones that are out of print now that are worth anything decent.

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    I love these threads!

    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfornumber2 View Post
    Hmm where to find them with all these book stores closing down (such a travesty!).
    The best place without a doubt is your local library. Then if you don't like the book you just take it back, and if you love it you can borrow it again and again and again!! Best of all, it doesn't cost a cent.

    Another to add to the list - we're loving all books by Oliver Jeffers at the moment. My 3, 4 & 6 year old love him, his illustrations are gorgeous and great stories too.

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    Yeah most little golden books aren't worth anything but there are some that are worth a fair bit due to being out of print, rare titles or first editions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4fullstop View Post
    I love these threads! The best place without a doubt is your local library. Then if you don't like the book you just take it back, and if you love it you can borrow it again and again and again!! Best of all, it doesn't cost a cent.Another to add to the list - we're loving all books by Oliver Jeffers at the moment. My 3, 4 & 6 year old love him, his illustrations are gorgeous and great stories too.
    Oh my goodness, YES! My 2 year old walks around quoting 'the way back home' and i love stuck, too.Other faves: where the wild things are, tohby riddle, pamela allen, mo willems, the original moomin stories, the old alfie stories by shirley hughes, goodness i could go on all day


 
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