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    Default What books do your children love (toddlers/pre schoolers)?

    Please recommend me some books to read to my 3 year old daughter.

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    Anything with bottoms or undies are currently a pleaser in our house. We have some pop up/lift the flap books called "what colour are your undies" and "the bottom book". Whilst they sound crazy they talk about colours etc and give both my kids a giggle

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    The Very Cranky Bear
    Where is the Green Sheep
    We're Going on a Bear Hunt
    Penguin
    Diary of a Wombat
    Click Clack Moo: Cows that type (other similar titles by this author)
    Hairy Maclairy (sp?) series

    Will try and think of some more

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    My ds loves the hairy maclary books
    I just ordered one of those books, it hasn't arrived yet, good to know I am on the right track

    Thanks

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    My girls love

    Sausage went for a walk
    The hungry caterpillar
    Any "grug" book
    Hairy Maclary
    Any "Dr Seuss" book

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    DD loves the Play School books - they have different themes.

    She liked Grug when we borrowed it from the library.

    Can't think of anything else, she's gone off reading at the moment which is odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    My girls love

    Sausage went for a walk
    The hungry caterpillar
    Any "grug" book
    Hairy Maclary
    Any "Dr Seuss" book
    ooh - haven't heard of 'Sausage went for a walk', will have to see if the library has it.

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    Peter Pan is DS favourite plus Snow White, 101 dalmations and the disney Cars books are night time regulars ( he is 2.5)

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    Any of the Hairy Maclary series, The Very Cranky Bear, Wonky Donkey, The Lorax, Oh The Places You'll Go, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut and anything about dinosaurs.

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    DD (nearly 3) likes:

    The Gruffalo
    Tabby McTat
    Oh the Places You'll Go
    Good Night Sleep Tight
    Meg and Mog
    We're Going on a Bear Hunt
    Good Night Moon
    Anything Pamela Allen

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