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    Default Books for 2-3yo

    I am a bit obsessed with buying books for DS but want some new ideas.

    We have

    5 That's not my......
    several Sandra Boynton titles
    the very hungry caterpillar
    green as a bean
    one clucky hen
    duck
    a peppa pig book
    a Raa Raa the Lion book
    4 Giggle and Hoot titles
    No matter What
    Rudie Nudie
    The Wonky Donkey
    Little Teds big adventure
    Playschool Party time
    Various ABC/ colour/ body parts/opposites books
    and today I went a bit crazy on the book depository and bought him
    My truck is stuck!
    I Love you through and through
    Tip Tip Dig Dig
    Little Charley Bear: Up in the air
    Noni the pony

    So what does your toddler love that I can add to my wish list to buy later

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    My lil boy has his own bookcase (two actually small one in his room and bigger one in lounge) haha myself nor his granma can help ourselves.

    There is lots of spot, noddy (bit painful to read) thomas, cars, winnie the pooh, Millie series, Oliver finds his way, disney books, Farm/Tractor flip up book, dinosaurs love underpants, paddington....there are lots more

    The library is fantastic for checking out new books before you buy

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    oh and Aussie Xmas ones! had to read that every night for a year or so, still know the damn thing off by heart lol

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    'Who's in the loo?'. It's hilarious AND educational.

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    We have so many books! DS is 2.5. I couldn't name them l. We have most on your list. A favourite of ours at bedtime is Ten little fingers and Ten little Toes (Mem Fox) it is the sweetest book. I like underpants, thunderpants DS isnt a huge fan. We also love the Tbat's not my...series. Like 'that's not my car'and 'that's not my truck'. I adore reading and he can already recognise words and letters. I attribute it to us having story time each night. Mind you, I like to stop at maybe 5 a night. Tonight we had 8!!

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    Mine LOVES

    The very cranky Bear & The very itchy bear by Nick Bland

    Just like my dad by David Melling

    Grug - various

    The Night Night Book by Marianne Richmond

    Crazy Caterpillars by Sue Whiting & Stuart Martin

    Ten little fingers and ten little toes by Mem Fox & Helen Oxenbury

    I went walking by Sue Williams

    My first potty book

    But not the hippopotamus & The going to bed book by Sandra Boynton

    Various Hairy Maclary titles but especially Hat Tricks.

    Where is the green Sheep by Mem Fox

    Plus anything with a truck, car or train in it!

    Also loves books with just pictures of animals.

    We have loads more but these are the ones repeatedly requested!


    Some on my wish list for him are:

    I am a big brother
    There's a house inside my mummy
    New Baby
    Nobody owns the moon
    Little Lion
    Rudie Nudie
    Click clack moo cows that type
    Quackety quack

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    Love You Forever
    Clive Eats Alligators
    Dr Seuss
    See You Later Alligator
    Sebastian Lives in a Hat
    Hairy McLairy
    Who Sank the Boat?
    Where The Wild Things Are
    I Love You Stinky Face
    Fire Engine is Flashing
    Dig, Dig, Digging
    Where's Mum?

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    These threads always make me order even more books for him!!

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