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    Default Favourite children's books

    Oh something else to check out 'goodnight stories for rebel girls'

    It has 100 influential women in history all beautifully illustrated and aimed at shifting the stereotype that little kids so often read in stories. I'm so excited to read it to my DD. I've ordered them for all the little girls in the family for xmas.

    They're being published in September and are available for preorder now l
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    DS9 loved and still loves reading his Thomas the tank engine books I think they have around 30 of them in the collections. Now they are currently reading Paul Jennings books which he discovered in op shops

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    Being an ex childcare worker I LOVE LOVE LOVE children's books. My favourite is Monkey Puzzle which has already been mentioned. Its so hard to think off the top of my head but some of my daughters (and mine) favourites include

    Where is the green sheep.
    The little mouse the red ripe strawberry and the big hungry bear.
    How does a dinosaur say goodnight.
    I don't want a posh dog.
    Wacky Wednesday.
    I'll teach my dog 100 words.
    The very grumpy bear.
    Edward the emu and Edwina the emu.

    I don't know the authors sorry. There's probably heaps more but thats all I got off the top of my head.


 

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