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20-07-2012 20:45 #11
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20-07-2012 21:48 #13
The Gruffalo sound book is fantastic! Dh and ds both love it!
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20-07-2012 22:00 #14
Anything by Pamela Allen (my son used to call her "my Pam Allen", and we've read them all sooooooo many times. )
The Ravenous Beast
Anything by Lynley Dodd
Quack (can't remember the author and I'm away from home, but it begins "Mother duck calls, quack, quack, quack. Ducklings hatching, crack, crack, crack)
Not the hippopotamus by Sandra Boynton
The Spooky Old Tree and Bears in the Night (and probably any other Berenstain Bears books you can lay hands on!)
Going on a Bear Hunt
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
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20-07-2012 22:32 #15
Our all time favourites are
The Magic Hat by Mem Fox
The Ravenous Beast by Niamh Sharkey
They are both great books that you can read over and over again and you an really involve the kids.
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20-07-2012 23:08 #16Member
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The Gruffalo (a favourite!)
Spot lift the flap books
Guess how much I love you
Where is the green sheep
Thomas the tank engine
Hairy maclary series
We go to our local library for variety but like to buy some favourites for home too
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21-07-2012 07:56 #17Senior Member
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Your library may have a 'rhyme time' or similiar too. These are usually free activities with stories, and singing.
in SA they have the 'little big book club' with suggestions of books for each age group.
We love: the wonky donkey
The cranky and itchy bear, there is a new one too
The very hungry caterpillar is a classic
Mem fox - Where is the green sheep, time for bed
Some of these may be a bit 'old' but they are classic stories and you will have them for years. We have had some 'Spot' books since DS was born and he loves them still at 4.
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21-07-2012 14:14 #18
Have started a list of all these suggestions and will definitely be checking out our library to see if we find them there!
So glad I posted here, such a wealth of knowledge!
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