DD (2.5) loves:
The Gruffalo and Gruffalo's Child
Where Is The Green Sheep
Time For Bed
Spot books (lift the flap)
The Tiger Who Came to Tea
The Playschool nursery rhyme books
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17-05-2013 20:48 #11
17-05-2013 20:54 #12Senior Member
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The hungry caterpillar
Walter the farting dog
Can you tell my DD has the same sense of toilet humour as her dad?
17-05-2013 21:05 #13
Any Hairy Maclairy books, We're going on a Bear Hunt, Where is the Green Sheep?, Hattie and the Fox, The Very Cranky Bear, Possum Magic, The Rainbow Fish and The Gruffalos Child are 2 year old DSs favourites. He also likes the Grug books and Mr and Mrs Men
17-05-2013 22:38 #14Senior Member
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Dd (nearly 3) loves a lot of the ones already mentioned- she also likes spot books (we got a box set of pop up ones for her), disney princess books and her favourite that we read every night before bed is 'when dragons are dreaming'.
if your looking for a beautifully illustrated bedtime book I really reccomend it
18-05-2013 07:42 #15
Oh my DD LOVES Hairy Maclary!
18-05-2013 07:46 #16
Most of their favourites have been mentioned.
I personally love 'The Yawning Game'. It's my secret weapon if they aren't looking sleepy enough at bed time.
18-05-2013 11:11 #17
Who sank the boat. I've read it so many times that if I'm away for a night I can 'read' it to ds2 over the phone
Both boys like possum magic.
Pretty much anything by Mem Fox or Pamela Allen.
18-05-2013 11:12 #18Senior Member
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Thank you for the replies. I have ordered some of the books that have been suggested above
18-05-2013 11:28 #19
Books that had rhymes tended to be popular with DD at that age. Some of the Pamela Allen books, Dr Seuss etc. Mr Men and Grug were also popular at about age 4.
Usually books that weren't too long with not too much writing on each page, but with lots of pictures, seemed to win her over.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar always does well... she likes it even now, and she's nearly 8 and spends a lot of time reading Roald Dahl books on her own... she still loves that damn caterpillar. lol.
18-05-2013 13:49 #20
Maisy books are popular here.
I HIGHLY recommend "edwina the emu". It's great and has a great metre and rhyme to it.
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