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    Thanks for the recommendations, I got the peter rabbit treasury for the 1yo (i couldn't find anything else that was a nice hard back book) and Imagine by Alison Lester for the 3yo.

    Some great suggestions, I'll definitely be getting eat peach pear plum for my dd if I can get my hands on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlasgowRose View Post
    Thanks for the recommendations, I got the peter rabbit treasury for the 1yo (i couldn't find anything else that was a nice hard back book) and Imagine by Alison Lester for the 3yo.

    Some great suggestions, I'll definitely be getting eat peach pear plum for my dd if I can get my hands on it.
    I love Alison Lester! Good choice.

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    Subbing, my kids are in desperate need of some new books


 

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