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Building Baby's First Library: 25 Must-Have Books

Guess How Much I Love You, Sam McBratney, Anita Jeram. Very sweet book about two rabbits competing to say who loves the other the most.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Judith Kerr. One of my fave books when I was little.

Buy The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr. This is a classic children's book about a tiger who visits Sophie's house at tea time and eats all the food, forcing them out to supper.

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A luscious childhood: Beautiful books for children

The Gruffalo's Child - Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

Fishpond Australia, The Gruffalo's Child by Axel Scheffler (Illustrated ) Julia Donaldson. Buy Books online: The Gruffalo's Child, ISBN Axel Scheffler (Illustrated by) Julia Donaldson

The Jolly Postman - Janet & Allan Ahlberg

The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters - Janet Ahlberg Favourite ever kids book!

What the Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson.  My preschoolers current favourite book - she loves the animals making the wrong noises and that the "baddies don't get away with it".

With all the mooing and hissing, and baaing and clucking, the farmyard is full of noise. But when Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len hatch a plot to steal the fine prize cow, it's the quietest animal of all who saves the day!

Children's Book - Tales From Acorn Wood: Postman Bear by Julia Donaldson

Tales From Acorn Wood: Postman Bear: Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler. Really fun, short story with a lift the flap on every page.

Monkey Puzzle (Book) by Julia Donaldson, et al. (2000): Waterstones.com

Monkey Puzzle - Julia Donaldson, Axel Sheffler, Macmillan, 32 Pages, Paperback. Can butterfly help little monkey find his mum? Only after he and leads him to all sorts of animals!

Toddle Waddle:Amazon.co.uk:Books

Hurry scurry, flip flop, toddle waddle—there's a hullabaloo at the seaside when a toddler takes his friends on a stroll to the end of the pier


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