2 yo likes books with stories and repetitive lines - suggestions please!!!

(63 Posts)
2beornot Fri 01-Mar-13 17:56:01

Favourites are gingerbread man, three little pigs, three bears. We've also got gruffalo.

Any suggestions? I'm particularly looking for modern ones that I might not find otherwise.

TIA

googietheegg Fri 01-Mar-13 17:56:42

How about Each Peach Pear Plum - an oldie but a goodie!

Toddle Waddle - my 2.4 year old can recite the whole thing. It has a lovely rhythm. He also likes one called Busy Day.

idiot55 Fri 01-Mar-13 17:58:49

the hairy mclairey series are rhyming and lovely to read. not sure of my spelling

stargirl1701 Fri 01-Mar-13 17:59:03

You need Dr Seuss. Endless repetition, so many books! grin

41notTrendy Fri 01-Mar-13 17:59:43

Goodnight Moon was a favourite here when ds was that age. And Charlie Cook's favourite book.

The Fox in the Dark by Allison Green is wonderful.

PseudoBadger Fri 01-Mar-13 18:02:29

Moo, Baa, La La La
Apple Pear Orange Bear
Brown Bear Brown Bear

busyprocrastinating Fri 01-Mar-13 18:02:30

My dd loves Room on the Broom by the same people as the Gruffalo. It rhymes and has repetition. I can now read it with my eyes closed

Takver Fri 01-Mar-13 18:05:58

Duck in the Truck by Jez Alborough (I still remember dd shouting STILL STUCK at the end of every page and she is nearly 11 grin )

colditz Fri 01-Mar-13 18:06:22

All of the Dr Seuess

LittleButton Fri 01-Mar-13 18:07:07

room on the broom, the gruffalo's child

Wallace Fri 01-Mar-13 18:08:52
plentyofgrowingroom Fri 01-Mar-13 18:20:51

My Cat Likes To Hide In Boxes

2beornot Fri 01-Mar-13 18:26:03

Wow! Lots of suggestions. We buy her one a month, so will get through them all I'm sure!

Nonsensical Fri 01-Mar-13 18:26:07

What the Ladybird Heard - by Julia Donaldson and pics by Lydia Monk - fab!

breadandhoney Fri 01-Mar-13 18:33:05

A squash and a squeeze by Julia Donaldson.

Julia Donaldson's What the Ladybird Heard. Brilliant.

AvonCallingBarksdale Fri 01-Mar-13 18:38:39

All the Julia Donaldson ones - Monkey Puzzle, Smartest Giant In Town, I particularly like. Fix It Duck, Shark In The Park.

bamboobutton Fri 01-Mar-13 18:40:25

Mr Magnolia

I think I have read that to dd every night for the last 2 months!<twitch>

Blatherskite Fri 01-Mar-13 18:41:22

Again by Emily Gravett is one of my DD's (just 3) favourites and has repetitive lines. DD knows it so well now, she "reads" the agains smile

Anything by Julia Donaldson would work. Gruffalo, Gruffalo's Child, Room on the Broom, Squash and a Squeeze and What the Ladybird Heard are all big hits here.

Goldilocks and just the one Bear is a good one too if she already likes the original.

Blatherskite Fri 01-Mar-13 18:43:04

Oh and "Where's Fred" - DD loves that story!

LentilAsAnything Fri 01-Mar-13 18:44:57
Starfishkiss Fri 01-Mar-13 18:46:56

Definitely Duck in a Truck! My son loves shouting out the lines too!

MrsPear Fri 01-Mar-13 18:47:01

Peace at Last - ds 1 loves this book.

"oh no" says daddy bear (we changed this from Mr Bear) "i can't stand this"!

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