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

alwayslateforwork Sat 09-Mar-13 15:49:12

Charlie cook's favourite book

In fact, anything by julia Donaldson, there are zillions, loads mentioned above. Romm on the broom was the outstanding favourite here by miles and miles.

Commotion in the ocean.

Farmyard Hullaballoo

Rumble in the jungle

Any of the duck books

Mine, at 13, 11 and 9, can still recite pretty much the entire books mentioned because they were read them so much at 2.

Fairyloo Sat 09-Mar-13 15:53:54

Chocolate mousse for greedy goose

2beornot Sat 09-Mar-13 15:56:51

Have just ordered room on the broom and duck in the truck. I think I'll look into Hairy McLairy next month (or at the library).

Thank you all very much!!!!

LizzieVereker Sat 09-Mar-13 15:57:06

That's not my ... Series

Not Now Bernard. That's fan.

MustTidyUpMustTidyUp Sun 10-Mar-13 01:33:09

OP I have a couple of extra copies of books that we've loved (peace at last, hungry caterpillar, duck in the truck, maybe the gruffalo? I am happy to send them to you if you would like them. Brand new - think I got them as duplicate presents or maybe book start. . PM me.

Turnipsoup Sun 10-Mar-13 01:36:55

Kiss Goodnight Sam- not rhyming but lots of repitition and a lovely bedtime story.

Clawdy Mon 11-Mar-13 12:11:03

Probably already said,but The Elephant and the Bad Baby has a wonderful repeating,building up chorus. And Shark in the Park.

MrsMarigold Mon 11-Mar-13 12:15:37

We are going on a bear hunt
Slinky Malinkey

cityangel Mon 11-Mar-13 23:04:43
cityangel Mon 11-Mar-13 23:06:01

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kipper-Story-Collection-Kippers-Birthday/dp/0340746769/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1363043143&sr=1-1

Definitely the Emily Gravett and Eric Carle books (and try Baby Bear, Baby Bear What Do You See? by EC too).

Also, Peepo (J & A Ahlberg), The Tiger Who Came To Tea (J.Kerr), and The Pig in the Pond (M.Waddell) are good for rhymes/repetition.

vespalover Mon 11-Mar-13 23:17:21

Definitely Toddle Waddle

ThePathanKhansAmnesiac Mon 11-Mar-13 23:21:30

Aww Duck in a Truck, loved that book.

What shall we do with the Boo-
Hoo baby? is great as well.

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