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Your child's favourite books to read

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marissab Mon 11-Mar-13 12:53:32

Our all time favourite "i want my potty" ! We return to it time and again.

JiltedJohnsJulie Sun 10-Mar-13 09:43:34

Dd is 5 and loves all of the Funnybones, You Choose, Mr Pusskins, Dr Seuss, don't let the pigeon drive the bus, all of Nick Sherratt and some of Julia Donaldson.

dikkertjedap Mon 04-Mar-13 22:18:05

All books by Julia Donaldson
Winnie the Witch
The Giant Jam Sandwich
The Talent Show
Princess Poppy
Amazing machines
Usborne Under the Ground, Under the Sea etc etc
Stories for Little Girls
Stories for Little Boys

Roald Dahl
Mr Majeika
Billionaire Boy
Mr Stink

There are so many lovely books for kids. smile

BakeryBuddies Mon 04-Mar-13 20:09:35

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MiddleAgeMiddleEngland Tue 19-Feb-13 20:32:12

Mine used to love 'The Dog That Dug' and 'The Cat That Scratched' at that age. Also the one about the duck - forgotten the name, sorry. They loved the rhyming text and all the detailed illustrations.

Also Jane Hissey's books if that's their sort of thing. Old Bear, Jolly Tall, Little Bear's Trousers, etc. I hope they're still in print.

Dogger - fantastic book. I once 'met' the real Dogger at an exhibition of Shirley Hughes's artwork - very moving blush

plantsitter Mon 18-Feb-13 22:55:25

DD (4) has just started really liking 'Fox in Socks'
Shirley Hughes stuff like 'Dogger'
Mick Inkpen stuff is funny (although I don't like the Wibbly Pig stuff much).

anonymosity Mon 18-Feb-13 22:48:41

Anything written by Maurice Sendak
Bog Baby
Clever Jack Takes the Cake
Beasty Story
Pinkilicious (and the variations on that)
Leif the Lucky
Robin Hood (graphic, comic-picture version)
Dr Seuss books - "one fish two fish red fish blue fish" for learners

etc etc

birdles Mon 18-Feb-13 18:02:49

Im looking for some picture/children's book recommendations for 4-6 year olds.. what are your/your childs favourites right now? smile

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