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Recommendations for book with chapters for 3yo bedtime

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MilesHuntsWig Sat 18-Jul-15 22:27:52

Sorry, not an eloquent title, very tired.

I'm going to start mixing up bedtime to include some stand alone stories and some episodic parts of larger stories to try to get DD more excited about books.

Any recommendations? I was thinking Enid Blyton, DH things the Wizard of Oz (worried this might be complex and a bit creepy but his call). Very open to other suggestions. She is 3 and a half.

Twistedheartache Sat 18-Jul-15 22:31:22

Winnie the Pooh is the only thing I've tried so far with DD1 who's 4 & she enjoyed it but liked to repeat chapters still for familiarity.
Watching with interest though coz thinking of doing the same

PlayingHouse Sat 18-Jul-15 22:49:26

The owl who was afraid of the dark.
Amelia Jane series
Dilly Dinosaur

MilesHuntsWig Mon 20-Jul-15 20:04:33

Had thought about Winnie the Pooh fab and love the owl who was afraid of the dark. Think I've got that one somewhere! Thanks!

Ausflug Mon 20-Jul-15 20:16:21

My naughty little sister
Teddy Robinson
Clever Polly and the Stupid Wolf

MyraForum Mon 20-Jul-15 20:19:21

Milly molly mandy
The Jamie and Angus stories

PlayingHouse Mon 20-Jul-15 20:19:28

Second Teddy Robinson

HiawathaDidntBotherTooMuch Mon 20-Jul-15 20:22:54

Fantastic mr fox is a chapter book and one of the milder Roald Dahl books

MilesHuntsWig Mon 20-Jul-15 21:49:12

Thanks everyone, some lovely suggestions!

BikeRunSki Mon 20-Jul-15 21:53:43

YY to My Naughty Little Sister, ds (6) and dd (3) really enjoying this series at the mo.
I read DS Charlie and the Chocolate Factory when he had chicken pox when he was nearly 4.

OldRoan Mon 20-Jul-15 21:56:37

The owl who was afraid of the dark is part of a little series - I read them to my KS1 class who love them; I think they would be ok in small chunks for a 3 year old's bedtime.
You can find them if you google Jill Tomlinson set (they have titles like "The cat who wanted to go home").

TwinTum Mon 20-Jul-15 22:01:01

The magic faraway tree and my naughty little sister were the first chapter books we did. Both fab!

emmaMBC Tue 21-Jul-15 09:27:31

Try the Claude series by Alex T Smith, plus the Dixie O'Day series from Shirley Hughes.

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