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Imogenannie Fri 06-Jan-17 21:14:40

For 16 month old dd
Has the that's not my .. books from usborne
A couple of sound books and pocket ones
Seems to be getting bored of them now though. Wondered if anyone had any recommendations for between this age and 2 year olds?

Lilaclily Fri 06-Jan-17 21:17:13

They love anything repetitive at that age so I'd get the Julia Donaldson ones, they'll love them for years to come, a squash and a squeeze is great as it's very rhyming, and room on a broom

Lilaclily Fri 06-Jan-17 21:18:54

I like this series too

www.amazon.co.uk/Babys-First-Slide-Animals-Books/dp/1409581284/ref=la_B001JSE74M_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1483737466&sr=1-10

Lilaclily Fri 06-Jan-17 21:20:03

And peek a book books are always a hit

www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_ime_i_1_4?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=peekaboo+books&sprefix=Peek%2Cstripbooks%2C170&crid=UY8G1KC4DWU0

You can't go wrong with Kipper by Mike Inkpen and the Peppa Pig books for when she gets into the cartoon

samcroreaper Fri 06-Jan-17 21:22:58

When DD was about 18 months she loved the acorn wood Julia Donaldson ones, they're lift the flap ones, there's 4 in the series
Hide & seek pig
Postman Bear
Fox's Socks
Rabbits Nap
They usually have them in Asda & Sainsbury's
She also like the little peppa pig & Thomas board books

Imogenannie Fri 06-Jan-17 21:23:55

Thanks for your replies. Is it not worth getting paperbacks yet, just stick with board books?

samcroreaper Fri 06-Jan-17 21:52:22

Well DD liked to turn the pages herself so board books were easier we did have paperbacks too but I tended to read those to her rather than with her if that makes sense

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