Top 10 books to read your toddler

The Tiger Who Came To Tea
The Tiger Who Came To Tea by Judith Kerr is a wonderful story of Sophie who is just sitting down to tea with her Mum, as the door bell rings, and they wonder who could it be? They certainly don't expect to see a large furry tiger.This is definitely a 'can we read it again' story book with gorgeous illustrations and a beautiful simple story. Generation after generation love.
 
Guess How Much I Love You?
Guess how much I love you? by Sam McBratney is the wonderful story of Little Nutbrown Hare who wants to show big Nutbrown Hare how much he loves him and tries in many ways to prove it. But big Nutbrown can always stretch that little bit further, or hop that little bit higher. It's a touching story that kids love to hear again and again, as Little Nutbrown triumphantly announces he loves Big Nutbrown "all the way to the moon" knowing that this is a long way, he settles to bed. Big Nutbrown whispers that he loves him "all the way to the moon and back".
Wheres Spot?
Where's Spot? by Eric Hill tells the story of mother dog Sally who is looking for her puppy, Spot, becuase it's dinner time. She searches high and low and finds many different animals before she happens upon her own puppy. A gorgeous flip book that will keep toddlers entertained, tapping into the much loved hide and seek theme.
Thats not my ...
There are so many books available in this range that was produced by Usborne bookgs, that there will be something to suit every child, including That's not my kitten, That's not my elephant, That's not my tractor, That's not my baby, That's not my Santa. The list is endless. These board books are fun and interactive with glossy pages that each have something different to feel and interactive with. Mum and toddlers love.
Tales from Acorn Wood
Tales from Acorn Wood by Julia Donaldson. This is a gorgeous range of books including Rabbit's Nap, Postman Bear and Hide and Seek Pig. They have extra thick pages especially designed for toddlers' hands with lift the flap feature and a rhyming text that toddlers love.
Toes, Ears & Nose
Toes, Ears & Nose! by Marion Dane Bauer. A beautiful lift-the-flap book, is a wonderful introduction to body parts for little ones. Bright and colourful illustrations, this board book is the perfect story time read with great interactive elements.
Curious George at the Zoo
Curious George at the Zoo by H.A. Rey is a simple story book, with Curious George and the man with the yellow hat visiting the zoo. George gets himself into mischief but does come out the better in the end. A sweet and classic tale for toddlers.
Goodnight Moon
Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown. This is a fantastic bedtime story, as the little bunny gently bids goodnight to everything in the room including "to the picture of the three little bears sitting in chairs, to the clocks and his socks, to the mittens and the kittens, to everything one by one—he says goodnight".
The Runaway Bunny
The Runaway Bunny, Margaret Wise Brown. Since its publication in 1942 this book has never been out of print, a true classic from Margaret Wise Brown. The young bunny wants to run away, but it's mother says she "will run after you. For you are my little bunny". A wonderful book that delights toddlers and remains a favourite for generataions.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. A colourful book that toddlers love, with holes through the pages to show what the very hungry caterpillar is eating. This board book is a great learing tool with numbers and days of the week, as well of course tracing the transformation from caterpiillar to beautiful butterfly.
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